Plymouth Retro Ride


This very successful first Retro Ride ride took place on September 12th 2015. For some great photos take a look here.

Watch for another ride next year! Visit our website, join our email list (if you haven’t already, or our Facebook group.

Join Plymouth Cycling Campaign on a leisurely paced retro / vintage bicycle ride around Plymouth


Dig out your old retro bicycles & vintage outfits and join Plymouth Cycling Campaign for our 1st Retro Ride! Anything from the turn of the 20th century to the 1970s racing bikes / clothing and even tweed will do! Don’t have a vintage bike? Decorate your bike instead. Flowers, bunting, flags, and baskets will all add a vintage flavour to your modern steed. No matter what bike you ride, please ensure your bike is in good working order.

There will be entertaining & active things to do for participants and/or those who are interested & supportive before departing from Devonport Park. After 9 leisurely miles, the Retro Ride will end at Saltram House. The National Trust are offering free entry to the house grounds & vintage tea room. Picnic baskets are also encouraged.


It’s FREE to enter and there will be prizes awarded for:

_IGP2853Best dressed lady
Best dressed gent
Best decorated bicycle

Ideas for what to wear here

Don’t forget, it’s not just tweed, anything from 1860 to 1980 is welcome






We’ll start gathering at the Pavilion in Devonport Park from 10am. Come along for some fun and entertaining activities to get you warmed up for the ride whilst taking time to admire everyone’s steed. The grand depart will occur at 11:30am. Tea, coffee and other delights will be available from the Devonport Park Cafe

Minors need to be accompanied by an adult.




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