Jim Schmid’s Trail Quote of the Day #127 – February 17, 2016

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Perhaps the key message that can be learned from the evolution of cycling trail access is the importance of personal responsibility. Following trail rules, respecting fellow trail users, and leaving no trace are the simple methods that will help assure the sport’s future.

—TIM BLUMENTHAL, Executive Director, International Mountain Bicycling Association, 1995


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Jim Schmid’s Trail Quote of the Day #60 – December 12, 2015

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Sandra-Schmid-mtn-biking-on-Elephant-Head-Trail-AZ-1991

You ask people why they’re adamant about banning cyclists from a particular trail and what it usually comes down to is they just don’t want to share. It’s preschool all over again.

—TIM BLUMENTHAL, Executive Director, International Mountain Bicycling Association, 1995


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Jim Schmid’s Trail Quote of the Day #23 – November 5, 2015

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Sandra-Schmid-mtn-biking-in-desert-Tucson-AZ-1991

Anyone who says that mountain bikers are always occupied with speed and precision doesn’t have a clue.

—TIM BLUMENTHAL, Executive Director, International Mountain Bicycling Association, 1995


Click to find over 2,000 additional Trail Quotes  arranged loosely into 60 subjects. I want the Trail Quotes to be a readable source for inspiring, challenging, and amusing information and knowledge; as well as a reliable, easy-to-use reference work for finding the precise wording, author, date, and source of the trail quotation.