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  • Storms left a mess on greenway, but that doesn’t stop avid cyclist

    Rick Powell, an avid Raleigh cyclist, rode more than 10 miles along the Crabtree Creek Trail on the Capital Area Greenway Thursday, April 27, 2017 despite thick mud and washouts. Crews are still working to clear debris from the greenway system, which spans more than 100 miles. Some sections of the greenway were still underwater Thursday, two days after the rain stopped.

Rick Powell, an avid Raleigh cyclist, rode more than 10 miles along the Crabtree Creek Trail on the Capital Area Greenway Thursday, April 27, 2017 despite thick mud and washouts. Crews are still working to clear debris from the greenway system, which spans more than 100 miles. Some sections of the greenway were still underwater Thursday, two days after the rain stopped. Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com
Rick Powell, an avid Raleigh cyclist, rode more than 10 miles along the Crabtree Creek Trail on the Capital Area Greenway Thursday, April 27, 2017 despite thick mud and washouts. Crews are still working to clear debris from the greenway system, which spans more than 100 miles. Some sections of the greenway were still underwater Thursday, two days after the rain stopped. Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com

Storms left a mess on Triangle greenways, but that doesn’t stop avid users

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