Memorial Ride Tonight for Two Manhattan Cyclists

There will be a memorial ride tonight for two cyclists killed last week.

Alvaro Olson and Jian-Lan Zhang both died last Wednesday, April 16. Both were struck by delivery trucks. As of last week no charges had been filed in either case.

Here is tonight’s schedule (times approximate):

  • 7:00 Meet in Union Square
  • 7:30 Ride leaves
  • 8:00 Ride arrives at Alvaro Olson’s ghost bike (36th and Broadway)
  • 8:20 Ride leaves
  • 8:50 Ride arrives at Jian-Lan Zhang’s ghost bike (Allen and Hester)

See the Ghost Bike web page for more info.

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