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
The weather has been rather gloomy and grey this week and so we asked for your sunny shots to remind us of better times!
First up we’ve got this dreamy submission from our Facebook fan Garry Templeman.
Next, we don’t have such an inspiring backdrop… but James Wilke’s spangly Cube Agree more than makes up for it.
This seaside panoramic from David Taylor is a thing of beauty, and his Cannondale CAAD10 isn’t bad either!
Allison Chappell fired across this sun-dappled Specialized duo.
There’s only a ray or two visible here, but Paul Bradbury appears to have made himself at home with his trusty Genesis.
Chris Lade’s shot shows one very happy little man, and we can know why – he’s bound to have a better bike than all of his mates!
Richard Turner sure knows how to get a nice picture of his resting Specialized!
Andrew’s Santa Cruz looks ready to carve some lines through those autumn leaves
Richard’s Cube takes pride of place in a lovely photograph – we think this one is worthy of framing!
Our Twitter follower Bryan Weiss sent across this shot of his superbly equipped Yeti 575
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, or tweet a picture of your bike to us @bikeradar (be sure to add the hashtag #readersrides) 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.