Allen Kirkwood came to the Broke Spoke Community  Bike Shop on Saturday morning to help build the "ghost bike" in memory of his friend.  
Tiffany, left, and Jennifer (daughters of Kerr) watched Kirkwood spray on a coat of white paint on the bike.
Allen Kirkwood came to the Broke Spoke Community Bike Shop on Saturday morning to help build the "ghost bike" in memory of his friend. Tiffany, left, and Jennifer (daughters of Kerr) watched Kirkwood spray on a coat of white paint on the bike. Herald-Leader
Allen Kirkwood came to the Broke Spoke Community Bike Shop on Saturday morning to help build the "ghost bike" in memory of his friend. Tiffany, left, and Jennifer (daughters of Kerr) watched Kirkwood spray on a coat of white paint on the bike. Herald-Leader

'Ghost bike' built in memory of Broke Spoke volunteer

September 01, 2012 06:08 PM

UPDATED September 05, 2012 10:11 AM

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