FAQs about Critical Mass

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FAQs.

A lot of people hesitate over Critical Mass because they don’t really understand what it is. Although it defies definition, we’ve compiled a list of ‘frequently asked questions‘ to shed some light on the issues and hopefully attract some new riders.

Edinburgh doesn't have a shortage of cyclists!
Edinburgh doesn’t have a shortage of cyclists, and Critical Mass offers a superb opportunity for them to come together and celebrate their shared interests. (Photograph borrowed from Edinburgh’s Pedal on Parliament ride – probably the greatest mass bike ride in Scotland)
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4 thoughts on “FAQs about Critical Mass

    David Brennan said:
    February 23, 2014 at 6:34 pm

    Hi,

    Just wanted to point out that the picture you’ve used in this blog is not Crtical Mass. It’s Pedal on Parliament which is a Scottish grassroots movement asking for safer cycling for all. 4000 attended in 2013 with another protest planned for 29th April 2014.

    If you want to learn more click the wesite link for details.

      waltonharry responded:
      February 23, 2014 at 6:51 pm

      Hi David, thanks for the comment.
      I’m well aware that the photo is from POP, and the caption to the photo alludes to the fact that “Edinburgh doesn’t have a shortage of cyclists”. However, I have since updated the caption to make this clearer.
      Cheers!

        David Brennan said:
        February 23, 2014 at 7:17 pm

        🙂 It all helps to spread the word…. Thanks.

    SRD (@SRDorman) said:
    February 23, 2014 at 10:37 pm

    errr…that’s 26th April 2014!!!!

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