RIVERSIDE (CBSLA.com) — A Riverside man is asking for the public’s help finding the hit-and-run driver who struck him while biking Saturday morning.

Magdalena McAdams says her husband, Chris, was riding his now-mangled bike shortly after 7 a.m. when he was hit and the driver took off.

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Chris says he was wearing a helmet but suffered a concussion along with a bruised shoulder, and now wears a brace for his broken back, ribs and toe.

“I must’ve been knocked out right away because I don’t remember anything about it,” he said, showing his injuries.

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A Riverside Police Department spokesperson confirms a report was taken but the McAdams say no arrests have been made.

“He could’ve died. … He could’ve died,” Magdalena said. “I think it’s inhumane. You don’t do that to anybody or anything. You don’t even do that to an animal.”

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They’re asking that anyone with information call authorities.