Photos: Tweed ride 2016

Photo by Greg Berg

Photo by Greg Berg

Bike Friendly Oak Cliff rescheduled its 2016 tweed ride from Saturday to Sunday, and even though it was chilly, about 30 vintage clad riders participated.

Dressmaker Tracy Popken led the ride. She told CW33 news, “I think we’re all a little stressed this year. So, we’re going to be wearing happy clothes, riding old bikes, cruising through the prettiest parts of downtown and the having a big picnic.”

This is the fifth or sixth tweed ride BFOC has led since 2009. It started in Fair Park, made a couple of stops in Deep Ellum and ended at the Dallas Museum of Art.

Here are more photos from Greg Berg:

Photo by Greg Berg

Photo by Greg Berg

Photo by Greg Berg

Photo by Greg Berg

Photo by Greg Berg

Photo by Greg Berg

Photo by Greg Berg

Photo by Greg Berg

Photo by Greg Berg

Photo by Greg Berg

Photo by Greg Berg

Photo by Greg Berg

Photo by Greg Berg

Photo by Greg Berg

Photo by Greg Berg

Photo by Greg Berg

Photo by Greg Berg

Photo by Greg Berg

Photo by Greg Berg

Photo by Greg Berg

Photo by Greg Berg

Photo by Greg Berg

Photo by Greg Berg

Photo by Greg Berg

Photo by Greg Berg

Photo by Greg Berg

By |2016-12-05T11:07:07-05:00December 5th, 2016|News|Comments Off on Photos: Tweed ride 2016

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