Parents sue cycling website for complicity in son’s death | Berkeleyside

Marilyn’s eyes light up when she talks about riding fast down a hill. Mike Riddle is always pushing the limit. We habitually stop at the bottom and caompare fastst times–well, everyone else does. Me? I’m too chicken to compete.

But this story isn’t about what you and your friends do unless you count all those friends you’ve only met on the social networks. –Corrie

 

William and Kathleen Flint filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Strava in San Francisco Superior Court on Monday June 18 for “encouraging dangerous behavior.”

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