Floyd would have celebrated his 47th birthday on Oct. 14, before his tragic death was caught on camera in Minneapolis in May.
His death sparked national outrage as the graphic video gained publicity showing an officer kneeling on Floyd's neck for over eight minutes.
However, the Third Ward community is committed to making sure his legacy continues. Commissioner Rodney Ellis held a news conference on Saturday to celebrate Floyd's life.
During the bike ride, the group made a stop at the recently unveiled mural which shows Floyd along with a reminder to 'Go Vote'.
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