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Awak Awak started mountain biking when the pandemic forced the restaurant where he worked to shut down. Carlos Moreno/KCUR 89.3 hide caption

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The Pandemic Pushed People Outside And Now, Some Companies Hope They Stay There

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An e-bike resembles a regular bicycle, with its batteries and electric motor integrated into the bike's frame. Enthusiasts see e-bikes on national park trails as a great thing, but some traditional riders and environmentalists see big problems ahead. Mark Arehart/WKSU hide caption

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National Parks Trying To Get A Handle On E-Bikes

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