A stark, all-white bicycle and a safety-awareness ride in Annapolis, attended by hundreds, honor Trish Cunningham, a mother of three who was struck and killed while cycling in August.
Sept. 28, 2013 Morgan Cunningham, 20, prepares to place roses on a “ghost bike” in honor of her mother, Trish Cunningham, during a memorial Rally and Ride for Bicycle Safety Awareness in Annapolis. Trish Cunningham was killed last month in Davidsonville by a driver who tried to pass her as she cycled up a hill on an 18-foot-wide road without shoulders. The rally, attended by hundreds, focused on Maryland’s law that drivers must stay at least three feet away when passing bicyclists. Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post Buy Photo