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Yes, we ride the last Friday of every month!


June is bike month!

June 2nd, Friday night, around 6pm
is a planning meeting for any interested in promoting/organising for

the JUNE 2000+6 Wheels Massive!
[where we hope to gather 2000 cyclists, skaters, bladers, runners, bouncers, funsters...]
Sadly, nobody remembered to announce that at last night's CM announcement time [that's what happens when no one is in charge]. But every CMasser [you] is definately invited. Discussion of such things is known about by joining the open velolove listserv.

I don't know the exact time or location of this meeting. I'll post it here as soon as I know. If you know, post the info as a comment please. The time is likely to be 6pm and location likely to be Science World Gazebo. Because that is where it was last time. But I'm not sure so don't quote me on that. I'll post it here when I know.

Anyway, the main thing decided at the last meeting was to make posters and distribute them at the Critical Mass to riders who could distribute them during this month of June. The word of Mass is spread person to person, primarily, so if we all get those cyclists we know or have contact with to come that is how we reach people.
These are the posters made by Redsara and Emily. Print them out and put them up on your local bike route, hand them out at work...
Here is my own poster:
updated from something I did last year.

June is Bike Month, put on by BEST, and there are tons of great things happening. They printed a big calender/flyer with all the info so look out for that. I'm not sure if it comes inserted in Momentum or another newspaper. Anyway there are thousands so get one. Otherwise look on their webpage for info. Also their webcalender is useful, if less to the point.


  • At 11:52 am, June 01, 2006, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    UBC CiTR's Discorder is also bike themed this month with some good stuff in it.


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