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By 29/03/2016February 15th, 2017Cycling, Fashion, Menswear, News, Tailoring, Uncategorized
Groomsmen from left to right Phil North (cousin of the bride), Rob Partridge (cyclist), Dale Appleby (cyclist), Ian Stanard (cyclist), Ed Clancy (cyclist), Geraint Thomas   (groom), Reece Thomas (brother of the bride), Ian Middleton (best man), Alun Thomas (brother of the Groom), Ben Swift (cyclist), Rich North (cousin of the bride)

Racing cyclist Geraint Thomas got married to his wonderful
bride Sara last year in Wales.

Unlike Geraint who is very fast on a bike, the wedding
pictures were a little slower coming through.
Since the wedding, he has gone on to win the prestigious
Paris to Nice bike race.

Since the wedding, he has gone on to win the prestigious
Paris to Nice bike race.

Having beaten Australian Richie Porte and Spaniard Alberto Contador
into 2nd and 3rd place respectively it now raises the
chance of a third British winner for the Tour de France and the first Welshman
When Geraint got married, he couldn’t find a venue for the
wedding so he bought a grade 2 listed manor house for the event. This shrewd
move has turned into a great business venture for the future. A wedding venue!
How smart is that?
He was equally smart choosing Jeff Banks as his bespoke
wedding tailor. Not just for him and his father but Sara’s dad as well. Not
just that, he turned to Jeff for all ten best men.
Friends and fellow champions were amongst the honoured guest
The suits were all made from super 110’s wool mohair fabric
from Dormeuil. Geraint had a morning coat as well as a lounge coat for the
ceremony but stuck to the morning coat into the early hours of the morning.

Who knows, he might get to wear the lounge coat at the
celebration party in Paris after he wins the Tour De France.