Cyclists Organize Ride to Celebrate Life of Randy Gibson
Published On September 27, 2017 | News
Lincoln’s Hub Café to host the ride and remembrance October 1 at 10:00 a.m.
LINCOLN, Neb. (September 27, 2017) – Friends and family of Randy Gibson are planning a ride to celebrate the life of the Lincoln cyclist killed Saturday, Sept. 23, by a suspected drunk driver. The ride will take place Sunday, Oct. 1, from the Hub Café, 250 N. 21st St in Lincoln.
According to Gibson’s friend and ride co-host, Corey Godfrey, the ride will give friends and family an opportunity to reminisce and share stories.
“Let’s get together and remember Randy by doing one of the things he loved most – ride bicycles. We will meet at the Hub Café and roll out at 10:00 a.m. The plan is to ride around Lincoln and end up back at the Hub Café around noon for lunch,” Godfrey said.
Godfrey said the route would primarily utilize Lincoln bike paths, with a total distance of just under fifteen miles.
Following lunch, the group will gather at the Jayne Snyder Trail Center, adjacent to the Hub Café, for a brief memorial, and to share stories and write well wishes to Gibson’s family. Participants are encouraged to bring along pictures, videos and other memories of Gibson to share with the group.
The Hub Café kitchen will be open from 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Sunday.
Learn more about the ride and memorial at the Ride for Randy event page.