Surrey Critical Mass

Surrey Critical Mass
We're not blocking traffic: we are traffic!

Thanks to all who rode!

Surrey's first Critical Mass happened Saturday, March 24th (2007). We met at 3:30pm in the square under Central City tower, within view of the Surrey Central SkyTrain Station, and left at 4pm in a light drizzle. Do we want to do more rides? Let's talk. Send us an email at (and send us photos for posting too!)

Wednesday, March 28, 2007

Photos from the ride!

Okay, it's been a few days but some photographs have come in, and here they are!

Here's a bunch of the fifty-five cyclists (from Surrey, North Delta, Langley, Richmond, and Vancouver) gathering under the awning at the gorgeous Central City tower in Whalley (a.k.a "Surrey Central")

... and here's the Mass of cyclists (which included acting-Mayor Bob Bose for the first portion of the ride) taking off down Fraser Highway.

... and here's the two cars and the dumptruck that stopped traffic coming the other way, by thinking they could reasonably and safely pass our mass of cyclists (illegally, by the way, over the double yellow line). It was a little tense, but we stopped them cold to halt their endangerement of the other cars on the road -- not to mention the cyclists and pedestrians!

... and finally we took a leisurely stroll down 152nd, and around the mall, before heading back to our meeting spot, all the way down 104th.

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