Bronx cyclists ride to remember traffic accident victims

Bronx cyclists came together Sunday to ride for those who have been victims of traffic accidents.

Bronx cyclists came together Sunday to ride for those who have been victims of traffic accidents.

Bronx cyclists came together Sunday to ride for those who have been victims of traffic accidents. (11/20/16)

THE BRONX - Bronx cyclists came together Sunday to ride for those who have been victims of traffic accidents.

They gathered at the Bronx side of the Willis Avenue Bridge to embark on a ride to City Hall as part of World Remembrance Day, which is dedicated to remembering millions of people hurt or killed because of accidents on the road.

The group ride was organized by Families for Safe Streets and Transportation Alternatives.

Cyclists say they want safety for all people on city streets. They are urging riders to be careful on the roads and to be mindful of each other.

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