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Written by Shellwood Blake on 12th June 2018


At the crack of dawn Elephant Family launched its dazzling summer fundraising campaign ‘Concours d’éléphant’ with the grand unveiling of a customised fleet of vehicles at London’s leading landmarks

A cavalcade of designer inspired, quintessentially Indian vehicles known as the ‘Concours d’éléphant’ took to the streets of the London this morning, as part of a ‘dawn raid’ on the city’s landmarks

Hugh Francis Anderson riding the Krazy Horse bike, Simon de Burton riding the House of Hackney bike, Jeremy Taylor riding the Dan Baldwin bike, Oli Wheeler and Tina Hobley riding the Boyarde bike, Michael Mann riding the Belstaff bike and Tommy Clarke riding the Luke Edward-Hall & Saloni bike make up the customised Royal Enfield fleet outside Buckingham Palace for the Elephant Family’s ‘Concours d’éléphant’ dawn raid

Boris Johnson, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs chats to Simon de Burton on the House of Hackney bike and Sam Pelly on the Boyarde bike while on Elephant Family’s ‘Concours d’éléphant’ outside Horse Guards

Hugh Francis Anderson riding the Krazy Horse bike, Jeremy Taylor riding the Dan Baldwin bike, Sam Pelly riding the Boyarde bike, Michael Mann riding the Belstaff bike, Simon de Burton riding the House of Hackney bike and Tommy Clarke riding the Luke Edward-Hall & Saloni bike make up the customised Royal Enfield fleet in front of the Wellington Arch

Hugh Francis Anderson riding the Krazy Horse bike, Jeremy Taylor riding the Dan Baldwin bike, Sam Pelly riding the Boyarde bike, Michael Mann riding the Belstaff bike, Simon de Burton riding the House of Hackney bike and Tommy Clarke riding the Luke Edward-Hall & Saloni bike make up the customised Royal Enfield fleet in front of the Wellington Arch

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