Ok I didn't want to post in the thread itself, so as to not muck up the intent there. But do you guys think this is sucha good idea. One of the people remembered there is Ken Kifer. One of Ken Kifer's efforts as a cycling advocate was to try to minimize fearmongering (see: http://www.kenkifer.com/bikepages/health/risks.htm)
It seems to me that the Wall of Rememberence distorts the risk of cycling, and leads to the sort of Fear Mongering that Kifer was against. I never knew him, but I'd guess he'd likely have been against the idea.
And while its unfortunate that anyone dies, and moreso that anyone dies a preventable premature death, it's not exactly like everyone who dies riding a bike was engaged in some noble struggle serving a greater purpose, like is the case of other Walls of Rememberence. (such as the Vietnam War Memorial)
If I'm unfortunate enough to be in the wrong place at the wrong time, I'd just as soon my name be left off the wall.