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SACRAMENTO – No pads? No problem. As long as you’re wearing a helmet.

That’s the goal of Assemblywoman Lori Saldana, D-San Diego, who has introduced legislation to allow thrashers access to public skateboard parks even if they don’t have elbow and knee pads.

Turning away those who don’t don the safety equipmentment will just encourage rogue riding in the streets, risking more serious injuries, is Saldana’s point.

The measure, Assembly Bill 874, has a fan in Mark Takahashi, a San Diego attorney well-known in the area for his efforts on behalf of riders.

“Time and again the state’s pad requirement is enforced and skaters turned …  Details


A designated ATV trail is the solution to motorized vehicle problems facing the Town of Pelham, says a local all-terrain vehicle riders’ club.

Quad Niagara ATV Club president Gerry Stull, in a presentation to town council Monday, asked politicians to help create a network of trails for ATV use in Niagara.

Formed in July of 2008, the Quad Niagara ATV Club has about 40 local ATV enthusiasts aged 20 to 50, said Stull.

Quad Niagara is associated with the Ontario Federation of ATV Clubs, a provincial group bent on getting a network of ATV trails in the province.

“Currently, there are no legal trails in the region of Niagara…  Details

Those who say Mikey DeTemple surfs with all of his heart couldn’t be more precise.

The 25-year-old professional longboarder from Indian Harbour Beach, who recently underwent his third pacemaker replacement in seven years, will be back in the water this weekend at Shepard Park in Cocoa Beach seeking his third major title in the 45th Ron Jon Easter Surfing Festival.

“I owe everything for my surfing to technology,” said DeTemple, who two years ago qualified for the Oxbow World Longboard Championships in Anglet, France. “I’m doing good.”

Diagnosed with a third-degree heart blockage in which his ventricles lacked an electrical system contact, DeTemple had his first pacemaker implanted in 2002 in Miami… Details