The halfway point


Barb Dillon, left, and Chip Wood, both of Dublin, prepare to hop back onto their bikes after topping off their water bottles at the Marathon Gas Station on Riverside Drive. The two bikers were in the process of turning around during a 50 mile loop that they started in West Liberty on Friday, Sept. 3. Their trek took them through DeGraff and Quincy. The bikers said they enjoy the terrain and the look of Logan County as they ride. Dillon grew up in Sidney where her 101-year-old mother, Rosalee Anderson, still lives.

Barb Dillon, left, and Chip Wood, both of Dublin, prepare to hop back onto their bikes after topping off their water bottles at the Marathon Gas Station on Riverside Drive. The two bikers were in the process of turning around during a 50 mile loop that they started in West Liberty on Friday, Sept. 3. Their trek took them through DeGraff and Quincy. The bikers said they enjoy the terrain and the look of Logan County as they ride. Dillon grew up in Sidney where her 101-year-old mother, Rosalee Anderson, still lives.


Luke Gonneberg | Sidney Daily News

Barb Dillon, left, and Chip Wood, both of Dublin, prepare to hop back onto their bikes after topping off their water bottles at the Marathon Gas Station on Riverside Drive. The two bikers were in the process of turning around during a 50 mile loop that they started in West Liberty on Friday, Sept. 3. Their trek took them through DeGraff and Quincy. The bikers said they enjoy the terrain and the look of Logan County as they ride. Dillon grew up in Sidney where her 101-year-old mother, Rosalee Anderson, still lives.

Barb Dillon, left, and Chip Wood, both of Dublin, prepare to hop back onto their bikes after topping off their water bottles at the Marathon Gas Station on Riverside Drive. The two bikers were in the process of turning around during a 50 mile loop that they started in West Liberty on Friday, Sept. 3. Their trek took them through DeGraff and Quincy. The bikers said they enjoy the terrain and the look of Logan County as they ride. Dillon grew up in Sidney where her 101-year-old mother, Rosalee Anderson, still lives.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2021/09/web1_SDN090421BikeGas.jpgBarb Dillon, left, and Chip Wood, both of Dublin, prepare to hop back onto their bikes after topping off their water bottles at the Marathon Gas Station on Riverside Drive. The two bikers were in the process of turning around during a 50 mile loop that they started in West Liberty on Friday, Sept. 3. Their trek took them through DeGraff and Quincy. The bikers said they enjoy the terrain and the look of Logan County as they ride. Dillon grew up in Sidney where her 101-year-old mother, Rosalee Anderson, still lives. Luke Gonneberg | Sidney Daily News