Electric bikes, scooters, skateboards and "one-wheels" are increasingly popular. Regulations, however, have not kept up with the pace of technology. Complaints are on the rise as leaders try to figure out who goes where and how fast.
Frost Fire Park, west of Walhalla, North Dakota, was affected by flooding this spring that caused hundreds of thousands of dollars in damage to the park’s downhill mountain biking and ski trails. The park has a GoFundMe page with a goal of raising $50,000.
Now in its second season, the path was officially measured at 5.2 miles recently -- doubling in size from last year -- and Jared Olafson, one of its founders, said the town is eager for a fun winter on the ice again.