Video by Ken Lewis
Officers Sanderson and Janusczak stayed at our rear which allowed the Mass to safely take two lanes.
Thank You to all who attended! We definitely made Cara proud all the way to the last cork. Many of us have said our goodbyes to our friend Cara these past days, and many new people have gotten to know Cara from the ways we have said our goodbyes. Her body was laid to rest in Union Cemetery but her spirit will live on in the many lives she has touched. Cara will always be our Cycling Sister.
Cara has asked for donations be made to Breath Deep Cleveland in lieu of flowers.
We’re going to Parma Heights!
Mayor Michael P. Byrne and The Home Family Club has cordially invited the mass to ride to his city. Mayor Byrne (also a cyclist) said he heard such great things about CCM from Mayor Cervenik of Euclid and knew that we had to visit! They are planning water stops, protected bike/car parking, and discounts to many Parma Heights establishments.
Meet at Public Square at 6:30 PM, depart at 7:00 PM.
For those of you wanting to drive to Parma Heights and mass in from there, our end point is St. John Bosco Church at 6480 Pearl Rd.
The 2014 CCM T-shirt will be available.
Happy Friday and let’s ride some bikes!
This month we are ending at the Ohio City Bicycle Co-Op (1840 Columbus Rd. Cleveland 44113).
The weather’s lookin’ pretty fantastic, so get yourself on a bike and ride with some of Cleveland’s finest cyclists. 🙂
Meet at Public Square at 6:30 pm. Depart at 7:00 pm.
CCM stopped by the Christmas Story House. Not one eye was shot out.
Carney’s 1329 Washington Ave
Indigo Imp Brewery
“Cleveland Critical Mass is a under-appreciated Gem”, Bill Cervenik, Mayor of Euclid
Video and Photo by Dennis Litto
11 mph WSW wind
Great Lakes Courier recap by Michael Gill:
Thank you Car 322 of the Cleveland Police Dept for helping us safely navigate through the city.
Photo by Mike Gray