Monday, November 22, 2010
Photo gallery: Second annual Tweed Ride in downtown Dallas and Oak Cliff (November 21)
A bike ride that ends in a beer tray relay? Yes please.
OAK CLIFF The 2nd Annual Tweed Ride brought together close to 300 bicycle riders dressed up in 1920s fashion for a fun ride around downtown Dallas on Sunday. Riders from all over Dallas met at the Grassy Knoll right outside the Sixth Floor Museum, then rode around downtown, over the Zang bridge, and into North Oak Cliff to gather for fun games and refreshments at the Turner House.
Once at the Turner house, people gathered for a group picture and the games began with a beer tray relay, ring tossing, and tug of war, where the girls were victorious twice!
It was all in good fun: a great excuse to ride your bike, dress up, and have fun with family and friends.
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