Tag: critical mass
Friday: Critical Mass will ride to Dexter/Thomas to hold a vigil for Jaahnavi Kandula + Defunded safety project had been more than a decade in the making
Jaahnavi Kandula—a 23-year-old student from Adoni in the Andhra Pradesh state in India who was studying at the South Lake Union campus of Northeastern University—was walking across Dexter at Thomas Street in a marked crosswalk when a police officer driving an SPD SUV struck and killed her shortly after 8 p.m. Monday evening. Our condolences…
There was a time not long ago when one of the most prominent images of urban cycling in Seattle was one of social rebellion. Once much larger than today, Critical Mass drew cheers and scorn alike. Ultra-low-budget bike repair co-ops taught people how to wrench their rusty found road bikes back into working order, and…
What’s the point of getting all dressed up for Halloween if you’re not going to show it off by biking around town? Well, luckily you have a couple chances to do just that, starting today. The Midnight Mystery Ride meets at the Green Lake bleechers at 11:30 p.m. October 28. More details from the event…
OK, that didn’t happen. But Navy Capt. (Ret.) Louis Kriser is worried that headline could someday run if a public bike path goes in next to the Army-Navy Country Club in Arlington, Virginia. Biking Bis has good analysis, as always.