A "ghost bike" was put in place in memory of Jason Baines, 41, of Lexington, who was hit by a car and killed Oct. 24 on Midland Avenew. A local group placed the bike near the scene of crash. Photo by Ron Garrison | Staff
A "ghost bike" was put in place in memory of Jason Baines, 41, of Lexington, who was hit by a car and killed Oct. 24 on Midland Avenew. A local group placed the bike near the scene of crash. Photo by Ron Garrison | Staff Herald-Leader
A "ghost bike" was put in place in memory of Jason Baines, 41, of Lexington, who was hit by a car and killed Oct. 24 on Midland Avenew. A local group placed the bike near the scene of crash. Photo by Ron Garrison | Staff Herald-Leader

Friends memorialize bicyclist who died

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