Bill Bradlee’s Photo Contest Entry

Bill Bradlee
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I ride for the freedom of the road. Carrying your food and shelter, you feel each rise and curve. Traveling along at 10mph you meet people and see places in a way that allows you to become human again.

Bill Bradlee

[Entry #193]

Sal Graziano’s Photo Contest Entry

Sal Graziano
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Riding a bike….be it for pleasure or exercise enhances our quality of life in every way… making us healthier and happier, for me is an on going love affair – that has nothing but good returns.

Sal Graziano

[Entry #192]

Steve Butcher’s Photo Contest Entry

Steve Butcher
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When I consider the reasons “why I ride”, various thoughts come to mind; exercise, enjoyment, and being ecologically responsible. However, when I saw this handicapped parking sign it occurred to me that I should be thankful for just being mobile. I’m also inspired by those who, despite mobility limiting illnesses or injuries, have overcome their limitations and participate in self-propelled activities.

Steve Butcher

[Entry #191]

Brian Gangelhoff’s Photo Contest Entry

Brian Gangelhoff
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I ride because it improves the quality of my life and to see whats over the next hill.

Brian Gangelhoff

[Entry #190]

Robert Rokop’s Photo Contest Entry

Robert Rokop
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Robert Rokop

[Entry #189]

Ryan Sprake’s Photo Contest Entry

Ryan Sprake
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Riding makes me happy and takes me places I wouldn’t normally go. Riding lets me take it all in along the way. I ride because it’s better.

Ryan Sprake

[Entry #188]

Cristen McLean’s Photo Contest Entry

Cristen McLean
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Through riding we get to be part of the setting (including Yosemite).

Cristen McLean

[Entry #187]

 
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