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Watch the Mark Beaumont in R.White's Penny Farthing One Hour World Record attempt
Shane Sutton in conversation with ITV's Ned Boulting
Jamie Crick presents live broadcast of his Jazz FM drive time show from the Festival
Former British Champion David Millar leads the £10,048 Brompton Prize Race
Support GB vs Rest of the World in the Cycling Polo
Watch ex-World Champions Pervis and Awang battle Ed Clancy and others in vintage Japanese Keirin Trophy
World Champion Graeme “The Flying Scotsman” Obree rides his re-made version of The Old Faithful
Enjoy Fuller’s Master Brewer tasting sessions
Enjoy Oxford & Cambridge Varsity track varsity match from the two oldest university cycling clubs in the world
Talks from bike historian Scotford Lawrence of the National Cycle Museum
Try out a Penny Farthing in the sunshine and get a free R.White's lemonade
Vintage racing on tandems
Participate in a cocktail making class with Fever-Tree’s Master Cocktail Maker
Swing dance instruction from Dragon’s Den Stars Swing Patrol
National Cycling Museum Historic bike exhibition
Your chance to dress like Peaky Blinders for the day and explore the 1940's vintage fashion village
The thrilling noise of Stayer racing
Quaff Pommery Champagne
Hop onto a historic tethered hot-air balloon
Never-before-seen collection of classic cycling photography
Germain Burton, British National Team Pursuit Champion competes in Japanese Keirin
Immersive vintage activities and beauty parlours
Three Americans in the vintage Keirin Trophy including Josh Hartnmann
Vintage racing on dernys
Talks from Kat Jungnickel, renowned author of Bikes and Bloomers: Victorian Women Inventors and their Extraordinary Cycle Wear
The History of the Bicycle with the National Cycle Museum
Performances from rock ‘n’ roll legends King Pleasure and the Biscuit Boys
Vintage racing on Penny Farthings
Traditional Barbers and Beauty Salons
Sports journalist and TV presenter Ned Boulting in conversation with guest speakers, athletes & historians
14-16th June 2018
Herne Hill Velodrome Dulwich Village, London

FAQ

The most important thing for us is that you have a great day. We’ve tried to answer as many questions as we can, but if we’ve forgotten anything please feel free to contact us [email protected] or on 0203 934 9722
WHEN DOES IT ALL START?

 

 

 

 

The World Cycling Revival begins at 11.30am on Thursday 14th June and runs daily from 11.30am til 8pm on the 14th and 15th June. On Saturday 16th June doors open at 11.30am and festivities draw to a close at 9pm.

 

 

WHAT SHOULD I WEAR?

Patrons are encouraged to wear period costume for the event. The period theme of the event will focus on the golden era of the venue when it hosted the London 1948 Olympics. For more information check out our handy style guide here.

 

 

 

WHERE CAN I FIND A DAILY ITINERARY?

See all of the amazing racing events you’ll be cheering for here:  

http://www.cyclingrevival.com/racing/daily-schedule/

I’VE HAD MY FILL OF THE RACING, WHAT ELSE CAN I DO?

 

Enjoying a Fuller’s Master Brewer tasting session? Interviews with former British Cycling Technical Coach Shane Sutton OBE? Participating in a cocktail making class with Fever-Tree’s Master Cocktail Maker? What about listening to a talk from bike historian Scotford Lawrence of the National Cycle Museum? Or checking out the World National Cycling Museum Historic bike exhibition? Re-vamping your look at our 1940s vintage fashion village? Hopping onto a historic tethered hot-air balloon? Admiring a never-before-seen collection of classic cycling photography? Taking a gander at our immersive vintage activities and beauty parlours?…Listening to live jazz from the legendary ‘Godfather of Swing’ and Ronnie Scott regular Ray Gelato and the Giants? Dancing to saucy swing and stomping electro beats from Electric Swing Circus…we think you’ll find there’s plenty to do!

 

WHERE DO I VIEW THE ACTION?

