ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. -- Gary Miller still can't believe his only son is gone, killed while riding his bike home from working a night shift at IHOP.
"It was a total shock when the officer talked to me, I just fell to my knees," said Miller.
Police say Randy Miller, 43, died after suffering critical injuries when he was struck by a car while riding in the bike lane on State Road 16.
Investigators are still searching for the driver.
"I don't see how they could do that," said Miller. "I thought it was very inhumane."
The cycling community is now pushing for change to make the roads safer for everyone.
According to Heather Neville, director of Velofest, Miller was the sixth cyclist to get hit by a car in St. Johns County in just one week.
"Unfortunately, it's happening so frequently right now that I'm getting more angry than I am sad because we need to get to the bottom of why it's happening," said Neville.
Velo Fest will be attending the St. Johns Traffic Safety meeting on Tuesday to speak with county leaders on ways to make the road safer for everyone.
Miller said he plans to cremate his son's body.
"He was a good man, he worked hard," said Miller.
Randy Miller's co-workers plan to hold a fundraiser in honor of his memory.