Tweed Run in London is the most well-known group bicycle ride in the world. The annual event first began in 2009 with cyclists dressed in traditional British cycling attire. The success of the phenomenon has seen similar rides copied worldwide. This year I was in the UK capital, fortunate to have one of the limited tickets on hand.
It has been described as a metropolitan bike ride with a bit of style. There was plenty of stlyin’ and profilin’ with participants decked out in Harris Tweed suits featuring brogues, argyle socks, bow ties and flat caps. While any type of bike is accepted, vintage rides are encouraged in an effort to embrace the spirit of the classic British era. Read More