Fancy getting your bike into one of our galleries for tens of thousands of bike fans to see? Every week at BikeRadar we'll be giving 10 lucky individuals that opportunity.
Every Friday 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.
This week's readers' rides
The 5010 is still one of the hottest bikes around and it's not hard to see why. We're sure this one rides as well as it looks too. Thanks to Alex Ofthe Forest for this one.
Here's Biran Falk-Dotan's custom Spectrum. Weighing in at 6.6kg as shown, this titanium racer is said to be both stiff and comfortable. This photo was taken shortly before the bike's first race, the Tour de Terra Cotta in Ontario, Canada.
Chris Keast was quick off the mark. Here he is with his beloved Cannondale overlooking his local trails In Pendeen, Cornwall.
James Wilkes' very nice Cube road bike parked in what he calls the safest place on a train. We don't blame him.
Mason Allerby's Santa Cruz Nomad is nothing short of a dream machine.
Michael Wilson with his Carrera TdF having completed the London to Paris. Good work.
It's safe to say that Mark Hemming's isn't afraid to get his Bird Zero.AM hardtail a little soggy.
The Italian connection is strong in this entry from Facebook fan Richard Meese.
Rusty sent over this snap of his nicely colour co-ordinated Cotic BFe.
Why should the fun be just for one? Well, in Robert Miller's case it doesn't have to be, thanks to his classic Gitane tandem.
Want to get your ride featured?
To get involved in next week's article, simply tweet a picture of your bike to the BikeRadar Twitter page (be sure to add the hashtag #readersrides) or, once requested, post a picture of your bike to the BikeRadar Facebook page 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.