Norwalk cyclist has 'Ghost Bike' dedicated to his memory

NORWALK A bicycle in Hinkleville, W.Va., has no rider. The
Cory Frolik
May 24, 2010

NORWALK

A bicycle in Hinkleville, W.Va., has no rider.

The bike is permanently locked to a utility pole several feet off of Route 20 in the small village about six miles south of Buckhannon, W.Va.

Every inch of the bicycle -- including the wheels and spokes -- is painted white. It's called a ghost bike, and it serves as a tribute to Daniel Duncan.

Daniel, 18, of Norwalk was killed Sept. 3 near the spot where the ghost bike sits. He was out doing what he loved -- riding his bike -- when Roger Lee Harrison Jr., 23, struck him head-on with a pickup truck.