Your Photo of Kiddies in Cities Could Win a Breezer Bike

Have you sent in your submissions to our Back-to-School photo contest yet? You haven’t, have you?

Of course not. You were holding out to see what these supposedly fabulous prizes consist of.

Well, listen up people: When we promise fabulous, we deliver fabulous. Breezer is offering two stylish and fun Downtown EX bikes for the two contest winners. These bikes are designed for city cycling and come fully equipped with matching fenders and chainguard, not to mention “Joe Breeze’s advanced town bike geometry.” Winners will get their choice of eight available sizes.

So, now do you think you might have some time to snap a few pictures of children’s urban street life and car-free kiddie transport in your neighborhood?

You only have until September 20, so send ’em on in to photocontest@peoplepoweredmovement.org. Rules and details here.

  • Kevin Love

    Here is one of my favorite child cycling videos:

    I love the ending!

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