Lift the ban on offroad motorcycle riding as exercise

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Currently, offroad motorcycle riding is banned as its not classed as exercise or essential. Motorcycle riding can be very healthy both physically and mentally for people. Mountain biking is permitted which holds about 90% of the practices of motorcycle riding but it hasnt been considered to be "non-essential"

Riding solo or with a friend or 2 is a great reliever ofstress and can help with what we are currently going through with the COVID-19 restrictions.

Allowing people to ride will not add any unwanted populous to common areas and will not affect people any further than what our current restrictions allow.

People who are travelling to and from an area for exercise whether it be walking or riding are having to visit shops to obtain supplements or equipment to use when they are exercising which is more than what is required to go for a ride legally in state forest for an hour or so. 

 

As a religious rider, I find that the use of my bike makes me feel better each week and also gives me a great physical workout.

We request that these bans be lifted on offroad motorcycle riding due to the personal benefits that are gained by the operator.