British Cycling photography competition showcases some fantastic seasonal shots
Published 21 November 2012
British Cycling presents the latest winners for our ‘cycling through the seasons’ themed photography competition. This theme saw a wide variety of photos submitted, and all three winners captured a great seasonal atmosphere.
Andy Reeve’s autumnal photograph of Cannon Hill Park in Birmingham won third place (above left). Andy took this photo on his phone while on his commute home through the park. His quick thinking not only produced a great image, it also acts as a wonderful reminder for why he loves cycling in the autumn. Congratulation Andy and enjoy your prize – a fantastic Rouleur Annual.
Stephen Macmillan won second place for his summer photo of a woodland bike ride in Scotland (above right). The photo was taken at Glentress Forest in Scotland just at the end of summer. ‘We had amazing weather and were able to cycle right out of our campsite and up onto the trails,’ Stephen said. Stephen has won a limited edition Il Soigneur musette, ideal for carrying all his cycling essentials.
Finally, to reveal our fourth photography competition winner for the ‘cycling through the seasons’ theme – congratulations go to Paul Mellor. Paul’s summertime photograph (above) was taken while on a family holiday in the beautiful Forest of Dean. Every great family bike ride should include a long, downhill section perfect for freewheeling and Paul certainly made the most of this one, racing ahead of his wife and daughter so he had enough time to get his camera out and take this brilliant summer cycling photo. Paul has won a great Vulpine merino wool cycling jersey – congratulations from everyone at British Cycling.
Congratulations to Paul, Stephen and Andy from everyone at British Cycling!