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Photo gallery: Team readies Boyce Park for cycling competition

| Friday, Oct. 20, 2017, 4:18 p.m.
Members of the Pittsburgh East Cycling Team have been spending their Sundays this month clearing the bike trails in Boyce Park in Plum in preparation for the Pennsylvania Interscolastic Cycling League finals competition, Oct. 28-29. Head coach James Pottinger goes over some basic safety rules before heading out to the trails. Some of the students who participated included Daniel Codeloppi of Gateway, Corey Weaver, Aaron Smith and Cody Pivirotto of Plum, Torin and Riley Pottinger of Franklin Regional, who are shown watching the instruction.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Members of the Pittsburgh East Cycling Team have been spending their Sundays this month clearing the bike trails in Boyce Park in Plum in preparation for the Pennsylvania Interscolastic Cycling League finals competition, Oct. 28-29. Head coach James Pottinger goes over some basic safety rules before heading out to the trails. Some of the students who participated included Daniel Codeloppi of Gateway, Corey Weaver, Aaron Smith and Cody Pivirotto of Plum, Torin and Riley Pottinger of Franklin Regional, who are shown watching the instruction.
Members of the Pittsburgh East Cycling Team have been spending their Sundays this month clearing the bike trails in Boyce Park in Plum in preparation for the Pennsylvania Interscolastic Cycling League finals competition, Oct. 28-29.
Lillian DeDomenic | For the Tribune-Review
Members of the Pittsburgh East Cycling Team have been spending their Sundays this month clearing the bike trails in Boyce Park in Plum in preparation for the Pennsylvania Interscolastic Cycling League finals competition, Oct. 28-29.
Members of the Pittsburgh East Cycling Team have been spending their Sundays this month clearing the bike trails in Boyce Park in Plum in preparation for the Pennsylvania Interscolastic Cycling League finals competition, Oct. 28-29. Deklan Zeigelr of Gateway High School is shown breaking up hardened debris on one of the trails.
Lillian DeDomenic | For The Tribune-Review
Members of the Pittsburgh East Cycling Team have been spending their Sundays this month clearing the bike trails in Boyce Park in Plum in preparation for the Pennsylvania Interscolastic Cycling League finals competition, Oct. 28-29. Deklan Zeigelr of Gateway High School is shown breaking up hardened debris on one of the trails.

Members of the Pittsburgh East Cycling Team have been spending their Sundays this month clearing the bike trails in Boyce Park in Plum in preparation for the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Cycling League finals competition, Oct. 28-29.

Lillian DeDomenic is a freelance photographer.

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