Making New Bicycle Trails, Owl Creek Reservoir, Tamaqua, 7-26-2015 (8)
Volunteers pictured are, from left, Adam Kobach, Rich Stianche and Josh Holabura.

A number of bicycle enthusiasts are working to create a community bike trail at Owl Creek Reservoir in Tamaqua. Organizer Rich Stianche said they hope to be done the trail in the next month or so.
“We should have the additional trials open for walking hiking cycling with in a few weeks,” said Stianche. ” Spread the word about this beautiful area and hope to see you on the trails.” He added that they could always use volunteers.
The work is also being done in prelude to the first annual Dn’A Bikes and Tamaqua YMCA Duathlon set for Sunday, October 4, 2015 at the reservoir. Race includes a 1.5 mile run, 7-10 mile bike ride and another 1.5 mile run. Team option is that one person does both runs and second person does bike ride. Teams can be co-ed and there are no age limits. Awards will be presented to top 5 teams.
Registration lasts from 7:30 to 8:30 AM. Run starts at 9 AM. Regular short sleeve t-shirt to all pre-entries and race-day entries (while they last).
Click HERE to view the registration form or click HERE to register online via PretzelCitySports.com.
For more information or to help, contact Stianche on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/rstianche, at his bike shop (Dn’A Bikes, 115 West Broad Street, Tamaqua), or via phone at 570-668-5140. The shop’s website is https://www.dnabikes.co.

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