Northeast LA Critical Mass

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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Newest Group of Ridazz: The LAPD

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For a full size version of the flyer, click here. Traditionally, small groups of bike riders from around the city gather together on the fourth Friday of the month and head to the Wilshire/Western Red Line Station to gather for Los Angeles Critical Mass.  This month, following what Streetsblog is calling the "Critical Mass Attack," […]

Los Angeles Central Critical Mass

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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 […]

Northeast LA Critical Mass

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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!

The “New” Critical Mass: Evolving, Not Dying

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When I rolled up to Wilshire and Western at 7:00 P.M. last Friday, there were already close to 750 cyclists present, everyone was in a good mood, and there was still a half hour before the ride was even supposed to start.  Ridecards were being handed out urging cyclists to follow the rules of the […]

Critical Mass Rides West, More Problems with “Escort”

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(editor’s note: Nope, I wasn’t there this month.  This is all second-hand reporting.  Alex de Cordoba did attend the mass and offers a report on the ride and thoughts on how it can move forward at The Engaged Observer. – DN) Last Friday saw the fifth installment of the Los Angeles Critical Mass/ LAPD rides.  […]

Santa Monica Critical Mass

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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 […]