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Posted at 01:02 PM ET, 11/14/2011

D.C. Tweed Ride recap (photos)

Bikers start out across H street NE on the first D.C. Tweed Ride in 2009. (Evy Mages - For The Washington Post)
D.C.-based social group Dandies and Quaintrelles pulled off its autumn answer to spring’s Seersucker Social Sunday, unleashing scores of vintage-clad bicyclists onto the city streets for the third annual D.C. Tweed Ride.

The group, founded in 2009, says it’s “founded on the ideals of refined style and purposeful living.”

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View the very sophisticated video from SocialStudiesDC after the jump:

D.C.’s aspiring dandies dressed up to the nines — Edwardian-style — for the annual Tweed Ride. It's just one of the fashion-forward events now dotting the social calendars of area men. (Evy Mages - For The Washington Post)

DC Tweed Ride 2011 from SocialStudiesDC on Vimeo.

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