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Millvale’s Summer Bike Rally an annual favorite event

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Troy Johnson, Diego Fuemtes and Coleman Barry check out some bikes to be raffled during Millvale’s Summer Bike Rally June 8, 2019.
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Spencer Reddy, 13, gets some air through the obstacle course during Millvale’s Summer Bike Rally June 8, 2019.
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Spencer Reddy, 13, and sisters Madeleine, 11, and Olivia, 11, check out snake during Millvale’s Summer Bike Rally June 8, 2019.
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Robert Habegger brought some snakes for kids to hold during Millvale’s Summer Bike Rally June 8, 2019.
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Nola Donia, 6, of Shaler, gets some help going over a ramp from mom Amy Scafuri during Millvale’s Summer Bike Rally June 8, 2019.
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Haley Toth, 3, gets some help from mom Kelly Toth during Millvale’s Summer Bike Rally June 8, 2019.
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Danny Kapetanovich, 11, (left) and Alex Hoerner, 12, enjoy free hot dogs during Millvale’s Summer Bike Rally June 8, 2019.

Bike riders of all ages and skill levels descended upon Millvale on June 8 to take part in the Millvale Summer Bike Rally. In addition to raffling off dozens of bicycles, there was an bike obstacle course, food, games and more.

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