Annual ride of silence remembers cyclists killed in car crashes

    Cities around the country will pay special attention to the rules of the road tomorrow as the annual Ride of Silence rolls on for another year.

    The Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia has organized the city’s event to memorialize cyclists killed in crashes with vehicles, but it’s just one ride part of a larger movement.
    Ride of Silence treks are planned across the country, and in other parts of the world. Eight rides are scheduled in Pennsylvania, six in New Jersey and two in Delaware.

    Philly’s 8-mile ride beginsand ends outside the Art Museum.

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