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Your pictures: Cycling

Richard Irving and his son Alexander

You have been sending in your photos following news that Bristol has become England's first "cycling city". This is Richard Irving, from Essex, and his four-year-old son Alexander.

Photo: Rob Howes

Rob Howes cycles the ten miles to work from Baydon in Wiltshire to Swindon and sent in this picture of his route.

Lance Keeley's bike

Lance Keeley sent us this picture of his bike. He started cycling as a young man when living in Germany and Holland.

Mark Witney's route into work

Mark Witney cycles 17 miles into work using the Bristol Bath cycle path.

Steve Harper's bike

Steve Harper took this photo of his bicycle near St Paul's on his way in to work in London.

Antony de Heveningham

Volunteer Antony de Heveningham from the local mountain biking community helps to improve an off-road trail in 50 Acre Wood in Bristol.

Photo: Graham Dean

Graham Dean sent us this picture of cyclists travelling through Bristol on their way to work. Send your photos to yourpics@bbc.co.uk. See terms and conditions on the right.



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