Ride Civil on Black Friday: Bringing on the Thanksgiving civility

You’re cordially invited to our next Ride Civil ride (formerly Critical Man-nerds) this coming Friday the 23rd. Meet at Westlake Center, 5:30 pm.

All Ride Civil rides will focus on getting cyclists out on the streets, driving awareness of cyclists and cycling rights, having fun, and encouraging civil behavior between cyclists, motorists and pedistrians. This is your chance to come out and show Seattle traffic cyclists are here to stay and that we can share the roads with them without conflicts.

It’ll also be a great chance to get out and be social with other cyclists, maybe burn off a bit of that thanksgiving weight or haul back your Black Friday loot. So please bring your selves, your bike (cargo or otherwise), and your sense of humor and fun down to Westlake Center at 5:30 PM. We’ll go bike bus style – 2 abreast, social speed, no one left behind.

There’s another cargo bike focused ride earlier in the day for those who can’t make the later time.

p.s. We’re not stopping for any shopping, so get yours out of the way early, eh? See you there!



2 Comments

Hey Dave—why not sync this up with the Buy Nothing Day cargo bike ride your other huggers are pushing? We’re going to hit that one…

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On the other hand, having bikes out in the lunch hour AND the early evening is probably a good thing. I don’t don’t think we’ll be able to make both, but good ridin’ to ya!

Hey Tim, thanks’s for the catch, I’ve noted the other ride in the original post. More’s better, eh?

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