Signs of life: Cyclists install signs on Trace in memory of fallen cyclist
Published 12:43 am Wednesday, March 22, 2017
Cyclists installed a sign financed by The Gary Holdiness Cycling Fund on the Natchez Trace Tuesday. Holdiness was killed when he was struck by a car on the Natchez Trace just south of mile marker 156 in 2012. Similar signs will be installed all along the parkway every 25 miles and at major intersections. Holdiness’ wife, Donna spoke to the cyclists after the first sign is installed Tuesday. Here are photos from Tuesday’s ceremony.