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EVENTS: Sat, June 28 – Mississauga gets a Critical Mass

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* INAUGURAL RIDE *SATURDAY, JUNE 28th 6PMCELEBRATION SQUAREmeet in middle of the lawn circle Critical Mass happens at 6pm on the last friday of every month. Mississauga CM is on the following saturday, also at 6pm. This way, people from other CM rides can join MCM and Mississauga residents can attend other rides plus support […]


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Tonight: Zombie Bike Lane Critical Mass

Zombie Bike Lane Critical Mass

via Cycle Toronto: Like you, we were extremely disappointed by the 24-19 loss at City Council on Oct 2nd to save the Jarvis St bike lanes.  Cycle Toronto organized, held community meetings, held 2 large rides, launched a legal challenge and submitted a large petition. Community members wrote their councillors and demonstrated against the decision. […]


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Bike Events This Week (May 24-29, 2011)

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Here’s a fun rundown of everything going on over the next 7 days.  Remember, BikeMonth starts in 1 week! All Week: Tour de Dufflet (Dufflet Locations)   Thurs May 26 630am – Sunnybrook Hospital’s Bike to Work Day (Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, Bayview Campus) 4pm – 32 Spokes at Environment Day (Ted Reeve Arena)   […]


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Critical Mass Hallowe’en Edition This Friday

Critical Mass is riding this Friday… and as usual it’ll be meeting at Bloor & Spadina at 6:00 and riding at 6:30. This mass is usually the most fun, as everyone dresses up for Hallowe’en and rides in costume. Great responses from pedestrians. Discuss (and share photos from past Halloween Rides in the Biking Toronto […]


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Video: Toronto Critical Mass – February 2008

A very short video of February’s Critical Mass: From YouTuber jnyyz.


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Toronto Critical Mass Book Released

For those of you into the anarchic aspects of cycling advocacy, Darren Stehr of TorontoCranks has just released a collection in book form of 10 years worth of Critical Mass photos. The price may seem a little steep at $40 for a paperback, but this is independently produced. I’m not condoning or condemning Critical Mass, […]


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Critical Mass and Red Lights

I posted photos from July’s Critical Mass earlier today, and got a couple thought-provoking comments regarding the ride and red lights. Everything about Critical Mass is legal (as far as I can tell) except for the going through red lights thing. At “first blush”, it actually seems pretty sensible for two reasons: 1) it’s safer […]


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Critical Mass Toronto – July Photos

Here’s some pretty photos from last friday’s Critical Mass Ride. There were a lot of people there, but I’m not sure how many… anyone count them? On Bloor at St. George… you can see the Bata Shoe Museum there in the background. I was near the back of the Mass for most of the ride […]


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Critical Mass Tomorrow Night

July’s Edition of Critical Mass Toronto goes tomorrow night. Recent months have seen approximately 200 cyclists riding together, taking over the roads. It’s a lot like what the Don Valley Parkway looks like every morning and night, clogged with thousands of cars driving together, only Critical Mass does it with bikes, and on normal city […]


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Darren Stehr’s Critical Mass Book

Wow… cool news on Darren Stehr’s “Toronto Cranks” site! Darren is putting together a book about Critical Mass Toronto that will be a collection of various photos he’s taken of Critical Mass over the past 8 years. In addition, Darren is looking for your help. He wants to include your thoughts on Critical Mass, whether […]


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