Denver cyclists rally for safer streets following deaths

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DENVER -- More than 100 cyclists gathered in Denver Wednesday evening to rally for safer streets.

The monthly Denver Cruiser Ride is a tradition usually reserved for fun. However, Wednesday's ride was in honor of two cyclists who were recently killed: Scott Hendrickson and Alexis Bounds.

The cyclists rode 3.5 miles from the Ballpark area to the intersection near Denver Country Club where Bounds died.

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