Saturday, 29 June 2013

Roll Up! Roll Up!

Well well well, I do believe we have some most excellent news for you today - your well earned ha'pennies and shillings can now be parted with in exchange for a ticket to our most exquisit of events.

Direct your intertube browsers at this little connecting link to make your purchase to join us on our Vintage Velo Bicycle Ride on the 14th of July. Tickets only cost ten of your modern Pounds, however if you came last year, it will only be eight.

Come on! You don't need convincing, do you?

Well, after last year's downpours, thanks to some dastardly deals we have guaranteed the possibility of sun and blue skies this year. You'll therefore need to arrive at our secret departure location in your very best vintage finery - bring your plus-fours and top hats, flapper dresses and bonnets (but maybe pack your galoshes too).

Our route will take in the sights, sounds and smells of Bristol as we take a pleasant tour around our beautiful city. Be ready to partake of some entertaining activities, and perhaps yet more fun and games at the end, aided by some spiffing cocktails at our sophisticated central location.

But Sir, I don't have a suitable velocipede!

Worry not - you can turn up on any bicycle you like, whether it's a true classic to some modern contraption with reliable gears and brakes. Look out for news on a location from where you may be able to hire a suitably vintage velo too.

By heck, lets try and avoid any of these shenannigans though, what what!

Thursday, 27 June 2013

We're waking from our slumbers...

Judging by our postbag over the last few weeks, a number of you are mustard-keen to get your hands on a ticket for our 2013 event.

Well, we're almost there - train your browsers on and an announcement will be forthcoming this weekend!

Apologies for our slackness, but the Cycle Festival, including this fine event, is all organised by volunteers, and the effort entailed in juggling a combination of day jobs and laundanum habits means we sometimes let things slip a bit.