Bike ride honors cyclists who died in Clinton Hill

Residents and officials took a symbolic bike ride through Clinton Hill on Sunday to commemorate two cyclists who died in the area.

The start and end point of the End of the Point Ride marked the two locations where the riders died.

The start and end point of the End of the Point Ride marked the two locations where the riders died. (4/24/16)

BROOKLYN - Residents and officials took a symbolic bike ride through Clinton Hill on Sunday to commemorate two cyclists who died in the area.

The start and end point of the End of the Point Ride marked the two locations where the riders died.

Borough President Eric Adams led the ride from Sixth Avenue and Sterling Place where a 33-year-old man was struck and killed by a delivery truck.

The ride continued to Lexington and Classon avenues, where 34-year-old Lauren Davis was killed riding her bike last week.

Adams has called for better enforcement of cars and trucks to prevent another tragedy.

The bike ride coincided with a dedication of a ghost bike at the intersection to honor the life of Davis.

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