For the second time in less than a month, London’s cyclists will gather to commemorate the tragic and untimely death of one of their own in a vigil and die-in organized by the direct action protest group Stop Killing Cyclists.
On Monday, 9 February 2015 at 6pm (for 6:30pm) at Homerton High Street, near the Fire Station at Wardle Street, London E9, hundreds
will ride rode in memory of Akis Kollaros who was crushed under the wheels of a tipper truck a week before.
Akis, a music producer, was the 14th cyclist to be killed in the UK in 2015, and the second in London.
UPDATE – follow-up from event: CLICK HERE.
Details, including map: CLICK HERE.
Facebook event: CLICK HERE.
We ask as many of you as possible to attend and to remember our fellow cyclist as well as highlighting the need for space and decent infrastructure for cyclists.
If anyone knew the victim and would like to take part in the vigil, you would be very welcome. But we also respect the privacy of family and friends if they do not wish to take part.
Our deepest condolences to the family and friends.