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while i was bumming around jackson square last friday night before critical mass, a friendly mysterious girl handed me THIS:
crunkical mass? bicycles? costumes? booze? sign me up!
i’ll be heading out here after Saturday’s mapping event, and i suggest everyone shows up to map and then head down to washington square park for this most momentous event. (it’s okay if you want to wear your costume during the mapping event, too.)
this saturday, october 4th! party ride!
edit: actually, i’m making $75 calling in election results from voting places for WWLTV on the 4th. but i still endorse this event. hell, i’ll do my own party ride calling in the votes.
Ug, let me tell you guys how much I miss biking in New Orleans. First, I can’t breath here. Cincinnati has terrible air quality, and now I remember why I was pretty much convinced I had asthma before I went to New Orleans. After breathing in diesel particulates and nasty, stale Ohio air, it actually hurts to cough. I’m not quite in hill-climbing shape right now, so that might have something to do with it, but I can recall that same painful cough from last winter on my ride to school everyday. I’ve seen people ride with masks and bandanas here before, but I never broke down and bought one. Maybe I’ll have to now that my lungs don’t know how to deal with terrible air quality anymore.
Everyone who bikes from Mid-City to Uptown knows Jeff Davis is really notorious for trash and broken glass. Lacy Underalls from the Big Easy Roller Girls is organizing a clean up for the bridge so we don’t all have to suffer from the risk of flat tires anymore!
My name is lacy smith, also known as lacy underalls of the Big Easy Roller Girls (BERG). BERG is organizing a clean up of the S. Jeff Davis Parkway overpass by Xavier.
Although the bike path running in the middle of the overpass is a great way to connect uptown and midcity, it is often littered with trash and glass, making it dangerous for cyclists. As a group that understands the need to have a hazard-free surface to roll on, we rollergirls want to clean it up!
The clean up will take place on October 19 at 11 am. We will meet at the statue at the foot of the overpass on Tulane Ave. We’ll bring some push brooms and trash bags, but encourage everyone to bring their own brooms, bags and dustpans! (In the event of rain, we will reschedule).
We’re inviting Tulane Law School’s Environmental Law Society, Critical Mass, Metro Bicycle Coalition, MidCity Neighborhood Association and you! Please pass this along to anyone that may be interested.
Big Easy Rollergirls
Since fall is setting in and sunset is getting earlier, all scheduled NolaCycle events will begin at 4pm instead of 5pm.