The bicycling community is holding a memorial bike ride for Lon Lomas, the man killed in a hit and run while he was riding his bike.
The ride will start from Corner Bar in Youngsville Sunday, July 13 at 5:00 p.m., and will be less than 10 miles total at 10mph, with a pause for a moment of silence at the site of the accident.
This is a free ride open to the public, though donations will be accepted. Helmets are recommended.
For further information contact:
Monique Koll firstname.lastname@example.org or
Scott Coco at 337-288-7165.
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NEW ORLEANS, LA (WAFB) -
A 34-year-old man is being held on a $253,500 bond after he allegedly struck and killed a cyclist with his vehicle. The victim was an Atlanta firefighter who was in New Orleans to participate in Sunday’s Ironman competition.
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