I have been riding a bicycle throughout New Mexico and the US for over 30 years. Drawn into advocacy for safer cycling after my long time cycling friend Paula Higgins was killed by a driver in 2006, my efforts have grown and expanded since that time.
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Also a big shout-out to those who have donated to DCW in order to help Nathan Alexander, who is from Princes Town in Trinidad & Tobago. Between the donations and Roger Ferrell’s investment, this bike was shipped out to Nathan this week! We’ll track his progress this season and post updates!
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If you are looking for a tune up for the Crusher in the Tushar, look no further. Burke’s ride deserves copycats, because it is so awesome. La Mosca is modeled after his fantastic event.
•Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/387878612050890/ •First 50 to preregister receive a free t-shirt! •$65.00 for 69 mile route before June 25@11:59pm •$80 late registration June 26-29 •$50.00 for 47 mile route before June 25@11:59pm •$65 late registration June 26-29 @ Trek Superstore: Thursday, 6/27/19 In person Registration & packet pick-up 4-6pm No late fee at ABQ in-person registration! 5000 Menaul NE, ABQ, NM
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Ghost Bike for Christopher Greathouse, age 12, will be placed on November 10th at 4:00PM.
Original post said Sunday. Acutally, the Ghost Bike will be placed on Saturday, November 10. 4:00PM
He was killed on June 15th, 2018 while bicycling with his brother, Stanley. The crash happened at Moon Street and Los Arboles Avenue, just south of Candelaria in the North East Heights.
Duke City Wheelmen will help the family place a ghost bike made by Christopher’s brothers Stanley and Anthony. A metal plaque will be placed that has Christopher’s picture.
The family has stated that all are welcome at the ceremony where they will place the Ghost Bike at the scene of the crash and honor Christopher’s life. Ghost Bikes are bicycles painted white, placed where a cyclist has died. All too often, the cause of the death is a crash with a motor vehicle. The serve to remind us of the importance of driving attentively, the value of human life and the joy that riding a bicycle can bring to young and old alike
Duke City Wheelmen is working with several neighbors and the family to decide about placing a ghost bike in the Moon and Candelaria NE area to remember the 11 year old who was hit and killed near there last week.
If you would like to help, you can use the contact form here on our webpage. I will post updates about this situation as they become available.