Peddle your Pashley on this historical Boozy Safari.
WHAT'S THIS ALL ABOUT?
This is the bike tour to remember, as you cycle the highways on a sit up and beg, Pashley bicycle. These bikes are handmade in the UK, and boast a front basket, that’s roomy enough for the kitchen sink.
On this tour you will be discovering London through the story of gin from the 18th century to the present day. To get those legs turning a bit faster, your guide will be riding a bespoke gin bicycle, crammed with different, delicious gins that are sampled along the way and help tell the story of the sights you pass. You'll take in the sights and smells of London’s finest street markets, where you can fill your basket (ahh, so that’s what it’s for) with epicurean delights.
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You’ll cycle through the pretty residential streets of Southwark and Bermondsey, home of Oliver Twist and Fagin's Den. Expect the unexpected and by the end of the tour you'll be a gin connoisseur while touring a foody paradise.
THE ALL IMPORTANT DETAILS
This cycle tour is for either one or two people and lasts 3.5 hours. A brilliant present for visiting friends and couples. The meeting place is Westminster Bridge Road, the nearest tube is Lambeth North. Tours are run 2pm every Saturday and Sunday from Spring 2019. You will be using bike lanes and quiet back streets, and this tour is suitable for all cycling abilities. Remember if it rains you go anyway, but there will be ponchos available to keep off the squalls.
Included are 3 GIN SAMPLES, 2 FULL G&TS + 1 GIN COCKTAIL. Tally Ho!
HOW DOES IT WORK?
All you have to do is pay for the gift experience you wish to purchase. We’ll send a voucher including booking information to you or directly to the recipient. You or your recipient needs to check the information on the voucher and book your experience date.
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