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Critical Mass Bike Ride 27/03/2009 : Sumac Centre Diary
Veggies Calendar and Events Diary, compiled and co-ordinated by Veggies ... Critical Mass for everyone who rides a bike in Nottingham and wants to take part ...
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The Critical Mass site | A list of ALL cm bike rides in the world
A directory of Critical Mass bicycle rides all over the world. ... San Diego. Last Friday @ 7:00 at the big fountain in front of the Reuben H. Fleet Science ...
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The Critical Mass site | A list of ALL cm bike rides in the world
The idea started in San Francisco in September 1992 and quickly spread to cities all ..... Touring: Bicycle Universe Tips for planning a cross-country tour. ...
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The Critical Mass site | A list of ALL cm bike rides in the world
Reclaim the Streets (San Francisco, CA US) A movement which advocates massive street parties, covertly painting bike lanes onto roadways, and other ways to ...
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The Critical Mass site | A list of ALL cm bike rides in the world
Bike Summer is an annual bike festival with rides, activist workshops, ... International group based in Europe working towards a car-free society. ...
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The Critical Mass site | A list of ALL cm bike rides in the world
Lots of info but poorly organized. girlBike.com. Resources for women cyclists. International Bike Fund Huge advocacy site/organization, with resources about ...
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The Critical Mass site | A list of ALL cm bike rides in the world
New York. Cyclist victory! The police crackdown on CM for "parading .... A huge, searchable list of all kinds of bike rides across the United States. ...
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Worldwide Critical Mass Hub
The Origin of Critical Mass. The first Critical Mass ride was in September 1992 in San Francisco. There were 48 people. The ride increased in size by about ...
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The Critical Mass site | A list of ALL cm bike rides in the world
2002, this book chronicles the birth and evolution of the ride in S.F. and ... Check out websites about the San Francisco and Los Angeles incidents, ...
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The Critical Mass site | A list of ALL cm bike rides in the world
Touring: Bicycle Universe Tips for planning a cross-country tour. Covers training, what to pack, equipment, trip journals, and more. ...
 
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