Posted 9 years ago BadlyWiredDog Full Member I now really regret having wasted ten maas of my life giving you Peak route advice last week.
Manchester critical mass – march
After reaching Piccadilly Station, we continued into Ardwick to finish at the rather fantastic Beer Nouveau. So, plenty of tunes as we went round as the sun began to fade.
However as soon as a vehicle appeared behind me, I would move over in to the left hand lane. Posted 9 years ago gwj72 Free Member Ironically I just picked up my post.
Posted 9 years ago. And ironically, nowhere more so than this forum. Home List of rides UK Manchester Look up on Google / Wikipedia Meet 6pm Central Library every.
March's Critical Mass saw the return of sunny skies and warm temperatures. That will be the guy from Tib street on the fixie, and the l from canal street as the rest of them.
The turnout was pretty mancehster too, with quite a few people saying it was their first Critical Mass of the year. You reek of smug, selfish, self-absorbed, prejudice. Critical Mass: Used to love it.
Is it any wonder that the cyclist is becoming more and more hated by other road users? From there, we headed briefly into Salford, before returning past Wynne swingers club. Swinging. cathedral and into the Northern Quarter. Something of a surprise, given what the weather was like a few.
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Something of a surprise, given what the weather was like a few weeks ago. Critical Mass Manchester. We also had the pleasure of two soundsystems, which was a nice treat.
This was the first time the ride finished here and it made a nice change from the usual places. Every time I read about another cyclist killed or injured in a road traffic accident, it reminds me that we live in a country where cyclists are second class citizens.
It was clearly posted that the left hand lane was for cyclists and the right hand lane for vehicles. There were large sections of the route, where the road was made one way for the day. The cyclists that refused seemed to be doing it, just to wind the drivers up!
Another lovely Critical Mass! Summary; About.
However many cyclists continued to ride in the right hand lane, where they would stay even if a car appeared behind them! The left hand lane was for cyclists and the right hand lane for vehicles. Let's Ride, Manchester – Friday, 26 Apr Supported by British Cycling.