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'''Buffalo's''' first [[Critical Mass]] ride was in the early 2000s --maybe as early as the year [[2000]]. There is video footage of the first ride that was premiered before a live audience after the [[Critical Mass (English Wikipedia article)#Buffalo, NY - "Critical_Massacre"|Critical Mass incident]] of May [[2003]].
 
'''Buffalo's''' first [[Critical Mass]] ride was in the early 2000s --maybe as early as the year [[2000]]. There is video footage of the first ride that was premiered before a live audience after the [[Critical Mass (English Wikipedia article)#Buffalo, NY - "Critical_Massacre"|Critical Mass incident]] of May [[2003]].
   
By 2003 Critical Mass had built to about 40 or 50 riders a month through the spring and summer. ''ArtVoice'' columnist Mike Niman wrote an article called ''Biking in Buffalo'' for the May 10th 2003 issue of ArtVoice. An unusally large pod of more than 70 cyclists showed up for the May 2003 Critical Mass ride and enjoyed a ride through Buffalo's East Side for more than an hour. As they arrived on Elmwood, however, they were pulled over by the police. Two riders at the end of the bike brigade who not heard the instructions were given tickets. Other cyclists stopped to wait for them. After many police officers and vehicles arrived on the scene the situation became increasingly tense. The police officers eventually physically assaulted and arrested several riders..
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By 2003 Critical Mass had built to about 40 or 50 riders a month through the spring and summer. ''ArtVoice'' columnist Mike Niman wrote an article called ''Biking in Buffalo'' for the May 10th 2003 issue of ArtVoice. An unusally large pod of more than 70 cyclists showed up for the May 2003 Critical Mass ride and enjoyed a ride through Buffalo's East Side for more than an hour. As they arrived on Elmwood, however, they were pulled over by the police. Two riders at the end of the bike brigade who not heard the instructions were given tickets. Other cyclists stopped to wait for them. After many police officers and vehicles arrived on the scene the situation became increasingly tense. The police officers eventually physically assaulted and arrested several riders..
   
The following Critical Mass ride had almost 200 riders (including cyclists who had biked in from various cities around the region) and Critical Mass rides in Buffalo have continued on and have even begun to include winter rides (in Buffalo there is sometimes deep snow in the winter).
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The following Critical Mass ride had almost 200 homo riders (including cyclists who had biked in from various cities around the region) and Critical Mass rides in Buffalo have continued on and have even begun to include winter rides (in Buffalo there is sometimes deep snow in the winter).
   
 
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