Dozens of bikers from the Royal British Legion have passed through Derbyshire today as part of a 100-mile sponsored ride to commemorate the start of the First World War.
The group set out from Alfreton at 8am, passing through Matlock, Belper, Ripley, Heanor, and Derby, before stopping for lunch in Ashbourne.
The 50-strong group then headed to Buxton, and from there are due to pass through Castleton, Hope, Grindleford, Chesterfield, Clay Cross and Shirland.
It begins a series of events being staged by the Legion in honour of the centenary of Britain's entry into the Great War, on August 4, 1914.
A commemoration concert will be held by Hathersage branch tomorrow, and on July 13 a Drumhead Service will be held by Glossop branch.