The Tweed Run is the most coveted and highly-anticipated annual cycle ride in the UK. A one-of-a-kind event where participants don their finest tweeds and brogues, The Tweed Run has grown from a small guerilla gathering to an event that has captured the imagination of the fashion world and cycling enthusiasts around the globe.



City suits, jackets and, of course, tweed wear, Cordings is a meeting of classic style and modern tailoring of the finest quality, with the most carefully sourced wools and fabrics.


There would be no Tweed Run without Pashley Cycles, England's finest manufacturer of bicycles since 1926; functionality, style and tradition.


Velorution has developed a reputation as the preferred destination of the urban cyclist. The business has the largest selection of folding bikes, classic British-made cycles, design-led European urban bikes, and premium scooters in the UK. Velorution specialises in getting about town on two wheels in style.


tokyobike is a small, independent bicycle company founded in 2002 in the quiet Tokyo suburb of Yanaka. Based on the concept of ‘Tokyo Slow’, tokyobike believe it’s as much about the journey as the destination.


Hövding is the world's first airbag for cyclists and is the result of intensive research since 2005. Through advanced sensors, Hövding can sense the cyclist's movement patterns and will react in case of an accident. The unique airbag will then inflate, fixate your neck and provide the world's best shock absorption.

British Standard by Plain English is about more than just selling quality kitchen cupboards – we offer our customers a return to the days of traditional British quality and craftsmanship. British goods have historically represented the very best in design and manufacturing, and while today we may live in a world of cheap imports and flat-pack convenience, British Standard demonstrates that it’s still possible to find honest, properly made products that will last a lifetime. Our range of kitchen cupboards and worktops are made by hand in our Suffolk workshop by people who care about good design and traditional craftsmanship, ensuring that every piece we produce is of the highest quality.

british standard

Bringing the Kent coast to the streets of the City, Crabbieshack's Folkestone inspired shack uses local and seasonal produce to celebrate the humble crustacean.  Soft-shell crab is coated in Old Bay batter (a blend of herbs and spices) before being deep-fried for intense crunch.  Fluffy, brioche burger buns are stuffed with fresh fillings, topped with crispy crab and drizzled in a choice of sauce.


PedalShed has created a practical, user-friendly and funky way to improve your ride as well as adding a personal touch to your bike, whether it’s a private bike or one you share with the rest of the city! They currently produce two different types of bicycle saddle covers: The Original and Limited Edition. Both types are easy to slip on and off the saddle and are made to fit both private and city sharing scheme bike saddles.


Hang out with Print Club London for an afternoon of live printing!

print club

Carradice bicycle bags have been designed and hand made in Nelson, England, since 1932. They produce durable waterproof saddlebags and panniers of the highest quality.


Cafe by day, bar by night, fun things to do.

Drink shop do

Vulpine makes a range of technically advanced, finely detailed, everyday cycling clothing for men and women – apparel that meets all your needs while you're riding, and when you arrive too. They passionately believe that every ride on every kind of bike is beautiful.


La Ferme London is a bistronomic-driven seasonal French restaurant in the heart of Farringdon, London. La Ferme London is present on many London Markets, with cold and hot food: hot food is cooked and prepared every morning by their chefs in the restaurant kitchen. They prepare traditional recipes from France as well as recipes we learnt from our dear Grand Mas such as: Boeuf Bourguignon, Poulet Basquaise, Ratatouille, Tartiflette, French potato salad.

