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East Bay Tweed Spring Ride, March 27th

Posted By on March 20, 2010

East Bay Tweed Spring Ride, March 27th 2010

East Bay Tweed Spring Ride

March 27th, 2 pm

2 pm — Sally forth from Ohlone Park (near North Berkeley Bart)

Midpoint — Cesar Chavez Park (games, contests, and a special performance)

End (5-6 pmish) — Albatross Pub (libations & darts!)

[facebook event page]

Spring is the air and the rain has let up, so it’s time to dust off your smoking pipes and take your tweed out of mothballs! Put that dapper cap on your head, oil your chain, and get ready to pedal with panache!

Join us for the first SF Tweed Ride of 2010, this ride will take place in the lovely town of Berkeley, CA. The ride will be anywhere from 6-8 miles with a break midway through. We have plenty of enjoyment planned for you all including games, contests, and a special performance by the wondrous Corpus Callosum! As always, the tweed ride will end at an establishment that offers libations and cheer.

Photo of the J.D. as the fabulous Twettle, the Tweed Beetle by the excellent photographer juicyrai

Update: We will be flyering the Critical Mass on Friday Mar 26th. If you’d like to help you can print your own flyers to hand out: East Bay Spring Tweed Ride March Flyer-6up [pdf]

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Comments: 3 Responses to “East Bay Tweed Spring Ride, March 27th”

  1. [...] Street.  Among other items, WOBO will be preparing for Bike to Work Day. Also, Saturday is the East bay Tweed Ride, starting from Ohlone Park in Berkeley. “It’s time to dust off your smoking pipes and take [...]

  2. Allison B. says:

    I won’t be able to go this year, but hope to attend future rides. One thing though—I’m from the other side of the Caldecott, and would have to take BART over (no tweeds on my side of the tunnel). A ride map would be really helpful, and it would make things easier on us BART riders if we ended near a station too. (Maybe the ride will, but I am not familiar with the Albatross.)
    Thank you, and I hope you enjoy the ride!

  3. [...] weekend I did the East Bay Tweed Ride. I must admit, at first I was a little skeptical. There were a lot of people affecting English [...]