Comments for Critical Mass London http://www.londoncriticalmass.org Last Friday of every month, South Bank under Waterloo Bridge 6.00pm to leave 6.30pm Thu, 01 Jan 2015 04:57:50 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.9.3 Comment on Critical Mass London 28 November 2014 by Marcin http://www.londoncriticalmass.org/critical-mass-london-28-november-2014/#comment-183 Thu, 01 Jan 2015 04:57:50 +0000 http://network23.org/criticalmasslondon/?p=219#comment-183 Another, shorter video of this critical mass is posted here: http://www.skubi.net/masy.html

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Comment on Next Critical Mass 28th November by Charlie http://www.londoncriticalmass.org/next-critical-mass-28th-november/#comment-152 Thu, 27 Nov 2014 15:34:53 +0000 http://network23.org/criticalmasslondon/?p=217#comment-152 Hi,
i have heard that the busy people at Crossrail are planning to deliver hundreds of tons of concrete to Farringdon station, beginning at 6pm tomorrow evening. That’s lots of lorries with overstressed drivers. Best keep out of the way. When I get details of the route I will tweet to @LDNcriticalmass

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Comment on Critical Mass London 29 August 2014 by SombraCycle http://www.londoncriticalmass.org/critical-mass-london-29-august-2014/#comment-143 Fri, 14 Nov 2014 14:35:21 +0000 http://network23.org/criticalmasslondon/?p=170#comment-143 Awesome ride and great work on this blog.

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Comment on When and Where? by Tarren http://www.londoncriticalmass.org/when-and-where/#comment-129 Fri, 31 Oct 2014 12:11:33 +0000 http://network23.org/criticalmasslondon/?page_id=8#comment-129 Hey guys,

I think the mass should leave a little later just to give people a chance to get there from work i work in a bike shop and like most bike shops we shut at around 6:30, myself and a lot of colleges love riding in the mass but sometimes we just cant make it in time.

Cheers guys!

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Comment on Who are we? What are our aims? by luker http://www.londoncriticalmass.org/who-are-we-what-are-our-aims/#comment-122 Tue, 21 Oct 2014 16:47:50 +0000 http://network23.org/criticalmasslondon/?page_id=6#comment-122 omg baby i am already there, i hate the traffic in london and this is gonna be so good to show them we are the best people out there not smogging up the planet and behaving like a fat pig.

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Comment on Critical Mass London 26 September 2014 by aaa http://www.londoncriticalmass.org/critical-mass-london-26-september-2014/#comment-120 Sun, 19 Oct 2014 11:53:42 +0000 http://network23.org/criticalmasslondon/?p=179#comment-120 Probably a thousand?

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Comment on Who are we? What are our aims? by Kit http://www.londoncriticalmass.org/who-are-we-what-are-our-aims/#comment-116 Sat, 11 Oct 2014 19:27:59 +0000 http://network23.org/criticalmasslondon/?page_id=6#comment-116 Critical mass is fun.

Critical mass raises the awareness of cyclists.

We come together because together our voice is louder.

London cycle infrastructure is not good. It is ok in places.

I would like to see it improved because i would like more people to cycle. It is healthy for people and healthy for the planet and that is good.

It’s important

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Comment on Critical Mass London 26 September 2014 by Linda http://www.londoncriticalmass.org/critical-mass-london-26-september-2014/#comment-109 Sun, 05 Oct 2014 18:58:35 +0000 http://network23.org/criticalmasslondon/?p=179#comment-109 I’m just curious… how many people were in the mass? :)
I saw it on Oxford Circus, and I was amazed!
Massive greetings from Iceland!

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Comment on Critical Mass London 26 September 2014 by Stanley Ricketts http://www.londoncriticalmass.org/critical-mass-london-26-september-2014/#comment-102 Wed, 01 Oct 2014 19:24:52 +0000 http://network23.org/criticalmasslondon/?p=179#comment-102 Sept. Mass spoiled by stopping at Buckingham Palace. After 40 minutes I went home.
Please no stops longer than 5 minutes. Critical Mass should be on the roads.

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Comment on Critical Mass London 29 August 2014 by Albert Beale http://www.londoncriticalmass.org/critical-mass-london-29-august-2014/#comment-99 Sun, 28 Sep 2014 21:14:45 +0000 http://network23.org/criticalmasslondon/?p=170#comment-99 Well – it always used to meet at 6pm (which was the advertised time) and leave by 6.30ish, years ago (sometimes before 6.30!), but it keeps on getting later.
I’d favour continuing to suggest a (n attempted) departure at 6.30, in the hope that we might manage to get away by 7pm
If we acfually publicised 7pm, people wouldn’t come until nearly then and we wouldn’t leave until 7.30 … which would be a pain, especially in the winter or in bad weather…
Sorry that work pressure made me miss the last couple of masses, but I’m lookking forward to a Halowe’en-y one next time, and hope to be back in the swing then.
Albert

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