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Oct 1, 2006 10:40pm

critical mass

I went to my first Critical Mass on Friday, and I definitely plan to go back next month. The event happens in cities around the world during evening commute hour on the last Friday of every month. SF's local version is probably one of the bigger ones I have heard about, with thousands of cyclists showing up and occupying a few linear blocks of traffic along a route that varies each month. This month's route circled around SOMA, with detours up into the Transbay Terminal and back north across Market.

I noticed a slow leak in my rear tire around Mile #2, so I left the ride when it returned to Embarcadero BART. I wish I had been more prepared, because it seems to have ended up in the Broadway tunnel near the end.

(photo by McBomb)

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