Gimeno's sister said he had just left her house, on his way home when his bike was hit.
Gimeno's injuries were so traumatic doctors told his family there was no hope that he would survive.
"I think if he would have stopped, maybe my brother would still be here right now," Susan Riedy, Gimeno's older sister said. "I'm angry about that, and I know that my brother would want justice."
Gimeno's life was taken while doing something he loved.
Gimeno's family never expected Tuesday they would have to make one of the most difficult decisions of their lives: to take their brother off life support.
It was a sad goodbye they hope no other family ever has to make.
"I would just hope that people would have a conscience to care about other human beings," Riedy said.