SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23
10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Fancy a cycle?
Sport your finest and join us for a jaunt through the countryside.
Pause for a picnic (bring your own), jolly diversions, tea and sweets (our treat!)
SEE PHOTOS FROM LAST YEAR (Thanks Snoco Gal!)
The London Tweed Run has inspired an international phenomenon, with similar events in San Francisco, Sao Paolo, Stockholm, and now a third year in Snohomish! (Thanks to Historic Downtown Snohomish association!)
Tweed Ride is $15 per person and includes tea & tasty treats, custom keepsakes, entertainment, and lawn seating. This year we're adding a $22 "Blue Ribbon" ticket that includes your reserved spot at a table, and personal tea service. For non-rider who wish to simply join us for tea we've also added a "Picnic Only" ticket for $15.
|Tweed Ride Ticket Options
First 100 ticket holders are guaranteed swag.
Check in and tickets at Snohomish Carnegie 105 Cedar Avenue, Snohomish
(Children under 5 may join for free but will not receive swag.)
Print and bring your Paypal receipt with you. This is your ticket!
All proceeds support the revitalization and beautification efforts of
Historic Downtown Snohomish association.
We set off from the Snohomish Carnegie 105 Cedar Avenue, and toodle over to the historic Centennial Trail. Jolly socializing and pastoral scenes offer carefree diversion. Replenish and restore at Machias Trailhead Park with a spot o' tea, a bit o' rest, your own picnic, and lively amusements. (BYOC- bring your own cup!)
Costume Contest~ Prizes for the most dapper and dandily dressed Ladies & Gents on bicycles.
(No lycra, jeans or modern garb please!)
Check-In and registration begin at 10:00 am.
Ride begins at 11:00 am.
Tea is served 11:30 am to 1:30 pm.
Return to downtown Snohomish at your leisure. (Total 11 mile round trip.)
What is a Tweed Ride?
"A tweed ride is a return to a bygone
era in England when families would dressin their best clothing, assemble a
picniclunch, get on the train with
their bicyclesand go out to the
countryside, riding their
–so says The Dandy Daffodil