Ben Cowen, left, Mark Hinkel, Mike Kennedy, Tony Shields and David Cassidy posed for a shot of their cycling group they called the Zombies. Hinkel was killed in a crash with a pickup last May; Cassidy died Sunday when he was hit by a sport-utility vehicle on U.S. 68.
Ben Cowen, left, Mark Hinkel, Mike Kennedy, Tony Shields and David Cassidy posed for a shot of their cycling group they called the Zombies. Hinkel was killed in a crash with a pickup last May; Cassidy died Sunday when he was hit by a sport-utility vehicle on U.S. 68. Photo courtesy Mike Kennedy
Ben Cowen, left, Mark Hinkel, Mike Kennedy, Tony Shields and David Cassidy posed for a shot of their cycling group they called the Zombies. Hinkel was killed in a crash with a pickup last May; Cassidy died Sunday when he was hit by a sport-utility vehicle on U.S. 68. Photo courtesy Mike Kennedy

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