Pasadena Critical Mass

On your bikes Pasadena!
Together we are strong!

3rd Saturday of every month
Memorial Park
Adjacent to the Memorial Park Goldine Station
On Raymond between Walnut and Holly
Gather at 10:00 AM, leave by 10:30 AM.

is a slow paced social celebration of bicycles. All ages and ability
levels are welcome. Children should be able to ride predictably in a
straight line or should be in a trailer or on a trail-a-bike.

All can participate in our celebration of the bicycle and our right to ride.

We are traffic.

Critical mass is an event that is also a movement. A movement of bicycles, for bicycles, and by people on bicycles.


Pasadena Critical Mass

Memorial Park150 N Raymond Ave, pasadena,ca On your bikes Pasadena!Together we are strong! 3rd Saturday of every monthMemorial ParkAdjacent to the Memorial Park Goldine StationOn Raymond between Walnut and HollyGather at 9:30 AM, leave by 10:00 AM. All who like to ride are welcome…all bikes are cool bikes!We will ride at a normal pace—this is […]

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