Batteries on e-bikes can be set on different power levels to assist the rider.
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The Snowmass Police department is rolling out stricter dog leash and e-bike enforcement strategies over the last few weeks of summer, police chief Brian Olson said.
But this doesn’t mean if your dog doesn’t have a leash on or you’re riding an e-bike too fast on the paved trails you’re definitely getting a citation, Olson explained.
“It’s really the educational piece we want to focus on,” Olson said late last week. “Just the most egregious violations will get citations, everyone else will get a warning so we can track it. … If it’s your second or third warning, you’ll get a citation.”
Through greater police presence along Snowmass