We are bicycle commuters in the city of Fort Wayne, Indiana. This is our effort to raise awareness of bicycle commuters, encourage more people to get on their bikes, and identify issues pertaining to those of us who use a bicycle for transportation.
Here is the drill. Happens every 2nd Friday of the month.
This is not a training ride. This is a City ride.
All parties are welcome to join and help bring common courtesy back to the
streets. For those who need a refresher on what Critical Manners is, here is
The ride will respect and abide by the city’s traffic
Rides will be on the slow side to ensure no one is
dropped and that the Mass stays a mass
The Mass will only take up one lane, two when necessary
The ride will stop at red lights and stop signs. If a
light turns red mid-mass, the riders who made the light should safely pull
over to wait for those who were caught by the light.
Riders are asked to signal turns, call out danger, and
communicate their intentions to other riders.
All riders are required to wear helmets
The goal of these rides is to be a
visible and positive example of the cooperation that can exist between cars and
bicycles when people respect the laws and each other.
So join the Mass and help make Fort
Wayne a better place for bicycles.
Rally at 6:15 at Lawton Park.
Ride at 6:30.
Comfortable Pace, no one is dropped.
(But please make sure that your equipment is in working order)