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Ride of Silence raises awareness about cycling safety

Locals take to the streets, representing cyclists hit by cars

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Posted: Thursday, May 17, 2012 12:00 am

As cars sped by on their way home from work or on their way to dinner, Carolyn Streng silently pedaled her bicycle on Hutchins Street near Kettleman Lane.

She was wearing a red arm band, and was near the end of about 50 bicyclists riding in a single-file line. Her silence and the band represented cyclists who have been injured or killed by motorists, including her own struggle to recover from being struck by a drunk and distracted driver.

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