Photography competition winners capture the variety of cycling
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!