The World Cycling Revival Festival is a brilliant 3-day festival in London. It’s taking place at the newly re-opened Herne Hill Velodrome, one of the oldest and most famous cycling tracks in the world. There will be endless things to do (all in 1940s-style fancy dress), including cycling races to watch, live music to listen to, unique exhibitions and activities to enjoy whilst eating and drinking to your heart’s content in the sunshine. A perfect day out for those who like racing, music and tweeds. Join us for a British Garden Party like no other.
- Japanese Keirin Trophy Competition, with bookmakers Fitzdares and a field of world-class riders such as Olympic Gold Medallist Ed Clancy, Keirin world champions Francois Pervis, Azizul Awang and many more
The R.White’s Penny Farthing One-Hour World Record Attempt, last set in 1891!
- David Millar leads the first ever Brompton ’48 Invitational, a Le Mans style start Brompton folding bicycle track race with a cash prize of £10,048
- ITV’s Ned Boulting to host a series of talks a discussions with cycling historians, celebrities and campaigners - including ex GB coach Shane Sutton
- Unique events such as bicycle polo or take a hop on a tethered hot-air balloon
- Live Jazz and Swing Music from the UK’s leading bands
- Cocktails and Champagne from the likes of Fever-Tree and Pommery Champagne
- Swing Dancing with Dragon’s Den Stars Swing Patrol and a vintage fashion village
- A stunning craft ale yard and a master brewer’s tasting house presented by London’s famous Fuller’s brewery
- The first ever Oxford & Cambridge Varsity track race - two of the oldest university cycling clubs in the world
- A magnificent exhibition hall on the history of the bicycle featuring 30 historic bicycles from the National Cycling Museum
- A never-before-seen collection of classic cycling photography
- Immersive vintage activities and beauty parlours, celebrating the halcyon days of the 1940s when Herne Hill hosted the 1948 London Olympics