Cinema Cycles

If there’s one thing Cyclo loves almost as much as a good sportive, it’s a classic Ealing comedy. If only there was some way to combine these passions… Well now, to celebrate the re-release of “The Lavender Hill Mob” in cinemas on July 22 (then on DVD/Blue-ray, August 1) and thanks to the combined efforts of Optimum Releasing, Tally Ho! Cycle Tours and British cinema expert Richard Dacre there is. A series of three specially designed cycle tours – complete with vintage 1920’s bikes – will visit some of the iconic Central London locations from classic Ealing comedies “The Lavender Hill Mob”, “Hue & Cry” and “Passport to Pimlico”. The tours, which take place on July 29, 30 and 31, will start and end at the Southbank Centre; finishing in time to nip in and enjoy the associated film being shown as part of the “Vintage at Southbank Centre” season.


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