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For discussing anything Critical Mass. Your loves, your hates, things you would like to see more or less of, theory, hooligans.. Any topic open for discussion

Location: Chicago
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SUGGESTED map for October 2015 1 Reply

Started by Bob Kastigar. Last reply by Andrew Bedno Oct 26, 2015.

April 2014 Critical Mass 1 Reply

Started by Lisa Sanzenbacher. Last reply by Andrew Bedno Nov 22, 2013.

May Critical Mass - Ride/After Party 5 Replies

Started by Ms. Red [Jessy Doolin]. Last reply by Zotex - Scott E. Long May 25, 2013.

Critical Mass Videos 6 Replies

Started by Aaron Bussey. Last reply by Barbra Mann Nov 4, 2012.

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Comment by Bob Kastigar on September 2, 2019 at 12:05pm

Pictures and videos from the August 2019 Critical Mass gathering and ride:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/kastigar/albums/72157710630414951

Comment by Andrew Bedno on August 28, 2019 at 12:52pm

Friday's map flyer:

Comment by Bob Kastigar on August 25, 2019 at 7:28pm

Any proposal for a route on Friday, 8/30?

(Map from 2018 and 1999)

Comment by Bob Kastigar on April 27, 2019 at 1:23pm

Pictures from the Critical Mass ride in April 2019

https://www.flickr.com/photos/kastigar/albums/72157704805121722

Comment by Bob Kastigar on October 27, 2018 at 3:49pm

Pictures from the start of the October 2018 Critical Mass, the Halloween Ride:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/kastigar/albums/72157702887772685

Comment by Bob Kastigar on July 29, 2017 at 1:17pm

What a great ride!  Kudos to whoever drew the map and made the route.  Who did make the map? It was like the 'old days' where there were no long stretches, the mass stayed "massed up" and it really was more like a-ride-not-a-race.

https://www.flickr.com/photos/kastigar/albums/72157684309940361

Not many pictures and just one short video.

A highlight:  Peter showed up on this three-wheeler!  We haven't seen him for months, he said he had problems with the bearings on his bicycle.  But it was good to see him out again and joining us a Delay Plaza.

Comment by Andrew Bedno on July 6, 2017 at 11:13am

<3 U BK!  Bikes fight terrorism.  Every mile driven costs soldier blood and orphan tears.

Comment by Aaron Bussey on July 4, 2017 at 12:31pm

Yeah!?

Comment by bk (aka: Dr. Mambohead) on July 4, 2017 at 10:55am
America isn't a democracy, it is a Kleptocracy! Everybody is encouraged to be a little lawless. Our laws are arbitrarily enforced and "Justice" is whimsically dispensed. Giant Corporation are paid to collapse the banking system and crap in the Gulf.

We tell every person there are no limits... no boundaries.... no limit to what they can do.... That they all should swaggar.... There. Now. Let's all have a civilization!

Results:
Sit for 20 minutes at ANY traffic control device, and, if you survive the cross-fire, you will have seen hundreds of cyclists and motorists scofflaw!

Cars are State Sponsored Socialism for Business and Medicine! 20,000+ motorists killed yearly? More than terrorism!!!. The Eisenhower i290 represents a river of unpaid banking/debt. Cars are every thing that Is killing the environment, stealing joy and free-time and making people obese.

Critical Mass for a couple of hours, once a month, does what cars do every waking minute of every day:

Kleptocracy.
Comment by bk (aka: Dr. Mambohead) on July 4, 2017 at 10:34am
There is much now to this website that has become mostly about carbon-fibre, lycra and high-end competition advocacy. As soon as folks start talking about "community" minds doors begin to slam shut, as that word has become a PC way to be exclusive'and really an advocate ultimately only for some.

Hey!... Next Chainlink event... Look for the jackass riding a rusty coaster break bike!... They may be wearing regular shorts and a t-shirt. Weirdo.
 

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