By CBS 2 Chicago Staff

CHICAGO (CBS) — Bicyclists bundled up for a chilly night Saturday to honor a fellow cyclist killed by a truck driver.

Dozens of people turned out at a memorial along the 606 Trail for Jose Velasquez. It’s one of the places the 16-year-old loved to ride with his friends.

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Velasquez was killed on Dec. 10 when a truck driver turned into a driveway and hit him on his bike.

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Saturday, friends remembered his passion for riding.

The driver of the truck was ticketed for failing to yield.

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Velasquez’s friends are also arranging for a “ghost bike” to be placed at the crash site to remind drivers to be careful and watch out for cyclists.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff