Cyclists wear 'hi-vis' clothing for Guernsey bike ride

A group of cyclists has taken part in a bike ride in Guernsey to remind walkers and cyclists of the need to be visible in the winter.

The en-masse cycle was organised by Guernsey Bicycle Group to coincide with the clocks going back from British Summer Time to Greenwich Mean Time.

The hour-long ride was from North Beach car park in St Peter Port to St Sampson's High School and back.

Everyone taking part in the bike ride wore "hi-vis" (high visibility) gear.

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