To truly get in to the spirit of the Tweed Run and the Cycle Revolution Festival we've teamed up with the awesome guys behind it to offer Mr Hyde readers a free glass of Chapel Down sparkling wine upon arrival at the event on Saturday 6 May.
Running as a satellite to the Tweed Run, the most coveted and highly anticipated annual cycle ride in the UK, Cycle Revolution Festival is an all-day out-door event, celebrating the lifestyle of cycling.
By carefully curating a selection of high-end, on-trend businesses, and gathering them together in one beautifully conceived space, Cycle Revolution Festival presents a unique and exceptional experience for the cycling public.
Dates: Saturday 6 May from 12pm – 6pm
Location: Spa Fields Park, Clerkenwell, EC1R OHU
Offer: Get a free drink at Cycle Revolution Festival
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