Friday, November 23, 2007


Spread the good news far & wide...

Yes, it's that time of the year again!!!

Friday 30th November 2007

Meeting 5:30pm for 6pm departure

Hyde Park Fountain

Join cyclists far and wide as hundreds and thousands converge for the ride over the Harbour Bridge... ON THE ROAD!!!

Critical Mass is an organised coincidence that occurs every last Friday of the month in cities worldwide whereby large numbers of cyclists happen to be cycling in the same direction at the same time, reclaiming city streets for a split second to realise the ideas of community and safe, fun, sustainable transportation.Critical Mass is open to all types of cyclists in various age groups, backgrounds and skill levels.

It is recommended that you wear your helmet and have working front and rear bike lights or else the coppers might hassle you and prevent you from participating in this fun, free event.

The ride commences at the Hyde Park Fountain at 6pm. There is usually a high police presence to "escort" cyclists. The ride ends at the Noodle Markets in Civic Park, North Sydney around 7pm.

There will be a large number of cyclists returning back to the city in order to make it to the Bicycle Film Festival being screened at Dendy Opera Quays, starting 7:30pm. If you would like to join us, it is advised you purchase your tickets IN ADVANCE as these screenings will probably sell out. More info

So come along, bring your portable sound system, dress yourself up and your bicycle up to celebrate non-motorised transportation in Sydney!

Whoo hoo!

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