Figure I'd chime in.
I know that the trail you guys call Renegade was made by a moto for sure.
When we started to ride it we nicknamed it "Fire Hydrant" since there is a hydrant at the begining of the trail at the fire road end of it.
Funny you say "hikers inherit the earth" six seven. I remember when they started to designate and mark the trails in RSP for hiking, biking and horse riding. When we first saw the signs pop up we were like WTH we have been riding these trails for so long, now it's only for hiking!
I really dont mind sharing the park with the hikers/horse riders/moto.
It's getting the people to realize that certain trails can only suppport their respective activitiy.
Most of the trail designations and the loss of access for motos probably came down to insurance BS, and noise complaints. Eventually there will be a silent electric moto and MTBers will lust after them...the tides will turn...but thats a ways off I guess.
Hikers will always complain the most and will always have the biggest lobby, even if we don't see their numbers out on the trails. They have the weight of history on their side.
Nice avatar by the way.