#readersrides week two

A selection of our readers' rides

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.

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Every Friday we’ll be requesting pictures of your bike via our Twitter page. Then, we’ll select 10 of the submitted pictures to feature in a gallery for all to see. 

This week’s readers’ rides

Starting proceedings this week is Craig Price. His lovely Rourke brought back memories of Britain’s fastest bike

Craig’s rourke: craig’s rourke
Twitter/@craigprice1983
Alaskan Tweeter Cade Dickey dropped us this shot of his homegrown FATBACK fat bike.
Cade dickey’s fat bike: cade dickey’s fat bike
Twitter/@cadedickey
Simon Hutchins proudly presented his classy-looking Charge.
Simon hutchins’ charge: simon hutchins’ charge
Twitter/@ArthurScrimshaw
Donald Gillespie’s RTS TTRX ISP 2012 team bike certainly divides opinion.
Donald gillespie’s rts ttrx isp: donald gillespie’s rts ttrx isp
Twitter/@DonaldGillespie
Alberto DellaPorta’s Twitter feed is full of Strava bike rides, presumably done aboard this Trek Madone.
Alberto’s trek madone: alberto’s trek madone
Twitter/@adelpor
Steve from Hull is proud of his chrome finished Boardman full-sus. He’s also got a matching Boardman ‘cross bike.
Steve’s boardman: steve’s boardman
Twitter/@steve_oh79
Mark Boyles’ ultra stealthy, wind-cheating Fuji D6.
Mark boyles’ fuji tt bike: mark boyles’ fuji tt bike
Twitter/@buzzgraphic
Daniel Bailey is a self-confessed road bike nut – here’s his very yellow pride and joy.
Daniel bailey’s scott: daniel bailey’s scott
Twitter/@Bailey83Daniel
Sean Evans even went to the effort of mowing his lawn to get this shot of his Focus… top work!
Sean evans’ focus: sean evans’ focus
Twitter/@seanevans1971
Aussie reader Rob uses this sweet Cinelli track bike as a commuter.
Rob’s cinelli: rob’s cinelli
Twitter/@exp035
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Want to get your ride featured? To get involved, simply tweet a picture of your bike to the BikeRadar Twitter page next Friday and be sure to add the hashtag #readersrides. 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.