From now on Critical Mass Edinburgh is meeting at 6.30pm at Mid-Meadows Walk to leave at 7pm. Continue reading
Last month’s Critical Mass ride was simply awesome – so many friendly smiling faces. If you haven’t seen it already here is a blog post about May’s ride. And then this was also quickly followed up by another exciting cycling event Edinburgh’s World … Continue reading
Last month’s Pedal on Parliament was a great day out for Critical Mass, and one in which our sound-system + flags attracted a lot of positive attention. We certainly did the Mass proud, and really advertised the sort of fun we … Continue reading
Pedal on Parliament has quickly grown to become a major event in the Scottish cycling calendar. Now in its third year and attracting thousands of participants, the basic principle behind the ride is that by pedalling to parliament en masse, we send a … Continue reading
Although there is something of an unofficial ‘formula’ for rides, it seems that in reality Critical Mass models tend to vary around the world. Instead of meeting on the last Friday of the month, for instance, the Budapest contingent meets only … Continue reading
A mild February saw some unseasonably good cycling weather, and while I braved the roads on my lonesome I couldn’t help but look forward to the Critical Mass bike celebration I’ve got used to having on the last Friday of … Continue reading
My hometown Olomouc is a students´ city in Moravia, in the east of the Czech Republic. The city has about hundred thousand residents and is located in the floodplain of the Morava River. The flat ground makes the city ideal … Continue reading
During January’s Critical Mass there was considerable interest in the little red boom-box strapped to my bike… What’s inside? How did you make it? Is it complicated? Can I make one? In an attempt to answer these questions, I’m going to begin … Continue reading
Author: Harry Walton Sincerest apologies to my fellow Edinburgh Massers, for I have been absent from the last two rides due to commitments in London. While down south, however, I made it an absolute priority to attend London’s Masses – … Continue reading
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