Critical Mass essays, flyers, images from San Francisco, 1992-1998
(and a few from the 21st Century),
by Chris Carlsson, Jim Swanson, Hugh D'Andrade and friends

Critical Mass: Ride Daily, Celebrate Monthly
Illustration by Beth Verdekal

Introduction
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How To Make a Critical Mass:
Lessons and Ideas from
the San Francisco Experience

Hey! Get out of our way!
Illustration by Jim Swanson
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We're Sorry!
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Critical Mass From the Inside Out

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1993
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Critical Mass SF 1st Birthday
Critical Mass: One Year Old
Illustration by Jim Swanson
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We ARE Traffic!
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Critical Mass Comic
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Massive Critique
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Criticizing TV, or Who You Callin' 'Mass'?
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Think Guilt'll Get 'Em?
Think Again!!

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Radical Patience
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Cops and Their Counterparts:
2 sides of the same coin!

Officer Frank Friendly
Illustration by Jim Swanson

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1994
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Critical Miss Massives, April Fools 1994
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Comments on
Department of Parking & Traffic Hearings,
Jan. 1994


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Critical Massifesto
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Unofficial personal remembrance of
first two years of SF's Critical Mass

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DPT Attacks CM
and an Enthusiast Responds


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Critical Mass Two Years Old?!
Critical Mass San Francisco: 2nd Anniversary
Illustration by Jim Swanson

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Safety Tips

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1995
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Freeway Stump Tour
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Discussion on March 1995 ride
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Bicycling Over the Rainbow: Redesiging Cities and Beyond
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Critical Mass 3rd Birthday:
It's Gotten Boring!

Critical Mass San Francisco: 3rd Anniversary
Illustration by Jim Swanson

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1996
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Answers to March's Survey
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Organizing Messengers

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1997
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Bikes Everywhere


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Happy Fifth Anniversary, Critical Mass! (16 pages, PDF Format)
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The Hidden Class Politics of
Bicycling, Trains, Cars, BART (!)
Critical Mass San Francisco: 5th Anniversary
Illustration by Jim Swanson

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1998
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Waiting for Muni
Illustration by Beth Verdekal

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MASS if You're Critical
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Public speech at beginning of 1 year after (police riot) ride
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Sixrag: Sixth Anniversary (12 pages, PDF Format)
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Whither Bicycling: Tepid Reform or Utopian Revolt?
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Moralism vs. Utopianism: of helmets and bike lanes
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In 1998, David Powers launched the SCREED! website,
a collection of Critical Mass flyers.

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2001
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A Quiet Statement Against Oil Wars (2 pages, PDF Format)

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2002
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Planning for the 10th birthday has begun (1 page, PDF Format)
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Coming in September:
Critical Mass: Bicycling's Defiant Celebration
(1 page, PDF Format)

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2003
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History: It's not made by great men!
(1 page, PDF Format)
George W. Bush: "Let's have a war!"
Illustration by Jim Swanson