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Photo Gallery: Shrine and Ghost Bike memorial for fallen bicyclist
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Photo Gallery: Shrine and Ghost Bike memorial for fallen bicyclist

Photo Gallery: Shrine and Ghost Bike memorial for fallen bicyclist

A large circle of people that spread onto the second lane of Alamada Avenue surrounds a shrine for fallen friend and bicyclist Lenny Trinh on the 1300 block of Alameda Avenue in Burbank on Wednesday, April 18, 2018. This is the location where Lenny Trinh was killed on his bicycle earlier in the week. Over 100 people, mostly family and friends with some who paid tribute but didn’t know him, told stories, and chained a “ghost bike” to a tree.

 (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Shrine and Ghost Bike memorial for fallen bicyclist
Hai Tran, of Burbank, who was a best friend of Lenny Trinh, sits alone next to a memorial to Trinh as a cyclist passes on the 1300 block of Alameda Avenue in Burbank on Wednesday, April 18, 2018. This is the location where Lenny Trinh was killed on his bicycle earlier in the week. Over 100 people, mostly of family and friends with some who paid tribute but didn’t know him, told stories, and chained a “ghost bike” to a tree. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Shrine and Ghost Bike memorial for fallen bicyclist
A ‘ghost bike’ is lifted to be set and locked into place to a tree on the 1300 block of Alameda Avenue in Burbank on Wednesday, April 18, 2018. This is the location where Lenny Trinh was killed on his bicycle earlier in the week. Over 100 people, mostly of family and friends with some who paid tribute but didn’t know him, told stories, and chained a “ghost bike” to a tree. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Shrine and Ghost Bike memorial for fallen bicyclist

Mark and Mariel Pinciotti, of Burbank, pay their respects as they light two candles for Lenny Trinh on the 1300 block of Alameda Avenue in Burbank on Wednesday, April 18, 2018. This is the location where Lenny Trinh was killed on his bicycle earlier in the week. Over 100 people, mostly of family and friends with some who paid tribute but didn’t know him, told stories, and chained a “ghost bike” to a tree.

 (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Shrine and Ghost Bike memorial for fallen bicyclist
Brother-inlaw Hai Ho, of Burbank, talks about his memories of Lenny Trinh on the 1300 block of Alameda Avenue in Burbank on Wednesday, April 18, 2018. This is the location where Lenny Trinh was killed on his bicycle earlier in the week. Over 100 people, mostly of family and friends with some who paid tribute but didn’t know him, told stories, and chained a “ghost bike” to a tree. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Shrine and Ghost Bike memorial for fallen bicyclist
Hai Ho, of Burbank, looks back at the shrine and memorial for his brother-inlaw Lenny Trinh on the 1300 block of Alameda Avenue in Burbank on Wednesday, April 18, 2018. This is the location where Lenny Trinh was killed on his bicycle earlier in the week. Over 100 people, mostly of family and friends with some who paid tribute but didn’t know him, told stories, and chained a “ghost bike” to a tree. (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Shrine and Ghost Bike memorial for fallen bicyclist

Amanda and Rose Trinh, daughters of Lenny Trihn, spray white paint onto a bike that symbolizes a ‘ghost bike’ to represent the lost life of Lenny Trinh on the 1300 block of Alameda Avenue in Burbank on Wednesday, April 18, 2018. This is the location where Lenny Trinh was killed on his bicycle earlier in the week. Over 100 people, mostly of family and friends with some who paid tribute but didn’t know him, told stories, and chained a “ghost bike” to a tree.

 (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Shrine and Ghost Bike memorial for fallen bicyclist

Bicycle store owner Rob Scotts departs before Sam Jackson, Julius Hofman, and Nora Hipolito join him for their tribute ride for Lenny Trinh at H&S Bicycles in Burbank. The tribute ride lasted a little longer than an hour on Wednesday, April 18, 2018. The group’s destination was the location where Lenny Trinh was killed in traffic while riding his bicycle earlier this week.

 (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Shrine and Ghost Bike memorial for fallen bicyclist

The site of a shrine for Lenny Trinh where people  continued to arrive and gather on the 1300 block of Alameda Avenue in Burbank on Wednesday, April 18, 2018. This is the location where Lenny Trinh was killed on his bicycle earlier in the week. Over 100 people, mostly family and friends with some who paid tribute but didn’t know him, told stories, and chained a “ghost bike” to a tree.

 (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Shrine and Ghost Bike memorial for fallen bicyclist

Ex-wife Christina Trinh talks with family and friends about  Lenny Trinh at a shrine and memorial for him on the 1300 block of Alameda Avenue in Burbank on Wednesday, April 18, 2018. This is the location where Lenny Trinh was killed on his bicycle earlier in the week. Over 100 people, mostly family and friends, and some who paid tribute but didn’t know him, told stories and chained a “ghost bike” to a tree.

