Tag Archives: Dallas Tweed Ride

Tweed Ride History Tour 2020

This year’s self-guided history tour will take you and your friends to the most famous historic sites in North Oak Cliff, like the original 7-eleven, the Mayor’s House, the Texas Theatre where Lee Harvey Oswald was finally captured after shooting JFK and Officer Tippet, and the cemetery where Clyde Barrow lies.

‘ello Guvnor! Details on the Dallas 2014 Tweed Ride

‘Ello Guvnor! BFOC is getting all dolled up once again for the 2014 Dallas Tweed Ride on Sunday, November 23rd. Once again we’ll meet at the Grassy Knoll in downtown Dallas at 1:30PM, ride through downtown, inside of Dallas Heritage Village, across the Houston bridge (if it’s completed), through Bishop Arts, and on to the Turner House in North […]

Dallas Tweed Ride | November 23, 2014 1:30 PM

Dressing in tweed this time of year in Dallas just feels right, so that’s why BFOC presents the annual Dallas Tweed Ride on November 23, 2014 at 1:30 pm.  We will ride from the infamous Grassy Knoll, staging from behind the white fence and take a nice, leisurely ride around downtown, ending in Oak Cliff […]

More details on the Tweed Ride

Team BFOC is getting ramped up for the Dallas Tweed Ride on November 21st. We’ve confirmed use of the yard at the historic Turner House in North Oak Cliff. It will be the perfect backdrop for the ride and we’ll plan on having a series of over-the-top British games inspired by the Chap Olympiad: If […]

More From the Tweed Ride

The Advocate just posted this video from the ride with music from Matt Tolentino’s performance at Eno’s in the background: And James Smudgett uploaded a larger image from our group photo on the courthouse steps here: (click to enlarge)

Dallas Tweed Ride a Smashing Success!

(photo by Andrea Roberts) Thank you to all who came out to Dallas first ever Tweed Ride! It was an amazing turnout, with an estimated 200 riders decked out in their smartest apparel, and we couldn't have asked for better weather. Congratulations to Hollis Wakefield for winning the audience award for dandiest rider. Special thanks […]

Tweed Ride Update!

(Tintype photographs by David Sokosh for The New York Times; photographed on Governors Island, New York) We’ve had over 130 confirm attendance for the Tweed Ride via Facebook and another 160 say they might be attending! We typically have even more show up than just those who confirm from our events listings, so it looks […]

Need ideas for the Tweed Ride? Check out these locals.

Need ideas for the upcoming tweed ride? We have some incredible OC locals that can help you out. First off, talk to Tara Tonini of Tara to the T about a custom outfit and hat (she’s made bicycling hats for us in the past): We also have another acclaimed milliner, Cassie MacGregor of the House […]

‘ello Guvnor! BFOC Presents Dallas’ First Tweed Ride, Nov. 22nd 3:30PM

Don your best pantaloons, knickers, argyle socks, and two-wheeler, then make haste to the Grassy Knoll as BFOC presents Dallas’ first tweed ride, November 22nd at 3:30PM. For a taste of what is in store and for apparel ideas, view the galleries of the original New York Tweed Ride, and San Francisco Tweed Ride. Prepare […]