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    Id look real hard at an electric bicycle with peddle assist. No more wilderness restrictions. Im looking hard at one of those. Different story if your looking for a work hog though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hardstalk View Post
    Id look real hard at an electric bicycle with peddle assist. No more wilderness restrictions. Im looking hard at one of those. Different story if your looking for a work hog though.
    You can not use any wheeled machine in Federally designated wilderness, including bicycles and game carts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bitterroot Bulls View Post
    You can not use any wheeled machine in Federally designated wilderness, including bicycles and game carts.
    You are 100% correct.
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    No but you can use airplanes

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    Quote Originally Posted by xtreme View Post
    No but you can use airplanes
    You can use airplanes to fly to traditional airstrips that were in use prior to Wilderness designation.

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    Xtreme, I use my xr 600 for scouting and checking out new areas to hunt. The fastest 4 wheeler may be able to keep me in sight. For wilderness areas, I use the 4 legged variety.

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    Thanks for the info bb. I recall seeing signs that says no motorized transportation and after doing some research bicycles somehow fall into that category. Looks like my focus is changing to an ultralight. Some of those bikes cost the same as a ultralight thats hit the dirt a few times anyway
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    Quote Originally Posted by RUTTIN View Post
    Look at the Rokon's ( 2 wheel drive motorcycle) and see if they give you any ideas. I know they have gas containers built into the rims front and back, and they will go anywhere.
    Those are cool!

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    BKC, I have a soft spot for the xr600, I raced one in the Baja 1000. My current dualsport is a KTM 540 that Guy Cooper use to beat Ricky Carmichael to the first turn in one of the outdoor nationals. Rokons are neat, I have owned two, still not exactly what we need. That ultralite is very interesting.

 

 

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