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August 20, 2013 12:00 AM

Equestrians, mountain bikers tussle over Western States Trail access

As it turned out, it wasn't just horseback riders and hikers who had something against the Tahoe Sierra 100 endurance mountain bike race: Mother Nature, in the form of a wildfire, also had something to say.

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