“Then, against a chain-link fence, you can’t miss them: They are covered in flowers, ornaments, and handwritten notes. Throughout the day, people stop to look at them, to pay respects, and to confirm what happened on this road on Tuesday, June 7 was real. Five bicycles, painted white.” The WSJ’s Jason Gay goes to Kalamazoo to see how a vibrant cycling community in western Michigan is coping with unthinkable tragedy.