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Critical Mass Starts New Year

Posted by chdot on January 26, 2007

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Almost 50 people turned up for Edinburgh’s first Critical Mass of the year, which is a significant improvement on December’s bunch of five!

Perhaps this year it can be the first event of Edinburgh’s Hogmanay with hundreds of riders, from Edinburgh and around the world, bringing bicycle lights instead of fiery torches.

Critical Mass is a celebration of cycling, but occasionally regarded as ‘giving cyclists a bad name’ for briefly delaying motorists. Whether you agree or disagree, have your say after the screening of (We aren’t blocking traffic) We Are Traffic! on Monday 5th of February at 6.30pm – part of the Winter Bicycle Film Festival.

2 Responses to “Critical Mass Starts New Year”

  1. Tyre Lever said

    Well done to everyone who turned up for January’s Critical Mass. Lets try and build it as the light and weather improves. See you all Friday 23 Feb.

  2. […] others may make an appearance at Critical Masses and the Evening News […]

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