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Ride Set in Memory of Shoshana S. Cardin Grad

The family and friends of Nathan Krasnopoler will hold the ride in honor of the man who was killed after being run over on University Parkway.

Family and friends will mark the two-year anniversary of the incident that killed Johns Hopkins University student Nathan Krasnopoler, a Cardin School grad.

A memorial bike ride begins at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, at the scene of the crash that took his life in front of the Broadview Apartments, 116 W. University Parkway, according to a news release.    

Nathan’s parents have launched an organization Americans for Older Driver Safety to lobby for laws requiring more rigorous standards for elderly drivers to retain their licenses.

Krasnopoler, 20, was hit in February of 2011 when a then 83-year-old female motorist ran him over while he rode his bike in a designated bike lane near Johns Hopkins University’s Homewood Campus.

He died of his injuries six months later after he was left in a coma with irreversible brain damage.

Jeanette Marie Walke, the driver, pleaded guilty in May 2011 to failing to yield right of way to a bicyclist in a designated lane. She was fined $220.

This is the second year a memorial ride has been held in Krasnopoler’s memory.

Read more of North Baltimore Patch's coverage of the tragedy and its aftermath:

Family of Deceased Hopkins Cyclist Speaks Out Against Bill

Hopkins Student Dies 6 Months After Bike Accident

Driver Fined in Collision With Hopkins Cyclist

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