Hello and welcome to Velo Vintage!
We just love to get together for a cycle and a social, taking in perhaps a hostelry and almost certainly a Devon Cream Tea. It would be lovely if you joined us on our next Occasion & Ride.
We intend, if all goes well, to open up for ticket sales at the middle of the day, indeed midday on Thursday 10th September 2015. Tis jolly hard to believe that this will be our 9th Occasion & Ride and we can't wait to meet up with you all again in the historic county town of Exeter. Fun and frivolity awaits. More details here in just over a week.
Alistair & Sebastian
It's getting rather close to the 9th Velo Vintage Occasion & Ride and so a date for your diary dear riders with more news to follow quite soon about the ticket release date. This next jolly event has a rather top surprise midway, so do indelibly mark those diaries for Saturday 26th September. Pip! Pip!
A 55 second teaser trailer.......
Spotted in the Western Morning News! Huzzah!
We ended up with quite an Aunt Sally collection!
8th Velo Vintage Occasion & Ride
We had a terrific day in Exmouth on our
8th Occasion & Ride
on Saturday 13th June 2015.
Some of our top Stewards in Exmouth.
Read all about it! Latest newsletter is out, just click Sebastian!
Tis getting tangibly close to our next event! Say it with flowers .....
"Huzzah! The Ticket Office is Open!"
A little taste of what we have in store for Saturday 13th June in Exmouth, Devon.
Our latest newsletter was mailed out last night and Postie has been rather busy. Did you get yours? If not here we go, a little light reading for you, just click Postie!
Exmouth's Town Crier is a rather wonderful fellow. We just love it when he joins us.
We had such a wonderful time at our first Occasion & Ride in Barnstaple, North Devon. Thank you to all who joined us, helped and supported us. Plans are already underway for 2016!
Here's a little film of our last Occasion & Ride
Our next event is back in the home of Velo Vintage in Exmouth East Devon and details are quite likely to be posted here in a week or so. Huzzah!
Some of our truly splendid winners from our very relaxed competitions in Barnstaple:
Left to Right, Winner Simon Cooper
with Colin Shaddick
Carol from Ringtons is on the left, presenting to
our winner, Dion Sears
Best Dressed Gent,
A jolly smart winner, Eric Lalauze, seen here with
Jaz and Donna.
Best Dressed Lady
went to Emily Witheridge
who is seen here on the right
with Jaz and Donna from
Graham and Kate of are known for their imaginative ways of dressing a bicycle and so who better to present the
Best Decorated Bicycle
award to the splendidly attired John Haywood.
As both Cope Senior and Junior often sport some facial topiary, it seemed right for them to present the Captain Fawcett awards to the
respectively to Matthew Trott and Paul Huish.
Well done chaps!