Every week we'll be giving 10 readers the chance for thousands of other cyclists to check out their rides on BikeRadar.
On Fridays, we'll be requesting pictures of your bike via our Facebook or Twitter pages. Then, we'll select 10 of the submitted pictures to feature in a gallery for all to see. This week's readers rides was compiled using submissions from the thriving BikeRadar Facebook community, who submitted a bewildering array of rides from all around the world.
This week's readers' rides
First up is BeEj Rai's Stanton Slackline 631, pictured here on a high-altitude adventure in this glorious Himalayan backdrop.
This stunningly pretty 1980 Gros Torino complete with Campagnolo Super Record belongs to the very lucky Gabi Enahoro.
Next up is Dave Haik's 2011 Jamis Dakar XCT4 finding shade in Wadi Degla, Cairo. We're hoping the graffiti doesn't offend!
We think that Neil Wooldridge's Orbea Ltd deserved a bit of a break after carrying him up 2,058m of the Col du Lautaret.
Garry Templeman's beach cruiser, perched here in sunny Florida Keys – we're very jealous of the location… less so of the bike!
Mark Adamson's staggeringly good Pyga Onetwenty650 almost at the top of Y Wall at Afan Forest in Wales.
Shaun Claridge hopped off his Specialized Secteur on the route to John O' Groats to grab this picture of incredible Scottish scenery.
Christopher 'Suggsey' Smith calls this "a perfect day on Dunwich Common, purple Stiffee against purple heather". It's hard to argue with such colourful coordination!
Joolz Milburn's Rose CX takes a rest in Black Hambleton, North Yorkshire. Presumably before taking on the area's rampant Adder population. Snakes on a lane? Anyone? Sorry.
Want to get your ride featured?
To get involved in next week's article, simply post a picture of your bike to the BikeRadar Facebook page when requested next Friday.
You must own the copyright of the images, or have permission from the person who does. Photos will only be used for BikeRadar Readers' Rides. We do not offer payment for the use of photos in this circumstance.