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Northeast LA Critical Mass

5:03 PM PDT on June 10, 2008

Gather 6:30pm. Ride leaves at 7:00 PM.

Last
Friday of every month in hundreds of cities around the world, cyclists,
roller bladers, boarders, etc...come together for a festive rolling
celebration. It's an organized coincidence with no leaders and no set
agenda. People come together for many reasons, to assert their right to
cleaner air, less congestion, safer roads, and to celebrate and ride in
solidarity with other cyclists and like minded individuals. Celebrate
this month with Critical Mass!

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