Fancy a charming jaunt around the sights of London in a decorous style becoming of the Edwardian upper middle classes?

Then the 10th annual Tweed Run is for you — around 400 people on safety bikes, and some more dubious contraptions come together for a jolly fine day out perambulating around the city.

A spot of English tea, a picnic and a chance to show people how cycling is supposed to be done — in style, with politeness, and a notable lack of flashing lights (a davy lamp may be permitted).

The Tweed Run takes place on Saturday 5th May 2018, and tickets go on sale at noon this Thursday (1st March 2018).

Tickets cost £30

Book tickets (when they go on sale) here.

Tickets tend to sell out VERY quickly.

More tweed, less speed!


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