Last Friday saw the Sunshine Coast's inaugural Critical Mass bike ride take placein Roberts Creek.The ride followed adecade old tradition of getting people back on the streets - with butts on bikes, much copied in cities and towns all over the world.At the same time that 1,500 cyclists left the downtown Art Gallery in Vancouver, 55 riders of all ages and types left Roberts Creek Elementary School for a short 3 km ride around the Creek.Riders included four-year-old Ollie Grimm, making it up Roberts Creek Road for the first time, a seven-month pregnant mom, severalparents with tag-along kids, a trike, even a child and dog sharing space in a trailer-tote.There were smiles all around, from the riders, local homeowners and vehicle drivers keen to slow down for a few minutes.The tradition will continue, on the last Friday of every month through the summer. OnFriday, July 28, meet at 5 p.m. at the school, depart at 5:30. Let's make it 100 in July. Everyone is welcome. And remember, we aren't blocking traffic - we are traffic!