Sacramento Tweed: Seersucker Ride

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Sacramento Tweed: Seersucker Ride

Sacramento’s “Tweed Ride” is putting on its summer clothes, known as the “Seersucker Ride,” a Victorian-era themed event that encourages period dress and a more relaxed style of riding. This tour will begin in Marshall Park, ride through the northern neighborhoods of the Old City and south along the Sacramento waterfront, turning east at R Street to follow the route of California’s first railroad, ending at 14th and R Street. Portions of the tour will discuss the design of Sacramento’s historic neighborhoods, transportation of the Victorian era, including bicycles and electric streetcars, and visit some of Sacramento’s most notable architectural landmarks.

 

Time: 11:00pm-5:00pm

Date: Sunday May 6, 2012

Event Start: Marshall Park, 28th and J Street, Sacramento

Event End: Shady Lady Saloon, 14th and R Street, Sacramento

Host Organization:  Sacramento Old City Association and Sacramento Tweed

Registration: More information on how to RSVP coming soon.

Accessibility: This event is accessible and welcoming to wheelchairs, bicycles, seniors, and children.