Photography competition winners capture the variety of cycling
Published 3 November 2012
We're delighted to announce the second batch of winners for British Cycling's photography competition. These three entries captured the theme 'city streets and rural routes' using a variety of techniques.
Maggie Forman was awarded third place for her great city chic photo (above). Maggie took this great shot while out on a bike ride with friends, as they passed under a railway bridge and escaped the mayhem and madness of urban life. Maggie has won a fantastic showcase of cycling photography – Rouleur Annual Volume 5.
In second place was James Hards with a fantastic rural photo he calls ‘The Winding Trail’ (above). The photo was taken in Raincliffe Woods near Scarborough on a bright summer’s day; it’s a superb representation of the theme ‘rural routes’. We love this photograph: well done James, and enjoy your limited edition Il Soigneur musette.
Finally, to reveal the winner of our second photography competition – ‘city streets and rural routes’ – congratulations go to Daniel Izod. This amazing photograph (above) was taken on his commute home along Brick Lane in London. Daniel enjoys being creative with his camera, and used stop-motion technology to create this striking image. He's won a great Vulpine merino wool button cycling jersey, that will make a very nice addition to his commuting wardrobe.
Congratulations to Daniel, James and Maggie from everyone at British Cycling!