Saturday, July 11, 2009

An LCI Bites the Dust

Just be careful out there, folks.

League mourns the loss of Bruce Rosar

In a statement issued today on behalf of the League of American Bicyclists’ board of directors, board chair Amanda Eichstaedt said, “I am terribly sad to announce the death of Bruce Rosar earlier today in Apex, North Carolina; he was killed in a collision with an automobile. Bruce was elected to the League’s national board in March 2008 and as recently as late June had traveled to San Jose, Calif. for a board meeting and our Smart Cycling conference. It is a tragic irony that Bruce was one of our certified League Cycling Instructors with a passion for safe riding; he was active throughout the Raleigh/Durham area promoting cycling and cyclist safety. He will be missed terribly and our hearts go out to his family, friends and riding colleagues. We are still gathering details of the crash and will keep the League family informed of additional details and responses.”

Cyclist who led others is killed

Collided with car during Apex ride

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