Tim is leaving Betsy at home this autumn for a whistle stop tour of Japan,
visiting locations and food & drink producers nationwide. November 2017.

The road trip is a recce to search out and meet with interested prefecture leaders, artisan producers and other parties. Paving the way towards a successful and powerful project in 2018.


Seasoned Food Cyclists Tim & Betsy are on another caper, this time to invite Japan to dinner. Cycling through Japan the tweed crusaders will visit master food producers, chefs and home cooks learning about the fabulous produce they create everyday and in return inviting them to try British food at it's quintessential best.

Movable Feast

The Great British Food Cycle is causing a food revolution. We are creating a new listening for great british food and it's producers, globally.

Our particular focus is to introduce the Japanese people to the joy of quintessentially British quality fare, in a unique and inventive way.

The Movable Feast is a travelling British food event. A series of mouthwatering feasts, with an invitation for guests to open their minds to a fresh new food experience. To blow away diner’s preconceptions and old thinking.The dining experience will be enhanced by sumptuous support materials which compliment the spectacular food served. We give greater depth and tell the fascinating story of great british food producers.

Japanese road trip

A fascinating and very satisfying food tour & research journey was undertaken November 2017. Tim visited many cities in Japan and had the opportunity to taste delicacies and specialities never seen outside of Japan.

The 2200 mile (3550kms) odessy gave him new insight into the differences and similarities between the two powerful cuisines.

What is clear is the Japanese people demand quality, provenance and taste and seasonality.


Tim also met with some specialists food artisans, while in Japan who would love an opportunity to introduce their produce to the British consumer. Tastes & textures completely unknown to the British. Opening up a new voyage of discovery in the UK.

@ 2016 Great British Food Cycle