On Wednesday night many people got on their bikes for a ride in silence to honor those injured or killed while riding their bicycles and to raise awareness.
Organizers of Wednesday night's ride hoped to bring more awareness to bicycle safety.
Members of the "Moms in Motion" also rode their bikes in honor of a teammate and friend.
Heather Boyum, a Fairport High School science teacher, was riding her bike last July on Route 250 in Penfield, when she was hit by a motorcycle and then a car.
Opening arguments begin Thursday in the trials of the two people charged in connection with her death. Police say Mark Scerbo was driving the motorcycle and Megan Merkel was driving the car that hit her.
More than 100 cyclists took off from the parking lot of the Penfield Highway Department. They rode off to the sounds of "Amazing Grace."