Saturday, cruise in style at the annual Tweed Ride Philadelphia

Reuben "Big Rube" Harley turned his lens on Philadelphia's 5th annual Tweed Ride for British cycling-inspired styles that withstood the test of time. Prizes at the event were distributed for the most dapper chap, snappy lass, stylish steed (most period correct bicycle), marvelous moustache, and magnificent millinery (fanciest hat). (Reuben Harley /

Do you fancy yourself some autumn fashion, a picnic and a lovely bike ride? Then don’t miss out on the annual Tweed Ride Philadelphia this Saturday, Nov. 9 in the Art Museum Area.

The ride kicks off at 11 a.m. at the Water Works Restaurant – located right behind the Philadelphia Art Museum. From there, tweed adorn cyclists will ride throughout the city, stop for a picnic lunch and then finish at Rembrandt’s restaurant.

The event is free and open to the public, but donations for Philabundance will be collected throughout the day.

CHECK OUT PHOTOS from last year’s Tweed Ride.

Saturday, Nov. 9 at 11 a.m.
Ride begins at Water Works, 640 Water Works Dr.