Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Miami Critical Mass : Friday, July 27th



Friday, July 27th
6:30pm

Government Center
150 NW First Street
Downtown Miami

We will be riding through East Little Havana, Miracle Mile, Coral Way, Little Havana, The Roads, Brickell, and Downtown The route is available here, total distance is 12 miles. It's strongly suggested that you print a copy of the map for yourself in case you are tardy or get lost. The ride stops/ends at The Filling Station, which offers specials on food & drinks for cyclists. It's conveniently located in the heart of Downtown Miami and just two blocks from Government Center.

Don't forget to bring bicycle lights. It's the law!


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Please read the tips & guidelines to help you understand what is expected of all participants on this community ride. Cyclists ride at their own risk and assume responsibility for their own safety! This is a very big group, look out for one another.

We will be leaving at 7:15pm sharp. If you arrive late you will be left behind, the ride starts & ends in Downtown Miami. Rain or shine!

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Cue Notes:



The Filling Station will have specials for cyclists including some $3 beers and a $5 food menu (burgers, wings & veggie wraps), they also have indoor & outdoor seating plus an upstairs with televisions, foosball & air hockey. Bring a bicycle lock if you intend on going inside! See you there!



* Riders are advised to immediately clear the street and not obstruct traffic outside the establishment once we arrive, please move yourselves and bicycles to the surrounding sidewalks and/or parking lot across the street.

4 comments:

  1. It was an amazing experience......see my you tube video "Miami Critical Mass Riders".......you may see a friend......

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  2. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mS7wzEOhegU that's the link for the video.

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  3. You may not spot yourself in this video, but I put this together to convey the size of the group.

    http://vimeo.com/46773821

    It took me a couple months to get this figured out. And a painter's pole for the high shots.

    Thanks as always to the Miami Bike Scene.

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