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Critical Mass poll

Posted by on September 2nd, 2005 at 12:50 pm

I’m excited to announce the first poll on BikePortland.org!

I figured I’d start with a bang and make this first poll about Critical Mass. I’ve been thinking a lot about CM lately and I’ll post something about it when I have more time…but for now, I’m curious what the vibe is out in the community.

You can vote on this poll in the sidebar to the right (under the photos) or on the new Polls page. Please consider taking a few seconds to vote. If you have something to say about CM, stay tuned for a post about it next week.

You can also add your own answers to the poll if none of the options suit you. If you have ideas for polls you’d like to see, leave a comment, or email me directly. Thanks.

[NOTE: I unfortunately erased the 7 votes (as of 9/2/05) for the “Is needed now more than ever” option (which was added by a visitor). I am trying to restore those votes ASAP. ] fixed it!

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when i first embraced transportation cycling,CM seemed almost revolutionary to me.Now,while I occasionally participate,it has become a source of reveue for the city and just another thing to add to the divide between cyclists and motorists. $6 gas will do more to promote cycling than a CM ride will. As far as awareness and respect,i expect it will get worse, as it will become a class divider…the poor ride bikes and take the bus and the weathy will drive on…smug and wrong