SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- A moving tribute to cyclists injured or killed on public roadways, the "Ride of Silence," was held in San Francisco Wednesday night.
People road their bicycles for 10-miles and held brief moments of silence at locations across the city where cyclists have been killed.
One mother got on a bike for the first time since her son was killed.
"Drive like it's your son or daughter on the street," said Julie Mitchell, a mother. "I think if people drove that way there would be a lot less deaths."
Participants want drivers to share the road with cyclists and make sure everyone is safe.