One Week Left: Send Us Your Pics of Kiddies in Cities and Win a Free Bike

Street life in Linz, Austria, 2007. Photo by Ralph Aichinger

You’ve got one more week!

We’re looking for pictures of children taking part in urban street life — kids walking to school and riding bikes, kids playing in the street, kids enjoying public spaces. We can’t get enough of this stuff.

There’s one week left in our Kiddies + Cities photo contest, so don’t delay! A brand new Breezer bike could be yours.See contest rules and details here. Deadline is September 20, 5:00 p.m. Eastern.

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