Your pictures: Cycling
- 24 July 2014
- From the section In Pictures
Readers' photos on the theme of "cycling".
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "cycling", and we begin with this picture by Germanicus Hansa-Wilkinson.
Hugh Harkness: "The struggle across Aldeburgh beach looked tougher than the Tour de France."
John Bufton: "The sportive was routed through the Cambridgeshire Fens, the route required the riders to cross the East Coast Main Line. Naturally trains were operating as usual on the Sunday resulting in slight delays. The photograph was taken at Holme crossing just south of Peterborough."
Joanne Arnell: "Anywhere I go, my bike always follows. He is my legs when I need to be somewhere, and my wings when I need reprieve. Get out there :)"
Jennifer Downing: "Walking through central London, near the Tate Modern, I stopped to photograph the street markings when this cyclist approached."
Ju Barnecutt: "These cows were biking across a roundabout in France when I was travelling towards an agricultural area near Millau Viaduct."
Catherine Stapleton: "My brother and sister-in-law love their cycling so much they chose to travel to their wedding reception on their beloved tandem."
Tiffany Thurley: "I went to France for a weekend in May with three of my best friends to celebrate one of their birthdays. We had the most amazing time with incredible weather. One of the highlights was cycling on a four-seater bike along the beach in Dunkirk. A stranger pushed us to help us on our way. It was so much fun and I think having a bike where four of you can cycle together is a great idea!"
John Bonnell: "Mountain biking in Wanaka, New Zealand."
Frank Lambert: "This street performer was part of a special day to promote cycling in the city of Wakefield."
Alex Inman: "Street art I saw of two children who were painted cycling a real bike on the streets of Georgetown, Malaysia."
And finally, a photograph by A Forsythe of graffiti on the way up Jawbone Hill for the Tour de France riders in Oughtibridge, Sheffield. The next theme is "abandoned" and the deadline for your entries is 29 July. If you would like to enter, send your pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org. Further details and terms can be found by following the link below this gallery.