10th Annual Hudson Tweed Ride – 2021
THIS IS NO LONGER GOING TO THE BRONSON HOUSE.
The Tweed Ride is a time to spiff up your dandy and shine up your wheel(s). More casual than a parade, but a spectacle no doubt. Whether you prefer one wheel or two, we welcome you.
The 10th Annual Hudson Tweed Ride is approximately a 1-2 hour experience with moderate movement required. Helmet strongly suggested. Vintage cycle not required, but definitely celebrated.
Gathering at 1:15 pm and rolling at 1:30 pm. This ride is approximately a 1 hour roll around the streets and alleys of historic Hudson. This year we are again lucky to complete the ride at the historic Dr Oliver Bronson house, which is only open to the public once or twice a year.
Please leave all Spandex and plastic water bottles at home.
Suggested attire: tweeds, mismatched plaids, paisley and polka dots, kickers, jodhpurs, A-line skirt suits, sturdy oxfords and argyle socks, gaiters, woolen jerseys, bow ties, plus-fours, woolen trousers, natty suiting, hacking jackets with suede-patched elbows, monocles, handlebar mustaches, charming chapeaux, pearls.
Modes of transport: antique bicycle or velocipede, penny farthing, bicycle-built-for-two, unicycle, or other human-powered, pedal-operated vehicle.
Frowned upon: Neon, spandex, and anything made of plastic.