Nathan Crowson used a bike to get around town because he couldn't afford a car, but more importantly, his passion was bikes.
Friday night, hundreds came out to remember the cyclist, the artist, and most importantly, the father of a little girl.
Hundreds met at LSU, then biked 12 miles for a man whose life was cut short by an alleged drunk driver. Nathan Crowson, a former WAFB employee, died last Saturday when he was hit by a drunk driver.
Dressed as "Batgirl," since she called her dad "Batman," Nathan's 5-year-old daughter Katherine was just one of hundreds of cyclists who turned out to ride in honor of Nathan Crowson.
Police say 28-year-old Joseph Branch, hit and killed Crowson last Saturday night. Records show Branch was nearly 4 times the legal limit.
Wheel by wheel, bike by bike, hundreds of cyclists were on their way for a 12-mile trek. They pedaled down Perkins Road to the crash site that's now turned into a memorial, or to what some refer to as, "ghost bike."
One by one, cyclists placed flowers. Little Katherine left her dad a note saying, "You were awesome."
Relatives have set up an account at E Federal Credit Union called Katherine Coburn Fund.
Nathan's friend, Danny Morris, was also riding with him that night. Earlier in the day Friday, he woke up from a medically-induced coma. His family is asking for blood donations.