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Jenny Jones, the Green party London Assembly member and the London mayor's road safety ambassador, is just one of hundreds of cyclists who will accidentally meet tomorrow night for an impromptu Critical Mass ride. This will be the first ride since the Metropolitan police handed out leaflets telling Massers they risk arrest if cycle together again. Jones said the police "were up their own arse on this one."

London cyclists: ride en masse tomorrow, risk arrest

"[The police] deserve to be slapped down," Jones told Cycling Weekly two weeks ago.

For news of what the police said they were going to do should London cyclists dare to cycle together – without first seeking police permission – see the link below.

The ride meets at 6pm for a 7pm roll-out. Friday, October 28th. South Bank, under Waterloo Bridge.

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