A Winchester man wants the city to better maintain storm grates like the busted one that grabbed his bicycle’s front tire last week and sent him over the handlebars and into a busy street. Michael Hocking, an applied arts teacher at Joseph Lane Middle School in Roseburg, was cycling with his wife, Tami Hocking, on Garden Valley Boulevard on May 14 when he crashed. A police photograph taken shortly after the accident shows horizontal bars missing from a grate near Cedar Street, leaving openings large enough for a tire to fall through. Hocking was flipped into the street during busy, …
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