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Bhlubarber ADMIN March 13, 2012
The Momentum Magazine Flickr Group is the place to post your best urban cycling images. We want to see what cycling in North America means to you, so upload your pics & have the chance to be published in Momentum's print and/or digital edition.

We're exploring the North American bicycle lifestyle and photography is a great way to see this!

www.momentummag.com

Group Description

Momentum Mag promotes, encourages and inspires "smart living by bike".

We are a print/digital lifestyle magazine focused on transportation cycling and bike culture in North America. Momentum editorial coverage includes arts & culture, city and people profiles, travel, women, families, style, current events and gear.

We focus on urban cycling as a mode of transportation (and fun!)
Check out us out at www.momentummag.com

Please post your photos that show real people on bikes! We are all about transportation cycling - city, country, streets or paths - and want to see your images of urban cyclists in action, at rest, play or work. Stylish riders, carrying strange items on your bike, news flashes from North American cities and all the creative expression cycling culture brings.

Culture happens when we get together - let's see what you and your bike pals do for fun!

Please do not load the pool with a series of similar images: Edit and post your best!

Thanks!
"Team Momentum"

Group Rules

At Momentum, we are all about North American transportation & utility cycling at all ages. Please post your images of urban cycling - culture, style, advocacy, infrastructure, people and fun.

Please do not post images of road racing, cyclo-cross or mountain biking, unless in an urban context as it relates to our work.

Check out www.momentummag.com for more about us and contact photo@momentummag.com for image queries and pitches.

Thank you and enjoy!

Additional Info

  • Members can post 8 things to the pool each day.
  • Accepted content types: Photos, Videos, Images, Art, Screenshots
  • Accepted safety levels: Safe
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