Bike It! Santa Ana – but bike it safe

Two siblings decided to get into action after their dad was hit by a car pulling out of a driveway two years ago. That was the catalyst for the campaign that would be known as “Bike It! Santa Ana.” (All photos: Rebekah Sager for Fox News Latino) 

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    From left: Mirabel Mateo 18 and Alitzel Velasco 14. 
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    From left: Mirabel Mateo, Tony Gatica and Lynnete Guzman ride on a section of Edinger where the protected bike lane is planned.
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    Alitzel Velasco visits the site of the Ghost Bike monument left for a young woman killed on Edinger riding her bike this year.
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    Lynnete Guzman.
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    Lynnete Guzman.
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    Mirabel Mateo.
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    Mirabel Mateo.
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