Sports briefs — Feb. 10, 2021

  • Wednesday, February 10, 2021 1:30am
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PTC offers bike coupons as boost for ODT

Get your bikes tuned up for the riding ahead with the Peninsula Trails Coalition’s annual Bike Tune-Up Fundraiser Coupons, available at

The coupons pay for labor on a standard tune-up at a participating bike shops, with all funds raised going to supporting the Olympic Discovery Trail.

Participating shops include Sequim Bike Works, Ben’s Bikes and Pedego in Sequim, and Bike Garage and Sound Bikes & Kayaks in Port Angeles. In Port Townsend, participating businesses include The Broken Spoke, PT Cyclery, The Recyclery and Williwaw.

Parts and/or additional services not included.

Only 100 of the $75 coupons are available and are valid through April 30.

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