Wanted: Your Photos of Kids on Bikes

3532254875_a00c58e597.jpg(Photo: Richard Masoner of Cyclelicious)

Hey,
we need your help again for our next slide show. This one is going to
make you feel good. We’re looking for pictures of kids on bikes — on
their own, with their parents, on trailers and seats and Xtracycles and
whatever other kind of rig there is. Show us what you’ve got.

Send your JPEGs to sarah [@] streetsblog [dot] org, or tag them
with "kidbikes" and "streetsblog" in Flickr. Your deadline is next
Tuesday, November 24.

Our past slide shows have been on bike traffic, space hogs, work bikes and crummy transit conditions. Check them out if you haven’t already.

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