We’ve been tweeding since 2012. Here are some photos (and videos) from our events over the years.
2022 Tweed Ride
The 2022 ride was held on Saturday May 21 and we had perfect weather. The day finished with the Tweed Fair at the Ballarat Civic Hall.
These photos were taken by Fabulous Femme and the full article can be read on their website here.
2021 Tweed Ride
The 2021 ride was held on Saturday May 8 and we had glorious weather. The day finished with a Fashions on the Field event in town.
View the full album for the ride on our Facebook or Flickr.
View the full album for the fashions on our Facebook or Flickr.
Most of the photos for the event were taken by Sophie Skoblar with image post-production by Liana.
2020 Tweed Ride
This was the year when the pandemic turned the whole world upside down, so the Ballarat Heritage Weekend became a virtual event that would allow people to participate online on the day. This virtual ride was filmed by the ride organiser and launched when 2020
2019 Tweed Ride
In 2019 our ride was sponsored by the brilliant Ballarat Lifestyle Magazine, now known as Uncover.
Images were captured by Liana (with assistance from family).
2018 Tweed Ride
In 2018 our ride was sponsored for the first time by the brilliant Ballarat Lifestyle Magazine, now known as Uncover.
View the full album for the ride on our Facebook.
Uncover also photographed the event and images have been captured by Will James Photography.
2017 Tweed Ride
2016 Tweed Ride
In 2016 the ride was sponsored by Federation University. Photos were taken by Chippy Rivera. Browse the full album on our Facebook page.
2015 Tweed Ride
The 2015 ride started at the Apron Festival and rode to the lake before returning to Sutton’s House of Music for a splendid and relaxed afternoon tea. Photos from the event were taken by Liana (with some help from family) and can be browsed on Facebook or Flickr.
2014 Tweed Ride
2013 Tweed Ride
2012 Tweed Ride
This was our first ever tweed ride and it was the unofficial fringe event that started it all. A year later the Ballarat City Council would contact the event organisers and ask them to make it an official cycling event for the city during Ballarat Heritage Weekend.
Photos were taken by Liana and can be browsed on Facebook or Flickr.