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Bike Tourism

A legislative proposal by Senate President Scott Sales to slap a $25 tax on out-of-state bicyclists visiting Montana turns out to be a big joke, but it's going over like a lead ballon.
Corin-Cates-Carney

A legislative proposal to slap a $25 tax on out-of-state bicyclists visiting Montana received a lot of negative buzz over the past week. Turns out it was also a big joke. And it’s going over like a lead balloon with cycling advocates like Ginny Sullivan.

New bicycle campsights are coming to four Montana State Parks.
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Today Montana State Parks announced plans to construct group bicycle campsites at four state parks in western Montana.

Jim Sayer

Bicycle tourism is big money these days.
       In tonight's feature interview with Edward O'Brien, Jim Sayer talks about the economic benefits bicycle tourism holds for cities and counties interested in taking advantage of the sector's growing revenue potential.

Sayer's executive director of the Missoula-based Adventure Cycling Association, the largest bicycle advocacy membership organization in North America.
      Sayer says the concept of bike tourism doesn't always fit into a single definition.