Uplyme Morris entertain at vintage cycle ride

Penny farthing rider Alistair Cope from Velo Vintage, pictured with Uplyme Morris

UPLYME Morris were among those to take part in the 15th Velo Vintage cycle ride in Seaton on Saturday. 

The event attracted 140 cyclists dressed in vintage clothing and riding decorated bicycles, tricycles, tandems and penny farthings.

The cyclists enjoyed a leisurely nine-mile cycle around Seaton, starting at Seaton Jurassic and stopping at Seaton Jurassic for tea and cake, for a pub lunch and finally finishing on the seafront.

Uplyme Morris dancers provided entertainment for the cyclists and crowds at each stop.

The event raised funds for the charity Headway, which works to improve the lives of those suffering from brain injuries.

For more details on Velo Vintage and future events, visit www.velovintage.co.uk

The annual event attracted 140 cyclists dressed in vintage clothing
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Francesca grew up in Lyme Regis and has worked in community journalism in the area since 2011, having gained a First Class Honours degree in journalism and her NCTJ qualifications at Southampton Solent University.

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