 

Anywhere on perimeter of track – both from infield and outside

WHAT HAPPENS IF IT RAINS?

Don’t worry! There are lots of undercover areas, including our bars and exhibitions. We will still be putting on a comprehensive racing programme. Not only will this give you ample opportunity to check out some of our non-racing activity, including live music, immersive vintage activities, wide-ranging talks and interviews, but the track will be dry and race-ready 20 mins after rain stops.

WILL I SEE ANY CELEBRITIES?

Yes! Loads. There will be famous people both on and off the track – check out our instagram (https://www.instagram.com/worldcyclingrevival/) or facebook (https://www.facebook.com/cyclingrevival/) for upcoming announcements.

CAN I TAKE FOOD AND DRINK INTO THE REVIVAL?

No, but don’t panic, you’ll be spoiled for choice with our delicious range of gourmet food tents, as well as the Pommery champagne bars, Fever-Tree cocktail bars and Fuller’s Craft Ale Yard.

CAN I VOLUNTEER AT THE FESTIVAL?

You absolutely can! fill in this short form and we’ll be in touch:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/12l9Ktir_ZakP5vlehKQFkuuV93QzKRh8MS4_LKp6J28/edit

 

I’D LIKE TO COMPETE PLEASE

 

We’d love to have you as a competitor! Click here to see how to be part of the Club Race Programme:

http://www.cyclingrevival.com/racing/racing-how-to-enter/

ARE PETS ALLOWED?

Sadly no, only guide and service dogs allowed.

WILL THERE BE SECURITY AND BAG SEARCHES?

Yes – we want this event to be as safe and enjoyable as possible for everyone, so there will be both ticket and bag checks.

WHERE IS THE EVENT HELD?

The World Cycling Revival is held on June 14-16 2018 at Herne Hill Velodrome, Dulwich Village, London, SE24 9HE

HOW CAN I GET THERE?

 

Herne Hill Velodrome is a 10 minute walk from Herne Hill or North Dulwich railway stations. These stations are serviced from Victoria, London Bridge and Blackfriars. It’s also well served by buses. Close to the A205 South Circular road and Dulwich Village, access is between Nos 102 & 106 Burbage Rd, north of the junction with Turney Road, which has a cycle route.

BUSES

3, 37, 68, 196, 322, 468, P4, P15

TRAINS

To Herne Hill from Victoria, Blackfriars, Bromley and Elephant & Castle.

To North Dulwich from London Bridge, Peckham, South Bermondsey and Streatham

CYCLES

Travelling to the Revival on two wheels? Please enjoy bike parking in our vintage paddock

CARS

We’re afraid there’s no car parking at the venue – it hardly seemed appropriate!

 

 

WHAT ARE THE TICKET TYPES?

 

GENERAL ADMISSION

Just £39 gives you a full day’s entry to site and access to all of the racing, live music, activities and exhibitions your heart could desire.  

CENTRE FIELD RESERVED DECKCHAIR

£49 gets you a pre-assigned reserved deckchair that’s yours all day, right in the heart of the action, with a prime view of bandstand to watch all of the live music.  

RESERVED GRANDSTAND SEATING

£59 gives you entry to the Grandstand, with its tiered seating and elevated view both of the track and the finish line.  Want to be closer to the action? You’ll have to race!

HOW DO I GET MY TICKETS?

Tickets will be delivered by post before the event

WHAT IS INCLUDED IN HOSPITALITY?

Want to celebrate 200 years of cycling in style? Check out our luxury hospitality options: https://www.sportsworld.co.uk/sportsworld-hospitality/cycling-hospitality/world-cycling-revival-hospitality

IS THERE WHEELCHAIR ACCESS?

Yes. Please contact us at [email protected] so we can help with your arrangements.

ARE CHILDREN WELCOME?

Yes. Children are “more” welcome on Saturday, where they have a concession ticket. After all, Thursday and Friday are school days, and we are sure all of our patrons are responsible parents…

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