Ghost Bike on Osuna west of I-25 in memory of Scott Dwane Lane, 1956 - 2012. How many more ghost bikes are there in ABQ? Please watch out for bikes in traffic. Cyclists, please light up at night so we can see you.

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Comment by Benny the Icepick on December 11, 2012 at 9:19am

Dan,

The ghost bikes are erected by the Duke City Wheelmen Foundation, headed by Jennifer Buntz.  They have done a really admirable job, first of all in advocating for recognizing Ghost Bikes as descansos (and therefore earning them protected status), and in fighting for bike-friendly legislation.

Their website has a listing of some of the ghost bikes they have installed.

Comment by once banned twice shy on December 11, 2012 at 10:18am

Mr. Lane was killed by a driver running a red light.  Who refused to admit she ran the red light up to her sentencing.  What was she sentenced to?  House arrest and a fine.  For killing someone.  Did she lose her driver's license?  No.  She gets to go on driving, continue to run red lights and kill people.  Fabulous.

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