a photo a day from germany's capital city
One sees them here as well. The city is trying to get them removed after a certain time- there's one that's been in place for three or four years now, it seems, and has become visual clutter.
I've seen many memorials, but never one like this.
I have seen these bikes across Iowa. Always sad to see them as it means a bicycle rider was killed by a motorist at this location.
There must be more to this story. Was she an important person in the community? Or maybe just one of these bikes was in her memory and the other bikes memorialize other folks? Interesting and yes, sad.
It is so sad to see them. There is one I pass regularly that has been there for a few years now and the family of the cyclist decorates it for birthdays etc.
I've often wondered who donates these bikes.
Sad but very nice tribute.My SIGNS, SIGNS
Let them be signs of compassion and reminders to be safe always!
Very nice tribute but sad, yes.
Ghost bikes. Bicyclists are pretty defenseless when they encounter a careless auto driver.
Sad sign indeed !
Same thing here in Canada.
Sad indeed. In Holland the white bike was in the sixties the free bike project of the Provo movement were everybody could use the white bikes who had no lock and could put parked everywhere.
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That is so sad.
This woman should not be forgotten.
It makes me so sad. I saw my first one of those here in Florida last season. There could me more, sadly. It is not safe to ride a bike here in this area .
Sad but a nice memorial and reminder.
They are here too. I guess they serve as a reminder to be careful.
These are unfortunately common, both in Florida and New England.
Oh that really is sad Hal. I often see crosses and flowers as I drive around.
Very beautiful way to remember the accidents.
Oh, that is sad! Here informal memorials became a bit of a litter problem so the state highway department created a standard sign telling us to drive safely in memory of whoever.
Sad, but nicely done the way they remember her.
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