Ghost bikes are white-painted bikes used to memorialize fatally injured cyclists. The bikes are often placed where the cyclist was injured, but the memorials are occasionally removed or stolen.
Matt Willens, founder and managing partner of the law firm, said a donated rack will provide a "constant memory" because a rack won't be removed.
"This is just a small token of saying the fallen victims are not forgotten, and we strive to make the world a safer place," Willens said.
The racks will be placed near the locations of bike collisions. Cyclists will be able to use them to secure their bikes, but ghost bikes may also be attached to the racks.
Willens said he has represented many bicyclists over the years, and he thinks the racks will "remind everyone who uses the road to pay attention."
"We want to make the biking world as safe as possible for everyone who participates in it," Willens said.
One rack will be available for each fatally injured cyclist, and they can be requested by contacting the law office at 312-957-4166.