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Chicago hold-up in Vancouver, regular performed reaching the top of the bridges around downtown

Chicago hold-up is a traditon lifting the bikes in a Critical Mass ride. It is also known as "bike lift" or "bike salute" and a spontaneous and symbolic gesture frequently performed in Chicago while moving intersections by corkers who safe the other cyclists. The term dates back at least to a Chicago Critical Mass bike ride held on September 5, 1997.

It is also spontaneously demonstrated in other cities. [1], [2]

Cm-smiley One-hand Chicago hold-up shown by a smiley ;-)

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  1. http://chicagocriticalmass.org/about/faq
  2. Wikipedia:Chicago_hold-up

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