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Velolove Announcement!

May 26, 2005 – Shiver me timbers, t’Pirate Critical Mass Ride is upon us all! ‘Tis Bike Month a comin’ an’ to kick off Bike Month we good pirates will be ridin’ the streets O’Vancouver! Yarrrrr…

Ye Friday the seven and twenty days of May, as we here know it to be the last Friday of t’month, ’tis it. So then it shall be a Pirate Critical Mass — ridin’ for one and all to join in or walk t’plank!

Arrrr.

We shall meet at t’Vancouver Art Gallery, downtown, between the mighty lions and where t’water spills from t’earth on the Georgia Street side. We shall parley there around 5:00 to 5:30 p.m., Pacific seaboard time. But I reckon we won’t be leavin’ until 6:00 p.m. that eve. We’ll be ridin’ to the Cape of Good Pedalling, with our bounty o’s afe and comfortable cycling, where Car-Free Island will be freed at last.

Come as ye will! Festooned in pirate gear for all to see! Bring flute or drum or any noisey thin’ you can muster t’inspire the imaginatin’. Not just ye bicycles but all those who sail under their own wind are welcome abord – be that skateboards, wheelchairs, rollerskates, or as it’may. We set out rain or shine so ye best come prepared!

Avast, Ye Scurvy Dogs!
We Arn’t Blockn’ Traffick!
We ARRRRRRR Traffick!!!

Help us spread the word by leafletting or putting up posters in your area!
Posters for the ride can be printed from here:

http://www.bikesexual.org/cm/pic/flyers/new/pirate2005.pdf
http://www.bikesexual.org/cm/pic/flyers/new/pirate2005.TIF

UBC riders meet at the UBC Bike Hub, on the north east end of the Student Union Building, at 4:30 p.m. for a group ride to the Vancouver Art Gallery. Phone 604-822-BIKE for details.

East Van riders meet 4:00 p.m., leaving 4:30 p.m., from Grandview Park, 1200-block Commercial Drive, for a group ride to the Vancouver Art Gallery.

Celebrated around the world, Critical Mass is a grassroots reclamation of public space — on the last Friday of the month — which allows cyclists and other self-propelled people to move safely and comfortably through city streets in a car-free space. Non-polluting forms of transportation are promoted.

For more information:
velolove@vancouver.indymedia.org
http://www.velolove.bc.ca
http://vancouvercm.blogspot.com

Worldwide details may be found at:
http://criticalmassrides.info or http://www.critical-mass.org

Last Friday of Every Month
5:30 pm Van. Art Gallery
Wear a Costume!

REVOLUTION IS NOT MOTORIZED





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Velolove Announcement

November 26, 2004 – Join fellow bicyclists, skaters, and bladers for a leisurely and spirited ride and roll through the streets of Vancouver. This Critical Mass celebrates Buy Nothing Day (also on November 26) and celebrates the cancellation of Vancouver as a host city for the pollution and reckless driving promoting Molson Indy!

The Wholesome Undie race flag will be on hand (see http://vancouver.indymedia.org/undie) and the start of Critical Mass will feature some rounds of Indy Out/Undie In on the stairs or around the fountain. Undies if you dare!

Meet rain or shine at the Vancouver Art Gallery on the Georgia Street side between 5:00 to 5:30 p.m., and roll and ride at 6:00 p.m. Decorated bicycles, trailers, costumes, signs, lights, noisemakers, sound systems, drums, trailers, and wildly modified bicycles are all highly encouraged.

UBC riders meet at the UBC Bike Hub, on the north east end of the Student Union Building, at 4:30 p.m. for a group ride to the Vancouver Art Gallery. Phone 604-822-BIKE for details.

East Van riders meet 4:00 p.m., leaving 4:30 p.m., from Grandview Park, 1200-block Commercial Drive, for a group ride to the Vancouver Art Gallery.

Granville Island Riders meet 4:30 p.m. north of the North Building of Emily Carr School, next to the picnic table. Email Rusl at spam@bikesexual.org for details.

Celebrated around the world, Critical Mass is a grassroots reclamation of public space — on the last Friday of the month — which allows cyclists and other self-propelled people to move safely and comfortably through city streets in a car-free space. Non-polluting forms of transportation are promoted.

For more information:
velolove@vancouver.indymedia.org
http://www.monkeywrenchcafe.org/cm
http://www.velolove.bc.ca

Worldwide details may be found at:
http://criticalmassrides.info or http://www.critical-mass.org

Earlier in the day at Robson Square in downtown Vancouver, there’s Buy Nothing Day celebrations starting 11:00 am with 4-5:00 pm being a Talent Show. See http://www.adbusters.org/metas/eco/bnd/ Organizers are encouraging participants to join Critical Mass at 5:30 pm.






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