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mudhustler 08-07-08 06:09 PM

Edgar "E.J." Juarez, 30, and Jayson Kilroy, 28, August 6th, Colorado Springs, Colorado.

kman38 08-17-08 09:35 PM Prayers to his family and friends. He was loved by everyone. Rest in peace Wes

tallycast 08-19-08 08:53 AM

Another cyclist dies in Tallahassee
In memory of Arthur "Trey" Hayworth, 24, who died yesterday in Tallahassee, Florida. Hayworth was riding his new touring bike on Gaines street when hit by a truck. This portion of Gaines Street is on the ACA Southern Tier transcontinental bike route.

tallycast 08-19-08 08:54 AM

In memory of Arthur "Trey" Hayworth, 24, who died yesterday in Tallahassee, Florida. Hayworth was riding his new touring bike on Gaines street when hit by a truck. This portion of Gaines Street is on the ACA Southern Tier transcontinental bike route.

TandemGeek 09-15-08 10:06 PM

In memory Sarah, 20, of Athens, Alabama, who was attending the University of Alabama in Huntsville... a cycling advocate and year-round cycling commuter.

John C. Ratliff 09-16-08 07:44 PM

In memory of Chris Powers and Kevin Alshouse, who were hit and killed by a Kentucky State Policeman on September 2, 2008. RIP.

Rest in Peace,


John C. Ratliff 09-16-08 07:47 PM

In memory of Phillip Michael Tidmarsh, of Rougemount, north of Durham, Delaware, who was killed when hit by a 19 year-old driver who was subsequently arrested of DUI.

Rest in Peace,


John C. Ratliff 09-16-08 07:50 PM

In memory of Jim Nisser, 65, of St. Louis Park, MN, who was "...struck and killed in a hit-and-run early Thursday morning while biking to work."

Rest in Peace,


uke 09-16-08 08:02 PM

In memory of Sarah Chapman, 20, killed by an SUV yesterday at UAH. I never met her, and I don't know why it breaks me down to read about her, but I hope she's in a better place. None of these things make any sense sometimes.

RIP, Ms. Chapman.


Originally Posted by uke (Post 7480988)

John C. Ratliff 09-17-08 09:36 AM

I just found out, while researching bike frames, that Ian Hibbel was killed by a car in Greece on . This is a very well-traveled bicyclist, as this article states.

Rest in Peace, Ian.


John Wilke 09-20-08 08:19 AM

In memory of Gregg Bednorski of Wausau, WI who was killed when he ran into the back of a stopped SUV while riding near his home on Thursday, Sept. 18, 2008.

and this picture I took of him (3rd in this line) as he raced to 127th out of 1600+ racers in the Chequamegon 40 mile point to point MTB race in Hayward, WI. one week ago and just 6 days before his untimely passing.

Rest In Peace Gregg. The roads are smooth for you now.

John C. Ratliff 09-22-08 03:27 PM

In memory of Neal Whitfield, 15, died at 3:30 a.m. Friday in Deaconess Hospital in Evansville, Ind.,

Rest in peace,


DavidW56 09-26-08 08:31 AM

Memoriam: Jacqueline Robinson of Detroit. Killed September 19th, 2008, while riding up Woodward Avenue in Royal Oak, Michigan, by a hit-and-run driver who has not yet been apprehended.

DnvrFox 09-28-08 07:28 PM

Ken Fox, collision with a bike on a bike path in Littleton, CO, other rider was on his side of the trail at an underpass. About 5 years ago.

MMACH 5 10-04-08 10:35 AM


Rito "Anthony" Mungioli, 51 struck from behind by a teenage driver. Sun in his eyes cited as the cause. The case has been referred to the Grand Jury.
He was very involved in youth soccer, in the area. I met him a few years ago when I played adult soccer at the Soccer Spectrum. I didn't know he was a cyclist.

Dallas Morning News.

Local news station.

Neil_B 10-04-08 10:46 AM

On the West River Drive in Philadelphia:

Neil_B 10-11-08 08:56 PM

Ghost bike, Cleveland, Ohio, May 2007:

Siu Blue Wind 11-30-08 10:47 AM



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ChattTrek 03-06-09 11:45 AM

David Meek of Chattanooga, Tennessee 3/6/2009
A bicyclist traveling in the 1000 block of Ashland Terrace became entangled with a truck and was killed Friday morning.

He was identified as David L. Meek, 51, a biking enthusiast who was active in the Chattanooga Bicycle Club. He had been a leader of the three-day Tour de Charohala Challenge.

He lived on Wood Lane in Red Bank and owned a bike shop on N. Hawthorne Street in Chattanooga.

Police were alerted to the scene around 6:40 a.m.

According to witnesses, the cyclist was traveling on Ashland Terrace toward Hixson Pike. As a box-type truck traveling in the same direction passed by the cyclist, a saddle bag on the back of the bicycle caught the rear footboard of the truck and yanked the bike out from under him.

The victim was thrown into the street where he suffered severe injuries. The victim was transported to Erlanger Hospital where he later died.

The driver of the truck told police that he never saw the bicyclist and did not know there was anything wrong until he saw the victim in the street.

Charges in the incident are pending further investigation.

News Article

poopsik 03-28-09 06:55 PM

Fabio Casartelli
Sorry if this has already been mentioned:

Fabio Casartelli (August 16, 1970 – July 18, 1995) was an Italian cyclist and an Olympic gold medalist, who died in a crash on the descent of the Col de Portet d'Aspet, France, during the 15th stage of the 1995 Tour de France.

Lance Armstrong at the time riding on the Motorola Squad went on to win a Stage just a few days later. When he crossed the finish line you can see him point to the sky as a victory in Casartelli's honor.

markpedal 04-18-09 12:01 AM

Ride of Silence, Worldwide, May 20th at 7:00 PM, continuing on May 23rd at 10:00 AM in the southern hemisphere.

299 locations in 2008, in 18 countries, in all 50 states.

Remember / honor those no longer with us, and let's make the road safer for all cyclists worldwide.

randya 04-18-09 12:05 AM

In memory of Century Steve Nelson, Team Beer, PDX.

RubenX 05-03-09 10:20 PM

In memory of Andrés Rivera Carrasquillo, 59, who died on May 2009 in San Juan PR after a being hit by a bus.

Miles2go 05-06-09 11:12 PM

Barbara Savage
Barbara Savage was killed in a cycling accident shortly before the publication of the now classic book, Miles From Nowhere. The inspiring story of Barbara & Larry Savage’s 2 year, 25,000 mile world bicycle tour.

Rest In Peace

Miles2go 05-06-09 11:20 PM

Bill Bliss
Bill Bliss

Rest In Peace

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