Posts Tagged ‘Critical Mass’

Allegedly it does appear that at least 12 people were injured in the Critical Mass. Luckily no one was killed.

One cyclist who was on the ride Camilo Colling, told the Brazilian website Terra Brasil that he spoke to the driver just before the incident, asking him to be patient and stop behaving aggressively towards the riders in his path and warning him that there were children and older people taking part in the ride ahead. The driver allegedly replied “Yes but I’m in a hurry” before ploughing his car in to the group of cyclists in front of him.

More details here.

Another Critical Mass, in Rome this time. Relatively peaceful as it’s supposed to be.

I can’t believe it happened. I can’t even watch it again. It’s just so sad how people hate so much. I hope this can result in justice. Cyclists must stand together!

Twelve bikers shown up for the Critical Mass February today. Yes, twelve. This is exactly how “critical” to be riding in Critical Mass in Hong Kong. We can’t back off. It was all wide smiles for everyone today though.

Met Ed for the first time, to whom Brian and I did a FRAME interview. Forgot to switch on the voice recording half way through the interview. Had to re-film all over again. Sorry Ed! Nice interviewing with you. Brian should have it ready in a few days. Stay tuned!

Perhaps due to a Yellow Rain Signal, no one showed up in the Critical Mass of August. I was not aware of it when I headed to the gathering point. So I guess it’s a private Critical Mass this time.

Music is Paving the Way (re:plus Remix) courtesy of Incise.

After the ride I dropped by Bike 7, which is one of the bike shops that I often visit. They carry a neat range of downhill bikes and road bikes. Owner and staff are friendly and helpful. I learnt a great deal from them here.

Bike 7’s address: G/F, 49 Sa Po Road, Kowloon City.

About what is Critical Mass bike ride.