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Bicyclists Hit the Road in Memory of Accident Victims

Bicyclists Hit the Road in Memory of Accident Victims

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(KSL News) Bicyclists braved the cold and wet weather to ride in memory of Utah's bike accident victims.

Ken Johnson, brother of killed bicyclist Josie Johnson, said, "It's a real rough thing to lose a loved one, as anyone who has knows, so to have the community reach out like this has significant meaning."

Organizers of the Josie Johnson Memorial Ride called on cyclists and motorists to share the road safely.

Johnson was an avid cyclist who died two years ago when she was hit by a car while riding up Big Cottonwood Canyon.

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