South Cumberland State Park ranger Jason Reynolds, left, and park manager John Christof show off two of three new mountain bikes donated by the Friends of the South Cumberland State Park to help rangers patrol the back-country. The rangers plan to use the bikes for some duties rather than pickup trucks and four-wheelers that are less environmentally friendly.
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South Cumberland State Park ranger Jason Reynolds, left, and park manager John Christof show off two of three new mountain bikes donated by the Friends of the South Cumberland State Park to help rangers patrol the back-country. The rangers plan to use the bikes for some duties rather than pickup trucks and four-wheelers that are less environmentally friendly. Contributed photo/South Cumberland State Park
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published Saturday, March 2nd, 2013
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South Cumberland State Park rangers now can be seen out of their cars, off their four-wheelers and aboard new mountain bikes, thanks to a gift from the park's friends group.

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