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Larry Reimert of Allentown Pa passed away recently due to a massive heart attack... Larry was an Avid Mtn Biker, and racer in the Valley. He was known and respected by many for his awesome attitude and great determination to be great on his bike... His viewing is tomorrow Wednesday June 12th at 6:30 in fogelsville... We are trying to get all of the mountain bike community to meet ( READY TO RIDE ) by 5 pm from Jordan Park in allentown picking up some others at Wegmans off of tilghman st by 6 pm ( READY TO RIDE ) sporting all riding gear and heading to his viewing... It's the way Larry would have wanted it... LIVE EACH DAY AS IF IT WAS YOUR LAST... We'll miss him... any questions contact me at 484.634.0943 Straus

( Larry a week ago rode his age in miles in jim thorpe on his birthday as he did every year with a few choice pals... This year it was 64... He did em all with a smile... )
 

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Club Message from:dirt devils

PLEASE READ IF YOU ARE PLANNING TO BIKE RIDE WITH US TO LARRY'S VIEWING!
Because I found a MUCH better route there is a change of the ride to Larry
's viewing. Still leaving Jordan Creek Park at 5:00 but for people that
don't want to ride the whole 10 miles I would like them to meet us at
COVERED BRIDGE PARK (WEHR'S DAM) about 5:45. To get to COVERED BRIDGE PARK
take route 22 to 309 north. Turn right on to Huckleberry (There is a stop
light). Follow Huckleberry road to WEHR'S Mill road and make a left onto
WEHR'S Mill road. That will take you right to the park by the covered
bridge. Park in the parking area on the right side. I should be about 10
miles from Jordan to the viewing and about 6 miles from COVERED BRIDGE
PARK to viewing.
My cell phone will be on if you can't find this. Cell610-462-0617 Sorry
for any confusion.
 
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