When I rode in Ann Arbor, we always had small rides w/ a planned route. We played PSAs on our community radio station. Skateboards and other wheels were welcomed. During the rides, there was occasionally a jambox, but most often we sang songs. don't know the author, but here's my favorite CM song:
hey move it, hey shove it.
my bike is rad, I love it.
your car stinks, i don't think,
that we should breath more of it.
that toxic shit hangs in the air,
ain't never going anywhere.
why you want to spend your money,
just to give me cancer honey?
On Fri, Jan 23, 2009 at 10:16 AM, james blesdoe <email@example.com>
this is the web site that grew out of a response to the questions asked here. The primary difference between ridazz and critical mass
1. a planed route
2. a destination
3. a theme
4. not a protest but a social event ridazz rides happen later in the evening.
In Los Angel es we do have a huge population to draw from and the rotating one timers are harder to notice. If many smaller group rides begin happening in a particular area it will be like a omin-critical mass instead of once a month it becomes every week two or three times a weekend and then every body just starts using bicycles as primary transportation devices.
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