Just one day after St Paul's carnival, Bristol has been celebrating another festival - this time on two wheels.
The city's cycle festival kicked off earlier at Castle Park -the aim of the day is to inspire people to get on thier bikes.
Large crowds made the most of the sunshine in bristol to head to College Green for the City's BIg BIke Ride.
The event coincided with the end of Bristol's Big Green Week, an event celebrating Bristol's achievement as Green Capital 2015.
Community groups in Bristol are being offered £10,000 each for events and projects to make the city more sustainable. It's part of preparing for Bristol's European Green Capital status next year.
The government has announced a £7 million grant to help Bristol in its role as European Green Capital next year. Bristol's Mayor says he wants the year to be FUN so how will the money do that? Our political correspondent Bob Constantine reports..
Bristol Mayor George Ferguson says the £7 million pounds awarded to Bristol in its new role as Energy Capital of Europe must help all communities in the city:-
Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander says the £7 million awarded to Bristol for its green capital role will help fund a new prize for clean technology, and host a series of international summits:-
The Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Danny Alexander has been in Bristol today to announce that the city will receive £7 million of additional funding to support it as European Green Capital.
Mr Alexander says the funding will deliver a range of projects to help Bristol remain at the centre of green investment and urban sustainability.
Bristol is to get £7 million to help in its role as European Green Capital for 2015.
The money will go to projects including a schools programme to teach children about climate change. The city won the title on the strength of its commitment to the environment.
The grant will be announced by the Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Danny Alexander, on a visit to the city today.
Bristol has won the race to become European Green Capital in 2015. The announcement was made at a ceremony this evening in Nantes in France, the current holder of the title.
The city has beaten Brussels, Glasgow and Ljubljana in Slovenia to the award.
Bristol's Mayor George Ferguson has been in Brussels today, trying to persuade a panel of judges to make Bristol the European Green Capital for 2015.
It lost out to Copenhagen in last year's competition but, as Caron Bell reports, things look more promising this time round: