On Saturday afternoon, 400 cyclists donned their most Victorian apparel for the second annual Tweed Run. The ride, which supports the charity bikes4Africa, travelled 12 miles through London with participants stopping for a best moustache prize at Geo F. Trumpers a tea party in Kensington Gardens, and other events along the way.
We happened to arrive just in time for tea and were pleased to see bikes of all shapes, sizes, and styles as well as a couple of pennyfarthings in the park. IanVisits was more ambitious and managed to witness the race from both Trafalgar Square and Kensington Gardens so be sure to check out his photos.
In case you haven't been herringboned to death yet, take a peek at this video by MrTarik73: