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|come to ypsi for a bike ride!||Elizabeth Bee Ayer||1||zollar98||7 years ago|
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|so, are we ridin' the 17th, or what?||DOUBLE-J||2||DOUBLE-J||9 years ago|
|hey everyone||randolphwan||1||DOUBLE-J||9 years ago|
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Group DescriptionCritical Mass Ann Arbor
Dedicated to spreading the world about the Ann Arbor Critical Mass monthly ride.
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What is Critical Mass?
Critical Mass is a global event during which bicyclists, skateboarders, roller bladers, roller skaters and other self-propelled people take to the streets en masse. It is typically held on the last Friday of every month in cities around the world.
Critical Mass is not led and as a group has no goals other than to meet once every month and enjoy the security and companionship of riding, rolling and travelling through the city together.
The general philosophy is expressed by the widely used slogan: "We aren't blocking traffic; we are traffic."
Critical Mass rides are self-organized and independent - often only the meeting place, date and time are fixed. In some cities, the route, finishing point, or attractions along the way may be planned ahead.
There is often a backdrop of non-violent protest: through doing it actively and in full public view, participants demonstrate the advantages of cycling in a city, and show how the city may be failing cyclists in terms of facilities and safety.
-Taken From the Wikipedia entry for "Critical Mass"
- Accepted content types: Photos, Videos, Images, Art, Screenshots
- Accepted safety levels: Safe