August Critical Mass: (Mostly) Gov Center Portraits

By | August 27th, 2011 | 4 Comments

Last night’s Critical Mass drew another big crowd for a 12-mile ride with a long stretch north through Allapattah and Liberty City along N.W. Seventh Avenue, another straight shot east along 71st Street, and a home stretch south along U.S. 1. Aside from attracting a bit of police attention — at one point, on 71st Street, they forced part of the mass (momentarily) off route — the ride went smoothly from where I was peddling, and it was over way too soon, only about an hour after it started. Most of our photos this time around come from Government Center, before the ride started.

Collin by Robby Campbell

Drag by Robby Campbell

Blue Stripe by Robby Campbell

Arrival by Robby Campbell

Brian Butler by Robby Campbell

Check out complete “Miami Critical Mass (August 2011)” photo album on Facebook.

Rainbow Shoes by Robby Campbell

Tat and Hat by Robby Campbell

Charizma by Robby Campbell

Collin by Robby Campbell

'bert's-Eye View by Robby Campbell

All photos by Robby Campbell

Follow Beached Miami on Twitter (@beachedmiami) and Facebook and email and RSS.

4 Comments on “August Critical Mass: (Mostly) Gov Center Portraits”

  1. 1 kaelsie said at 10:41 am on August 27th, 2011:

    that last photo describes the feel of the ride perfectly.

  2. 2 name said at 7:00 pm on August 28th, 2011:

    that last photo deserves some kind of an award.

  3. 3 Robby Campbell said at 11:48 am on August 31st, 2011:

    Thank you Kaelsie and Name. I like that one the best too.

  4. 4 Willie said at 2:59 pm on September 6th, 2011:

    Great photos.

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.