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Hump Day Pics Of The Week – 113

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It’s time to pick the Hump Day Pics Of The Week. Again, thanks goes out to the contributors to the Suburban Assault Flickr Pool.

After a long break from the photo themes, we’re bringing one back this week. As with all of our themes, the subject is driven by a common trend that appears in the Flickr group. Lately, we’ve happily noticed a bunch of images featuring young kids riding their bikes. It’s good to know that the cycle starting all over again. This week’s theme is “Next Generation”.

I hope you enjoy this set and check back each week to see what shots get picked. Be sure to check out the Flickr page to see all the awesome bike shots shared by our extremely talented contributors.

Connor's first ride without training wheels.

"Connor's first ride without training wheels." © Bike Denton

Bike Denton – Website: Bike Denton

Cyclocamp 2011 (269)r

"Cyclocamp 2011 (269)r" © Funny Cyclist

Funny Cyclist

Shadow

"Shadow" © baudman 

baudman 

After School

"After School" © Adrienne Johnson SF

Adrienne Johnson SF – Website: Change Your Life. Ride A Bike!

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Written by dickdavid

November 2, 2011 at 5:05 am

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