An interesting comment on the role of advocacy groups

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Re: An interesting comment on the role of advocacy groups

Postby il padrone » Tue Feb 12, 2013 4:00 pm

Bike Hour? Every equinox?

Why limit yourself to that. There is a 'bike hour' every month, in accessible urban locations. They even have one in Tasmania. If it's not accessible start your own. Known by the slight double-meaning of 'Critical Mass', last Friday of every month, at 5.30pm in most cities.

BTW, advocacy groups don't want to have any connections to it, and I see why and understand it. CM operates as a 'disorganisation'. Any links with formal organisations lays them open to charges of running a 'march' without a permit - shades of Bjelke's anti-march control mechanisms :roll: .
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