About the Tweed Run
The Tweed Run is a metropolitan bicycle ride with a bit of style.
Each year, riders take to the streets in their well-pressed best, and cycle through the city’s iconic landmarks. Along the way, they stop for a tea break and a picnic stop, and it usually ends with a bit of a jolly knees-up.
Tweed Run 2016 Edition
Yesterday for the 8th edition of the ride, participants followed a 12-mile route through central London dressed in their best tweed cycling attire for the eighth annual event, culminating in a fun closing ceremony & Garden Party at Spa Fields Park.
All in all on the day, over 1000 riders took to the streets of London to enjoy the ride in style.
Tweed Run Gallery
What the Riders Said
A fun day was had by all:
— MEAME (@MEAMElondon) May 15, 2016
— Jon Pearce (@JonPearce78) May 15, 2016
— GentCyclist (@GentCyclist) May 15, 2016
— roger (@roggys) May 14, 2016
— Martyn Hollingsworth (@mph51) May 14, 2016
— David (@davidhorkan) May 14, 2016
If you want to ride next year’s event, the Sportive-Calendar.com site is a jolly-good site for staying abreast of upcoming cycling events worldwide.