WATCH: The second of the revived Critical Mass cycling protest rides took place last Friday.
Back in July while speaking to IrishCycle.com, Peter Collins, a volunteer at I Bike Dublin said: “The aim is to bring Dublin back into the CritcialMass movement after its absence for some years. The #IBIKEBop rides highlighted the diversity of people who cycle in Dublin and that they are likeminded in wanting more infrastructure and safer infrastructure across the city as well as enjoying a bit of craic.”
Read more from that article in July here, or watch the videos from Friday below:
— Alan D (@AlanDub13) August 28, 2021
— Nuala Waldron (@nualawaldron) August 27, 2021
— Lauren Tuite (@lauren_tuite) August 27, 2021
Work commitments meant my participation in #CriticalMAssDUB was fleeting this evening, but there was genuinely a great reaction through the city during the bit I could take part in – well done @IBIKEDublin #Dublin #cycling pic.twitter.com/aObujEHXb1
— Peter Branigan (@PeterBranigan) August 27, 2021
It's so nice to be joined by so many friendly cyclists. pic.twitter.com/DvMlYQazBW
— Claire (@ClaireWhyTed) August 28, 2021
— Vinnie Wall (@vinniewall2) August 27, 2021
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— Andy (@AndyCyclesDub) August 27, 2021