Brandeis is going to Critical Mass.
Hey you know I am awfully critical of somethings. Also I live in Massachusetts. What are you doing this Friday. How about a critical mass bike ride? Critical Mass is an amazing event that happens in many cities throughout the country where people get together and ride their bikes around at such a critical mass that they actually become traffic. It is a beautiful experience to be riding your bike on these streets and be looking around without worrying about other cars (just other bikes). It is liberating to just be free on these street areas.

The Boston Critical Mass is every last Friday of the month and it departs around 5:30 from Copley Square. Feel free to join us as we go on the epic 7 mile journey to the Back Bay from the Great Lawn. Bikers of all abilities are welcome to come and take a stand against critical mass not happening, ut also to bring awareness to the existence of bike riders and biking as a viable solution to fossil fuel based transport.

If you want to go with me soglesby@brandeis.edu is my email. Otherwise see you at Copley Square at 5:30, it should be in the mid 40s.

One comment on “Critical Mass”

  1. Phil LaCombe Says:

    When are you leaving? I was hoping to get some people together for 4:40, although I’m not sure we’d get there for 5:30. I remember from the last ride I did that they don’t really start on time.