[dc-critmass-list] Couriers save the day our last ride
lukekuhn at hotmail.com
Wed Dec 7 01:01:22 GMT 2005
On Friday, most of the riders who came out were messengers. Few of our
normal riders showed due to the severe weather, but messengers were putting
on a benefit race the next day for Rico.
See story on www.dc.indymedia.org
>From: bob x <savetheenvironmentx at yahoo.com>
>To: dc-critmass-list at lists.mutualaid.org
>Subject: [dc-critmass-list] Re: dc-critmass-list Digest, Vol 36, Issue 1
>Date: Sat, 3 Dec 2005 21:12:48 -0800 (PST)
>Welcome! I am hoping that we can get more bikers out
>more of the time, I have a hard time getting down to
>Dupont by 6:15 sometimes because I have to get my bike
>and take a whole bunch of damned buses to get down
>there because it is too far to ride and metro is so
>screwed up that I can't bring my little BMX bike on
>from 4 to 7! Any of the messengers out there should
>come out and get their fellow messenger bretheren out
>to the rides and build these rides to make them Uber
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