Abraham Fixes Bikes will be providing ride support. Be sure to check your vintage bike before you ride, but if you experience a flat or another minor inconvenience during the ride this year, Abraham will be there to help!
Migration Brewing and New Deal Distillery are giving us motivation to keep on biking by providing beer and booze for the after party at Old Portland Hardware.
Walnut Studiolo, Pendleties, and Nutcase Helmets are donating some delightful prizes for us to give away at the end location.
Spinlister is helping us set up our Shift bike racks and providing valet services at the end location.
Three for Silver will be serenading us at the after party.
Please support these local businesses and organizations as much as possible so that they may continue to do great things in the future.
The 2015 Portland Tweed Ride is scheduled for April 12, 2015! Here’s the schedule:
2pm: Meetup and tea social at Cathedral Park (byo)
3pm: Ride leaves
Be sure to bring a picnic! We will be stopping in Columbia Park for a picnic and tea break mid-ride.
6pm: Ride ends at Old Portland Hardware, with an after party going until 8pm. Prizes, dancing, and general merriment ensue. Bring extra treats to share at the end, as we’ll have beer and booze for you to enjoy.
The 2014 Tweed Ride is just over a week away.
Now is the time to start assembling your finest attire and preparing your picnic baskets.
Be certain to bring a drinking vessel and some tasty morsels to share.
Fair warning: There will be no formal bicycle parking at the end location and you cannot bring your steed into the establishment. Please plan accordingly.
Please contact us with further questions.
Don your most excellent and dapper duds as we again go forth and ride together in not one, but two rides!
The Virtuous Tweed Ride meets at 11:00 am March 5th at Union Station. The ‘Vice’ Ride, which organizers describe as “A surely ignoble and iniquitous ride,” will be on April 2nd and meets at 4:00 pm on the wharf at NW Front and 18th.
We shall at both fashionably spin at leisure through our Rose City, noting the several sides of culture. Therefore, bring out your coats and caps, your leather gloves and monocles, and bring your baskets full of food as we pedal together without labor, strain, or hurry in what is sure to be one another’s beautiful company.