phil wrote:Where would a bicycle with an electric motor fit in the scheme of things at Burning Man? Would that break the rule for powered vehicles? Would it matter if it's solar-powered?
jkisha wrote:For me it wasn't the peddling that was the problem, it was staying upright once you hit a soft spot.
jkisha wrote:Well, based on my observations this year I would be more for allowing electric assist bikes and banning scooters. The people I saw on scooters were always speeding and kicking up dust; seems the people with the electric bikes were more respectful of pedestrians and the playa in general.
with the built in battery packs, it would be easier to do some creative illuminating (sacrificing some range in the process).
Those should have door seals.ilmarinen wrote:
Also, having lots of non-DMV approved vehicles running around because they are DPW, Emergency, staff, etc., yet don't have any clear markings of such further creates confusion as to the rules.
I go 5mph, and, believe me, most people don't walk anything close to that. Maybe trot or jog, but not walk.Box Burner wrote:The speed limit for motorized vehicles in BRC is 5 miles per hour. The average person can walk that fast without any trouble.
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