From left, Ben Cowen, Mark Hinkel, Mike Kennedy, Tony Shields and Dr. David Cassidy were members of cycling group they called the Zombies. Cassidy was killed in April when he was hit by a sport utility vehicle in Bourbon County, and Hinkel was killed in April 2015 when he was hit by a truck in Scott County.
From left, Ben Cowen, Mark Hinkel, Mike Kennedy, Tony Shields and Dr. David Cassidy were members of cycling group they called the Zombies. Cassidy was killed in April when he was hit by a sport utility vehicle in Bourbon County, and Hinkel was killed in April 2015 when he was hit by a truck in Scott County. Photo courtesy of Mike Kennedy
From left, Ben Cowen, Mark Hinkel, Mike Kennedy, Tony Shields and Dr. David Cassidy were members of cycling group they called the Zombies. Cassidy was killed in April when he was hit by a sport utility vehicle in Bourbon County, and Hinkel was killed in April 2015 when he was hit by a truck in Scott County. Photo courtesy of Mike Kennedy

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