Sign Up for This Sunday’s Fred Perry Ride-Out
Revisiting the relaxed, friendly format of the inaugural Ride-Outs in global cycling hotspots across the world that I kicked off with last year’s London ride, the second Fred Perry London Ride-Out takes place this Sunday on May 22nd.
Just as cycling means more than just pedaling, the Ride-Outs are more than merely routes through a city – they speak to the heart as well as the body. They aren’t about summiting hills for glory, they’re about cycling’s camaraderie.
Beginning at Fred Perry’s Covent Garden store on Henrietta Street, our social group ride mixes a spot of sightseeing with a pedal around the hallowed Regents Park ring, much loved training ground of the cities ‘serious’ cyclists. We aim to leave no one behind – this is not a training ride, it’s a hanging out, chatting shit, cruising about ride. But of course, do be realistic about your ability as we’ll be on the move for about
an hour and a half.
Keeping a steady pace, we’ll head over Waterloo Bridge for a stunning view of the Thames, cruise past Big Ben and roll up to Buckingham Palace before turning North and making our way to Regents Park. We’ll test our legs with a few of laps before heading off to cycling café Look Mum No Hands for coffee and cake or pies and ales.Or whatever you want – it’s on Fred Perry!
Places are free but strictly limited and nearly all gone so sign up now to secure yours. Hope to see you there!