Editorial: Thoughts on roadside memorials

Lisa Zander locks up the “ghost bike” after over 100 bicyclists participated in a memorial ride for Amber “Cricket” Harrington from Prescott College to the intersection of Copper Basin and White Spar Road where Harrington died. At the intersection a “ghost bike” was placed to remember Harrington.
Photo by Les Stukenberg.

Lisa Zander locks up the “ghost bike” after over 100 bicyclists participated in a memorial ride for Amber “Cricket” Harrington from Prescott College to the intersection of Copper Basin and White Spar Road where Harrington died. At the intersection a “ghost bike” was placed to remember Harrington.

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