Organizer Ryan Kragerud said the move back to Roosevelt Park should decrease confusion from participants about where to meet. Cyclists will meet at 6:30 p.m. and leave the parking lot at 6:40 p.m.
The group also is using the smartphone app Glympse to track the ride once it starts, Kragerud said. Participants can use the app to catch up if they're running late or don't want to do the full route, he said.
“The issue you will have to decide is whether the defendant was careless when he turned into the driveway when the bicyclists had the right of way,” prosecutor Laura Kinde said.
Kinde told the jury that Ramirez drove the route multiple times as part of his job, and that he should have taken extra precaution to account for the fact that he was driving into the sun on a route used by cyclists.
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