La ferme london

Ella Doran is an award winning designer-entrepreneur who has been running her own East-London based business since the mid 90s. Her main focus is on creating photography-based images and patterns and she pioneered their application on functional everyday products when digital printing technologies were first developed. Ella makes designs & collections for ready-to-buy home accessories, wallpapers, roller blinds and textiles, and works to commission for commercial, charitable and private clients.

ella dorAn

Bike nicks are padded cycle undies that enable women to feel confident and fits in with cycling and all aspects of their lives.

bike nicks

The Cycling Store stocks the best in essential city cycling apparel. Technical style handpicked for an easy journey and a happier life. They search the world for independent brands with a passion for creating urban cycling kit for those who ride in the clothes they live in, not the ones they exercise in. They personally test all their products, and stand by the quality of every single one, as just like you, they love their bicycles and their style.

the cycling store

Bike chain bling. Bespoke jewellery made from used bike chains, designed for cyclists and recyclists of all ages. Katie is very selective about what chains she uses for each product and how links are arranged. For many designs you wouldn’t even notice they’re bike chains. For some, like the cufflinks, the keen cyclist will appreciate the chain brands she selects.

katie's bike

The Trike Company was created to offer simplicity, visibility and ease. Their team all come from an events or marketing background and understand what it takes to get a voice heard, or a brand seen! Not only that, but they also know that there are a lot of over complicated processes that exist in this world, and are working to eliminate them anywhere that their wheels are allowed.

the trike company

London based brand, hand made British vintage style leather bags with personality. Their story began in Bolivia where the founder of Beara Beara, Jake Bullough collaborated with a local family using a combination of their incredible craftsmanship and quality materials, to create a collection of never-before-seen satchels, backpacks and handbags. Their hope is that everyone who purchases a Beara Beara bag appreciates the skill, determination, respect and love that goes into making each individual bag.

beara beara

The London Cycling Campaign is a charity that aims to transform London into a healthier, cleaner and happier place to live, where cycling is a choice for any Londoner who wants to ride the streets conveniently and without fear.

London cycling campaign

Punctures and Panniers are Claire (English, 29) and André (Canadian/Dutch, 31), cyclists who enjoy travelling to new places. In an attempt to combine these two interests, they decided to take a break from their careers and embark on a cycling adventure. They will be at Cycle Revolution Festival selling their eco-friendly cycling travel journals designed to help you capture the details of your adventure.

Punctures and Panniers

England's leading winemaker and one of the UK's most exciting drinks companies, Chapel Down produces a world-class range of sparkling and still wines, together with the award-winning range of Curious beers & cider.

chapel down

The Mystic 8Ball Cyclery is a bespoke bicycle maker that aggregates the skills of artisans around the world to produce beautiful, stylish bikes. Their bicycles aren't mass produced and can be tweaked and customised for each customer, from paint to individual parts. All their frames are delivered raw and then painted in house, so custom paint jobs and colourways are available. The 8Ball Cyclery is somewhat nomadic, building bikes in either London or Lincolnshire depending on the time of year and how busy they are. They source unique and interesting parts from a community of artisans worldwide. But they guarantee that every build is designed, painted and assembled in Britain.

8 ball bicycles

Cycle storage with style. Cactus Tongue want to see an alternative to utility bike storage, at home, in the workplace and in public places. With space so limited and the huge growth in cycling, people are having to ‘live’ with their bikes. The bicycle is a beautiful machine - we make it easier to live amongst them and to show them off with stunning design - led storage products.

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Cycle fashion, made in England.

Hackney gt

Scott & Arkel is a male tie and accessories company harking back to an era where luxury tailoring was at the forefront of everyday fashion.

scott & arkel

slow split

The unique Brompton folding bike was designed and built in London in 1975 by Andrew Ritchie in his flat in South Kensington opposite the Brompton Oratory. Still made in London today, Brompton is making over 45,000 bikes per year and is the UK’s largest bike manufacturer.


It all started on the markets in London where the ‘Macbeth’ haggis toastie built up a cult following across town. Deeney’s is now a mainstay on London’s most famous food markets including a weekly Saturday slot at Broadway Market in Hackney.


The finest bicycle repair services at your doorstep.


RetroRide design style focused bicycles for the urban environment. Utility and function is at the heart of their products, making their bikes both beautiful and highly useful, and achieving their unique aesthetic. They aim to produce and source as much of their product in Britain as possible, reflecting this country's cycling and manufacturing heritage.