Team #LovingtheBike Photos From #30daysofbiking

23
Apr
2013

We’re only a few days from the end of another exciting #30daysofbiking, and Team #LovingtheBike has been representing and posting some amazing pictures on our facebook page.

If you haven’t already heard of the extra kick we give the #3odaysofbiking challenge, you can read about how Team #LovingtheBike spends the month of April, in this post.

There’s a point given for posting a photo to our page, and some of the pictures have been over the top.  Two of our teammates have even taken on a riding mascot and include them in their photos.  Have a look at just a few of the submitted pictures, and head over to our facebook page to see the rest.

Riaan and his signature photo graphics:

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Laura and her teammate Snoopy:

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Jim rides in honor of the Boston tragedy:

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Some great scenery from one of Dave’s rides:

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Mark and his mascot teammate, the monkey:

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Julie stops at one super cool bike stand:

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Marty and Thor get ready for her first triathlon:

#30daysofbiking

Enjoy Your Ride

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  • http://twitter.com/trimon29 Eric Hutchins

    Love it. Next time Pamela and I will get back in.

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