Here's an excerpt from the piece:
"Almost imperceptibly though, the group began to stir. Helmets were tightened. Route sheets pocketed. Watches checked. Clusters of riders rose to pick up their bikes, transforming into a loose pack with a single fixed purpose: to ride right through the night.
As the pinks and reds of a setting sun gave way to the deeper hues of night, we gently paced our way out of the tight bright urban sprawl into the space and calm of the countryside. Up ahead, the column of cyclists formed a shifting string of blinking red lights, stretched out along the road, twisting lithely like a living organism next to the stationary lights of the queuing traffic. It was a fantastic sight."Exhibit X, are hosting 116 to Sea, an exhibition of the photographs at the Pebbledash Gallery in Stoke Newington, running from 7 - 13 November, with a private view on Friday 6 November.
(For more pics of the ride, check out Alistair's pics on his Dunwich Flickr set.)