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Critical Mass Brooklyn

7:00 PM EDT on October 13, 2006

Friday, October 13, 2006, 7 pm

Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn, (Prospect Park, North) and Bklyn End of
Williamsburg Bridge

Critical Mass
Brooklyn

Critical Mass is a monthly celebration of bicycles and other nonpolluting
means of transportation, exercising our right to the road. Critical Mass is a
movement, not an organization; no two riders participate for exactly the same
reason. Brooklyn Critical Mass started rolling in 2004.

Second Friday of every month, 7:00 p.m., meeting at Grand Army Plaza. Come
out and join Critical Mass in Brooklyn. Celebrate cycling, and assert your right
to the road, with friendly police escort, no less -- Brooklyn style!

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