Russian bikers on a ride to South Ossetian capital

Moscow’s bikers have set off on a peace drive to mark the first anniversary of the war in South Ossetia. They will link Moscow and Tskhinval covering, over 6,000 kilometers.

Bikers from different parts of Russia will join them during the ride.

On their way to South Ossetia they'll stop off in Beslan. That's the town where almost four hundred people died during a school siege in 2004.

In Tskhinval, they’ll join a “Say no to war” rally and demonstrate their bike skills to children.