 (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Shrine and Ghost Bike memorial for fallen bicyclist

Friends speak of their memories of Lenny Trinh on the 1300 block of Alameda Avenue in Burbank on Wednesday, April 18, 2018. 

 (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Shrine and Ghost Bike memorial for fallen bicyclist

Hai Ho, of Burbank, a brother-in-law of Lenny Trinh, straightens a post office uniform on a tree at a vigil for Trinh on the 1300 block of Alameda Avenue in Burbank on Wednesday, April 18, 2018. This is the location where Lenny Trinh was killed on his bicycle earlier in the week. 

 (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Shrine and Ghost Bike memorial for fallen bicyclist

Amanda Trinh, daughter of Lenny Trinh, locks a ‘ghost bike’ to a tree at a vigil for the fallen bicyclist on the 1300 block of Alameda Avenue in Burbank on Wednesday, April 18, 2018. This is the location where Lenny Trinh was killed on his bicycle earlier in the week.

 (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Shrine and Ghost Bike memorial for fallen bicyclist

The site of a shrine for Lenny Trinh where  neighbors continued to gather on the 1300 block of Alameda Avenue in Burbank on Wednesday, April 18, 2018. This is the location where Lenny Trinh was killed on his bicycle earlier in the week. Over 100 people, mostly family and friends, and some who paid tribute but didn’t know him, told stories and chained a “ghost bike” to a tree.

 (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Shrine and Ghost Bike memorial for fallen bicyclist

Longtime friend and coworker Andre Griffin, after speaking to the crowd, puts his hands together and looks to the sky for his fallen friend Lenny Trinh on the 1300 block of Alameda Avenue in Burbank on Wednesday, April 18, 2018. 

 (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Shrine and Ghost Bike memorial for fallen bicyclist

Daughters Rose and Amanda Trinh spray white paint onto a donated bicycle that will represent the ‘ghost bike’ for fallen cyclist Lenny Trinh on the 1300 block of Alameda Avenue in Burbank on Wednesday, April 18, 2018. 

 (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Shrine and Ghost Bike memorial for fallen bicyclist

People continue to arrive and gather around a shrine for Lenny Trinh on the 1300 block of Alameda Avenue in Burbank on Wednesday, April 18, 2018. This is the location where Lenny Trinh was killed on his bicycle earlier in the week. 

 (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Shrine and Ghost Bike memorial for fallen bicyclist

A ‘ghost bike’ is lifted and set into place where it will be locked to a tree on the 1300 block of Alameda Avenue in Burbank on Wednesday, April 18, 2018. This is the location where Lenny Trinh was killed on his bicycle earlier in the week. 

 (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Shrine and Ghost Bike memorial for fallen bicyclist

Hai Tran, of Burbank, a lifelong friend of Lenny Trinh, sits alone next to his friend’s shrine on the 1300 block of Alameda Avenue in Burbank on Wednesday, April 18, 2018. This is the location where Lenny Trinh was killed on his bicycle earlier in the week. 

 (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Shrine and Ghost Bike memorial for fallen bicyclist

As the paint on the ‘ghost bike’ dries, people told stories about their fallen friend Lenny Trinh on the 1300 block of Alameda Avenue in Burbank on Wednesday, April 18, 2018. 

 (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Shrine and Ghost Bike memorial for fallen bicyclist

Rose and Amanda Trinh spray paint a donated bike white to represent the “ghost bike” once ridden by Lenny Trinh on the 1300 block of Alameda Avenue in Burbank on Wednesday, April 18, 2018. This is the location where Lenny Trinh was killed on his bicycle earlier in the week. 

 (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Shrine and Ghost Bike memorial for fallen bicyclist

The crowd continued to grow throughout the evening on the 1300 block of Alameda Avenue in Burbank on Wednesday, April 18, 2018. This is the location where Lenny Trinh was killed on his bicycle earlier in the week. Over 100 people, mostly family and friends and some who paid tribute but didn’t know him, told stories and chained a “ghost bike” to a tree.

 (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Shrine and Ghost Bike memorial for fallen bicyclist

Zachary Rynew, with Ghost Bikes and the Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition, takes a moment as he talks with the crowd on the 1300 block of Alameda Avenue in Burbank on Wednesday, April 18, 2018. This is the location where Lenny Trinh was killed on his bicycle earlier in the week.

 (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Shrine and Ghost Bike memorial for fallen bicyclist

Ex-wife Christina Trinh speaks about Lenny Trinh on the 1300 block of Alameda Avenue in Burbank on Wednesday, April 18, 2018. This is the location where Lenny Trinh was killed on his bicycle earlier in the week. 

 (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
Photo Gallery: Shrine and Ghost Bike memorial for fallen bicyclist

Christina Trinh, the ex-wife of Lenny Trinh, points out an area on the ‘ghost bike’ that could still use paint on the 1300 block of Alameda Avenue in Burbank on Wednesday, April 18, 2018. This is the location where Lenny Trinh was killed on his bicycle earlier in the week.

 (Tim Berger / Staff Photographer)
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