A white bike has been placed at the junction of Devil's Dyke Road and Saddlescombe Road, where cyclist James Danson-Hatcher was hit and killed by a car travelling at around 60 mph.(more info here)
Bricycles campaigns for traffic speed reduction on rural roads. People need space to exercise and to enjoy the countryside. It is no longer acceptable for traffic to travel so fast that it is impossible for the driver to avoid a crash with a pedestrian or a cyclist. 40 mph is more than enough on the city’s rural roads and 20 is plenty in places where people live.
A BBC story about the ghost bike and Brighton project can be viewed here.