Remember to like our Facebook post to see Ryde crowned best town on the Isle of Wight.
But why is Ryde so great? Well…
The Bestival Ryde Slide saw hundreds turn out for the chance to whizz down Union Street last summer.
And let’s not forget the Pearl Izumi, which saw Olympic cyclists zoom around Ryde town centre.
Then there is not one, but two scooter rallies
The Ice Rink
Home to the Wightlink Raiders and more, most Islanders have a deep affinity with this special building.
A marvellous feat of engineering, the hovercraft has been the fastest way to get to and from the Island since the 60s.
Now Hovertravel are preparing their latest craft.
As one of the longest piers in the country, Ryde Pier is a well-known Isle of Wight landmark.
Standing with the beach on one side and a luscious green park on the other, Appley is another iconic building.
Thought to be one of the oldest carnivals in the country, Ryde folk know how to do a parade.
Of course there is also the annual Mardi Gras.
The infamous swan pedalos
Yup. That’s all we’re saying on this.
Ryde is one of the busiest spots on the Island for night life, with bars like Coburgs, Blacksheep Bar and more packed to the rafters.
Of course one of the most popular venues is The King Lud:
Just look at it!
With plenty of independent and interesting shops, Union Street and the surrounding area is the perfect place for a look around.
Speedway is back on the Isle of Wight and the only place to watch it is Ryde.
So that’s why Ryde is the best. Remember to give our Facebook post a like if your agree.
Shanklin, Sandown, Newport and Yarmouth all to come.