Bike Carson Photos of the Week

It’s time once again for the Bike Carson Photos of the Week!

Campbells Bay Beach
Campbells Bay Beach by ibikenz

The first picture is of Campbells Bay Beach from Antoine in Auckland, New Zealand. Antoine writes over on his blogI Bike NZ, and is enjoying a nice summer right now. Go check out his blog for a much needed dose of sunshine! Trivia: Antoine designed the Bike Carson logo for us!

Suburban Assault
Suburban Assault by ibikenz

Another cool photo from Antoine of his Surly Cross-Check, Suburban Assault.

finally some hard snow by Scott Meikrantz

Scott M and Ron rode the McClellan Peak area a couple days after we did. It looks like they had a lot more sun, and a lot more mud!

dirty and happy by Scott Meikrantz

long st road bikes in the snow
long st road bikes in the snow by Dan Turner

Here’s another winter riding shot from Dan Turner. Skinny tires on a snowy Long Street.

Winter Rewards
Winter Rewards by Brent Ruybalid

And finally, we have “Winter Rewards” from Brent Ruybalid. I might have called this one Winter Survival. I know where I’m going this weekend…

These photos were selected from the Bike Carson Flickr Pool. Instructions for adding your photos to the pool can be found HERE.

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4 thoughts on “Bike Carson Photos of the Week

  1. “Winter Rewards” has my vote for best photo. I currently experiencing “beer envy” as my fridge is currently empty. No! That is not a sign of a good weekend.

  2. Emppppp

    Emmmmm

    ppptyyyy

    huh???

    I can’t type the word nor can I say it in regards to Beer.

    How in the world does that EVER happen?

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