Tuesday, January 28, 2014
Miami Critical Mass : Friday, January 31st
Friday, January 31st
150 NW First Street
We will be riding through East Little Havana, West Flagler, Coral Gables (Miracle Mile), Coral Way, Shenandoah, Little Havana, Riverside, and Downtown. The route is available here, total distance is approximately 13 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 will be ending at The Filling Station Express which is located on NW 1st Ave between 3rd & 2nd St (east side of Government Center). Adjacent to the parking lot where most participants typically park their vehicles.
The Filling Station Express will be serving food, $3 - $4 craft beers, and wine. This is the sister store of the original The Filling Station, we are not ending at the original location on SE 2nd St. Once again, this is a new location!
We will be screen printing free Miami Critical Mass t-shirts after the ride.. bring your own t-shirt and get it printed for free. Light and dark colors...
Bring your bicycle sound systems... You are the street/parking lot party!
Don't forget to bring bicycle lights. It's the law! 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!
THIS IS NOT A RACE! SLOWER RIDERS TO THE FRONT!
The Magic City Bicycle Collective will have a tent set up in the parking lot with a repair stand and t-shirts. They will demonstrate simple bike care and do minor bicycle repairs and maintenance. Make a donation to this great non-profit group if they assist you!
Bring a bike lock.. don't lose your bike by being careless. Do not leave your bike unattended if not locked securely. Also, don't leave your bike(s) inside your vehicles and/or car bike racks without locking them.
The Filling Station Express is located at 221 NW 1st Ave, get directions.
PLEASE READ & SHARE THIS!
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 large group and you should all look out for one another.