The Tweed Run is a spectacular social bicycle ride through London’s historic streets, with a prerequisite that all riders wear their best tweed 1920s and 30s cycling attire. Participants can expect a day of leisurely riding in the company of fellow ladies and gentlemen exceptionally dressed in plus-fours, Harris tweed jackets, merino wool team jerseys, silk cravats, bow ties and flat caps.

This year’s London route will begin at a beautiful and iconic Central London courtyard and will take the stylish cycler across a healthy handful of the city’s well-loved landmarks and hidden gems. The leisurely ride will include The Tweed Run’s traditional Tea Break and Picnic, which they are famous for – ending with a glass of bubbly and an early evening knees-up in a Clerkenwell locale.

£10 of each ticket sale is this year donated to the London Cycling Campaign, The Tweed Run’s designated charity.

When: Saturday, May 17

Click here for more information and to find out how to take part