the rides are the last Friday of each month in most cities around the world Toronto 6pm meets on Temperance street south of Queen Street between young street and Bay street and some don't agreee on what the ride does but I believe we have every right to ride the roads and to stand up when bicycle riders are killed and the cops do nothing!!! and fighting to get bad drivers charged WE are traffic but to each his own ( no flame wars please ) cheers.....Steeker
Coolies I took the night off so I could go and was thinking of bringing my cargo trailer with my other bike , Steeker
Critical Mass Ride .. Well I was running late so I left the trailer and other bike and mett up with riders on Temperance Street , there was about 20 or so most likley do to rain but we had alot of peeps in costumses and NO COPS lol we had one cop stop traffic so could ride through we had alot of fun and cheer from the sidewalks ........ Steeker
I'm planning on taking part in Toronto's Critical Mass tonight (6 pm at Bloor & Spadina). Don't know what to expect as this'll be my first one.
I am a commuter, and am one of the believers that in order for drivers to recognize us as equals (as we are legally) to themselves, we have to abide by the same rules. I stop at red lights, I stop for streetcars with open doors, etc., etc. I hope Critical Massers tonight largely do the same, because I don't see the point in proving that we are as arrogant as some drivers are.