Police report no incidents in yesterday’s “Kill the Streets” mass motorcycle ride

Riders in the “Kill the Streets” ride said that the ride is organized “to raise awareness of the dangers motorcyclists face.”

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Update 7/28/2016: Denver Police are now seeking help identifying the riders.

Update: Denver Police sent this update in an email: “We received some 911 calls about traffic being stopped on I-25. When officers arrived, to the area, traffic was flowing.”

Earlier: Denver Police say there were no incidents in yesterday’s mass motorcycle ride. A reported motorcycle accident at Colorado and I-70 was not related.

“That was a single motorcycle accident,” said DPD public information officer Sonny Jackson, adding that the rider suffered serious bodily injury.

Riders in the “Kill the Streets” ride told Denver 7 that the ride is organized “to raise awareness of the dangers motorcyclists face on a day-to-day basis every time they take the road.”

They told CBS4 it’s “to honor riders killed on the road.”

Here’s some video from last year’s ride:

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