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San Fernando Valley Critical Mass

7:42 PM PDT on March 25, 2008

Not to conflict with other critical mass rides in the Los Angeles area, we have decided on the first Tuesday of the Month.

Like any Critical Mass ride, it won't have a planned route or any leaders. Let us try to figuer out what areas we want to visit by consensus before the ride sets off.

As always make sure your bike is in good working order before the ride and bring an extra tube(patch kit), and any kind of tools you might need to get it up and running again. (If you had a leak in your tire, chance are you'll have it again. Fix it up ASAP, not to interfer with your enjoyment)

All roads lead to Victory and Woodley,

Easy to get to from the end of the Red Line North Hollywood station..................

Off the Orange Line (travel west on Orange Line Bus Route or Bike Path from North Hollywood Red Line Station., travel east from Woodland Hills) Line 164 Metro Bus Line/east-west. Line 236/north-south.

Off the Interstate 405 Victory off ramp (traveling north turn right on Victory to Woodley, traveling south exit Victory off ramp-left on Haskell, right on Victory to Woodley.

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