It may have been a wet and windy Sunday morning but that didn’t stop us from donning our finest attire once again to hit the road for the Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride. We filled up the bikes, fuelled up on caffeine & met pre-ride at ‘Street Bike’ in Halesowen with the rest of the P&Co team.
Celebrating the art of being dapper and showing our own appreciation for classic and vintage motorbikes, we joined 350 others in the Birmingham ride down to the Black Country Living Museum in Dudley (near Birmingham), which was the filmset of some of the most famous scenes from the BBC series Peaky Blinders. So far locally, £15,811 & counting has been raised for the Movember charity towards Prostate Cancer & Men’s Mental Health, with a worldwide total of £4.5m.
Arriving into the Black Country Living Museum in our tweed jackets, flat-caps & polished brogues was the perfect homage to all things 'Peaky Blinders'. Sheltering from the downpour, there was a great sense of camaraderie as we ended the day with the rest of the riders enjoying a hearty portion of old fashioned fish & chips and enjoying a pint or 2 in the museums local. Start: Street Bike, Halesowen After Party: Black Country Living Museum, Dudley
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