There are over 150 white-painted bicycles chained up throughout New York City. Each bike represents a cyclist killed in traffic, and each is placed at the scene of the crash. The project first began in 2003, in St. Louis, Missouri, and it’s grown to become a worldwide effort. “Ghost Bikes” tells the story of one volunteer, Mirza Molberg, who joined the ghost bike project in 2011. In 2016, Molberg made a ghost bike for his girlfriend, struck and killed while on her way to work. We screened this somber, touching #VCselect directed by @ethanabrooks at our March gathering in New York City. Check out the full 🎬 at the link in our bio.