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Christmas Critical Mass
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Come to pigeon park at 6 on Friday 3rd of December.  It'll be critical mass with added festive cheer.  You might even get a glass of mulled wine and a mince pie.  Even better you might bring some to…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Stuart Kennedy Nov 25, 2010.

 

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Jake, LS and paul adams are attending Duncan Bryson's event

July Critical Mass at St Phillips Cathedral, Birmingham

July 1, 2011 from 6pm to 10pm
We meet; we chat and and admire each others bikes; we ride around town at a leisurely pace, enjoying the fact that in a large group cycling is safe and sociable; we go to the pub and make friends. Critical Mass is a lot of fun and very empowering. Last month 80 riders took part, the biggest ever.  We got a lot of positive reaction from people around the city centre, even from some motorists!See More
Jun 28, 2011
Duncan Bryson replied to Richard Smith's discussion Critical Mass - thoughts??
"I have a whole load of flyers, well dozens at least.  Others on the next ride will also have some, come along and pick some up."
Jun 13, 2011
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July Critical Mass at St Phillips Cathedral, Birmingham

July 1, 2011 from 6pm to 10pm
We meet; we chat and and admire each others bikes; we ride around town at a leisurely pace, enjoying the fact that in a large group cycling is safe and sociable; we go to the pub and make friends. Critical Mass is a lot of fun and very empowering. Last month 80 riders took part, the biggest ever.  We got a lot of positive reaction from people around the city centre, even from some motorists!See More
Jun 12, 2011
Michael James Matthews is attending Duncan Bryson's event

July Critical Mass at St Phillips Cathedral, Birmingham

July 1, 2011 from 6pm to 10pm
We meet; we chat and and admire each others bikes; we ride around town at a leisurely pace, enjoying the fact that in a large group cycling is safe and sociable; we go to the pub and make friends. Critical Mass is a lot of fun and very empowering. Last month 80 riders took part, the biggest ever.  We got a lot of positive reaction from people around the city centre, even from some motorists!See More
Jun 10, 2011
Duncan Bryson replied to Richard Smith's discussion Critical Mass - thoughts??
Jun 10, 2011
Duncan Bryson replied to Richard Smith's discussion Critical Mass - thoughts??
"It's generally a good natured ride.  It is true that any group that large is going to hold up motor vehicles and some drivers get angry about that.  There is debate about whether to let drivers through, but once you have cars cutting…"
Jun 10, 2011
Duncan Bryson posted an event

July Critical Mass at St Phillips Cathedral, Birmingham

July 1, 2011 from 6pm to 10pm
We meet; we chat and and admire each others bikes; we ride around town at a leisurely pace, enjoying the fact that in a large group cycling is safe and sociable; we go to the pub and make friends. Critical Mass is a lot of fun and very empowering. Last month 80 riders took part, the biggest ever.  We got a lot of positive reaction from people around the city centre, even from some motorists!See More
Jun 9, 2011
Stuart Kennedy replied to Duncan Bryson's discussion Christmas Critical Mass
"Running... Cycling Minimalism..."
Nov 25, 2010
Duncan Bryson replied to Duncan Bryson's discussion Christmas Critical Mass
"yep, I run (slowly) and cycle. Just need to brush up on the swimming now. Were you running too? I don't know you as captain Buckfast"
Nov 24, 2010
Duncan Bryson posted a discussion

Christmas Critical Mass

Come to pigeon park at 6 on Friday 3rd of December.  It'll be critical mass with added festive cheer.  You might even get a glass of mulled wine and a mince pie.  Even better you might bring some to share!! Go on!!!!See More
Nov 24, 2010
Duncan Bryson posted an event

Christmas Critical Mass at Pigeon Park, outside the cathedral

December 3, 2010 from 6pm to 10pm
We meet in pigeon park, we drink mulled wine and eat festive treats, we ride around for a bit, preferable with fairy lights and / or xmas costumes and carols, we go to the german market beer stand or the pub.It's an early christmas get together with bikes!See More
Nov 24, 2010
Duncan Bryson is now a member of Birmingham Cyclist
Nov 30, 2009

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What sort of riding do you do?
commute,fitness, touring
Where do you live?
Moseley
Tell us about your bike(s)
Specialized S works road bike, old steel framed fixie, aluminium audax/commuter/winter bike
About me
not as fit as I used to be

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