Cyclists take to London's streets for the Bikeathon
A thousand charity cyclists raised money for Leukaemia Research. There were several routes available to suit all abilities. Some came dressed as pirates and some men wore pink Hawaiian dresses.
A few slovenly cyclists, unable to get out of bed early, started late at 12pm and were still peddling away at 6pm. The weather was perfect for the occasion, sunny, but not too hot.
Everyone seemed full of high spirits, so much so, one cyclist was seen singing the old favourite 'I'm forever blowing bubbles', though normally sung at football matches.