Critical Mass Porto Alegre

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Our friend Gabriel from Brazil just send us a link to this shocking footage of Porto Alegre’s last critical mass. It’s sad, but true…
If you think you can handle it, watch it here. Be aware though, it’s out of this world… All our best wishes go out to all the envolved cyclists, may the car driver burn in hell! More info also over here and here. No account, go here…Ride safe!

4 Comments

  1. kasi says:

    ich bin tief betroffen, angesichts dieser furchtbaren bilder!
    kann mich nur den wünschen anschließen.

  2. Sheep says:

    holeeee shit – I think I just revised my stance on the death penalty :(

  3. Gabriel says:

    The idiot has been arrested! Let’s hope that the maximum sentence for attempted murder falls over him!

    News in Portuguese here: http://rodafixa.blogspot.com/2011/03/parece-que-coisa-ta-ficando-mais-serio.html

    You can sign the petition here: http://www.peticaopublica.com.br/PeticaoVer.aspx?pi=P2011N7285

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