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Low Gears and PVC Rod Tubes

Posted on July 27 2008

Many forward-thinking states have been successful in turning old rail right-of-ways, logging roads and other formally commercial routes into bike paths that reach far into the backcountry. Among them is Pennsylvania, where some 550 miles of biking and hiking trails extend through the western part of the state alone. Ben Moyer writes about some of the opportunities for peddling anglers in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. “‘Many state forest and state game land roads that are closed to motorized vehicles provide bicycle access to spots rarely visited by fishermen,’ said Gregg Rinkus who lives in Franklin, Venango County, within bike-strike distance of trails along the Allegheny and Clarion rivers and Oil Creek.”

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