Middle Run Work Party - Saturday August 19, 2017 - McGlynn's Parking Lot 8:45 AM

Middle Run Work Party is this Saturday August 19, 2017. Enclosed is a map of the planned work areas.

Priority 1 - Lenape and Double Horseshoe (7 people)

Transport mower from Fox Den and mow Lenape + Possum Hollow. Hedgers will heavily trim transition area at field edge and down to trestle bridge (if time can head down to 65' Fiberglass Bridge). All 4 people will clear mud holes down to trestle bridge than split into two groups. One group of two continues on Double Horseshoe to muddy corner past the log skinny. The other group of two cross trestle bridge down to Fiberglass Bridge (if time clear mud hole across bridge and mud hole in the dip heading to day use parking lot)

1 person on mower, 2 people on hedgers, and 4 people knicking and deberming (48 mud holes)


Priority 2 - Lenape Cut-off and Lenape (5 people)

Hedge around berm turn and general area. Clear mud holes back to last months work party area.

August 17, 2017
40+ Volunteers at the June 18, 2016 Middle Run and White Clay Work Party

Great turnout with 40+ volunteers. 


Thank you Bob Oswald, Ken Cox, Mike Johnston, Bob Gaston, Dave Duncan, and Karl Lehman for leading today.  Definitely helped us get the crews out of the parking lot quick.


Thanks to every who gave up some riding time today so our next ride is a little more enjoyable.


Next time you see John Hays, Robert Bertling, Melinda Bertling, Audrey Bertling, Linus Bertling, Danielle Vennard, Amber Becht, Greg Becht, Dave Sokola, Ken Robinson, Noel Borres, Ian Borres, Scott Hurst, Brenda Hurst, Andy Bloom, Greg Ciarlo, Joe Marsico, John Williams, Dirk Lord, Jim Kim, Gail Robillard, Brian Crossan, Andy Kiess, Ross Warner, Andrew Borntreger, Andy Borntreger, Garrett Borntreger, Will Macaluso, Lynn Cox, Zoe Cox, Charlotte Cox, Roxanne Deleste, and Jet Deleste give them a big thanks.  Sorry if I missed you name let me know and it will get on the time sheet.


That’s over 160 volunteer hours in one day. 


Awesome job by everyone.  Hope you had fun.


Go ride you bikes tomorrow and checkout our work.





June 18, 2016
State Legislatures write letter to DNREC - Tri-Valley Trail

Tri-Valley Trail Plan Update - State Legislatures write letter to DNREC leadership opposing 10-12 foot width. Big thanks to all the trail users who attended the Tri-Valley Trail Plan Open House. Your participation makes a difference.  Letter is below;








23rd District
















Manufactured Housing, Chair

House Economic Development/Banking/Insurance/Commerce

House Housing & Community Affairs

May 10, 2016
Trail Valley Project

I attended a meeting regarding the Tri-Valley Project.  My notes are in the PDF file that is attached.

In a nutshell, there are pros and cons to this project.  

The primary concerns for me are the width of the trail, the "upgrade" of singletrack (hardened surface, not asphalt), and the material (asphalt) proposed for use throughout the trail.

The positive: access to the Big Pond area.  More all-weather trail.

So, read the notes and decide for yourself.  But, whatever your opinion, make sure you attend the open house and you voice your opinion.

Tri-Valley Trail Project Meeting Notes

Ricardo Gomez

April 3, 2016
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