‘Ride of Silence’ takes cyclists on ghost bike tour, honors victims of traffic accidents

The bike ride tour of ghost bike memorials served as a memory for those died.

Marissa Santorelli

May 19, 2024, 11:18 PM

Updated 25 days ago

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Community members honored cyclists killed in traffic accidents during the ninth annual "Ride of Silence."
The bike ride tour of ghost bike memorials served as a memory for those died.
Ghost bikes are bikes painted white and chained to sign posts at locations cyclists have lost their lives.
David Morales, a resident, told News 12 how the initiative helps him reflect.
"When you see a white bike…you take a second of thought," he said.
Sunday’s ride in the Bronx visited ghost bikes in Concourse Village, one in Hunts Point and one in Throggs Neck.


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