DENVER (CBS4)– The cycling community in Denver is honoring the lives of two people killed while riding their bicycles. A vigil was organized for Wednesday evening in memory of Alexis Bounds and Scott Hendrickson.

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Bounds, a 37-year-old wife and mother, was riding in the area of Bayaud and Marion when she was struck by a dump truck and killed.

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Hendrickson died after a driver hit him on the west side of Denver.

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On Wednesday, the Denver Cruisers dedicated their monthly ride to both victims. They had Hendrickson’s ghost bike on display and invited people to sign it.

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The Denver Cruisers community hopes the ride educates both cyclists and drivers about sharing the road.

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