The Gert Lush is the one bike ride Tour De France winner Geraint Thomas can’t enter - his carbon bike is too modern!
Celebrating all things vintage in terms of bicycling through a day of rides and festivities. The event encourages everyone to dust off their old bikes be they commuters, vintage aficionados, shoppers or weekend warriors, and take part – the only rule is to leave any full carbon bikes at home.
A day filled with music, surprises, old fashioned refreshments and a warm, friendly atmosphere. Bristolians already know that Gert Lush means ‘really good’, which is how the festival got its name.
There’s a free accompanied kids’ ride, plus a 30 mile and 65 mile ride to cater for all. If you don’t fancy riding then meet up in the afternoon with everyone else for The Gert Lush Vintage Fete - a post ride shindig at Long Ashton Community Centre, Long Ashton where you can eat, drink, and be merry, in true vintage style.
Map & Directions
|Date: (19 May 2019)|