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Biking the Freeze Where You Live

4:30 PM EST on January 6, 2010

101001624_7f1e1a4ba2.jpgRiding in Longmont, Colorado. (Photo: Richard Masoner)

It's time for another Streetsblog Network slide show. This time, in honor of the frosty weather enveloping much of the country (and the world), we're looking for your pictures of cycling in inclement conditions. Snow, ice, extreme cold -- we know that you're out there riding in it. At least some of you.

Here's your chance to show unbelievers how fabulous cold-weather riding can be. Or, if you're watching from the sidelines, go ahead and snap a few pictures of some of the bundled-up folks you see braving the freeze.

Send your JPEGs to sarah [at] streetsblog [dot] org, or tag them with "winterbikes" and "streetsblog" in Flickr. Get them to me by Wednesday, January 13, and we'll post the results soon after.

In the meantime, check out some of our past slide shows: kids on bikes, work bikes, and space hogs.

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