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LWC Cycling Needs wood chips by the truckload

Chips will be used to line the bicycle tracks - to improve the aesthetics/landscape, and to make the tracks safer for the cyclists who come from colleges and universities from all over the United States to Adair County to compete in events at the Dr. Phil Aaron cycling site
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By LWC Coach David Grigsby

We're trying to get the word out to any tree removal companies or city/county workers that the Lindsey Wilson Cycling team is in need of wood chips to landscape the many bicycle tracks we have at the Phil Aaron property off Bomar Heights road?

We have 3 very large bicycle dirt track areas that we would like to border with wood chips to serve as landscaping and a safety cushion for cyclists who find themselves riding off-track.

There is practically no limit to the amount of chips we can use. Donors can dump the chips at the end of Connie Street (Google Map/Directions), which is off Grady Lane, just south of the Taylor Rural Health Center and immediately north of First Baptist Church on Burkesville Street, Columbia, KY.

The road ends in a field and the bike tracks are visible from this point.

Much thanks to any and all who have some wood chips loads to dump. We will put them to good use. - Coach David Grigsby Lindsey Wilson College Cycling.

This story was posted on 2013-06-11 05:58:12
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