Washington D.C.'s first ever tweed ride is set to begin on November 15, 2009. Our reason is pleasure and style. Our cause is Arts for the Aging, Inc. (AFTA).
Some of you have been waiting for a tweed ride in D.C. Others are confused and uncertain of its point. We'll let points be made by politicians. Style is our concern. Purposeful amusement is our desire. We saw great style and imagined considerable amusement in the images of tweed rides in other major cities. Use your google skills and see what fun has been had in London, Chicago, San Francisco and Boston.
We'll begin our ride at 11:00 am on 8th and H Street N.E. behind the great bank. There's an appropriately appointed photo studio that has been preparing to capture respectable images of our fashionable participants.
We'll end our ride on 14th and U where Marvin will provide us with nourishment, libations and fine soul. Non riders are welcome to join us in the festivities. If you need any more details on why you should spend a fall Sunday with us in your finest tweeds, you're making too much of a fuss of things.
Leave the fussiness to us and avoid it by appearing on vintage bikes, vintage inspired bikes, fixed geared machines and dapper attire. Leave the fleece, lycra and rugged outer shells at home. This ride is for the dandy!
Don't have a bike, don't worry! Join us for the post ride social at Marvin and enjoy raffles, awards for the dandiest, specialty drinks offered by our sponsor Plymouth Gin -- and wall-to-wall dandies dancing to the finest Britpop and soul this side of the Atlantic!
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