Chronicle and short summaries of Critical Mass incidents, events and news worldwide (incomplete) in 1992.
|September 25, 1992||San Francisco||First Critical Mass bike ride ever in San Francisco. See also Critical Mass, Critical Mass History and the Linkpage.|
|1992||Film|| Return to the Scorcher, a film documentary by Ted White about cycling culture around the world was published. In the documentary George Bliss coined the name "critical mass" in his description of the traffic flow between bicycles and cars in China. The term "Critical Mass" was later adopted at the time of San Francisco's second ride (the first ride in SF was named "commute clot").