Category: Photography

Cycle Touring Photo Competition 2020: The Shortlist Public Vote

The judges have met, deliberated, discussed, debated and chosen their favourite ten photographs. If you made it into the top ten, congratulations! You have won a new EuroVelo map overview map that will be in the post before the end of the month. If you didn’t make the top ten, commiserations; there’s always next year… And it’s now time for the public to have their say to decide 1st, 2nd and 3rd places.

Cycle Touring Photo Competition 2020: The Winners Are…

The judges will now deliberate and come up with a shortlist of ten photographs. Those ten shortlisted winners will all win a brand new EuroVelo map. There will then be a public vote (a knock-out competition) that will start on Tuesday 2nd June – here on CyclingEurope.org, on Twitter and on Facebook with the votes being added together to determine the first, second and third placed photographs.

Cycle Touring Photo Competition 2020: Update

Over 100 entries have been submitted to the Cycle Touring Photography Competition 2020! And there’s still three weeks to go before the deadline of the 31st May. All you need to do is send your best photos from 2019 (that must include a picture of your bike on a cycle tour of some kind) to office@CyclingEurope.org. Great prizes from Cicerone Press and the European Cyclists’ Federation. Full competition details at CyclingEurope.org/Compeition.

How To Take Amazing Cycling Photographs

The continent is packed with tons of enthralling and breath-taking cycling routes. Regions such as Bordeaux, Vienna, Paris, Utrecht and Berlin are beautiful, and it would be a waste to cycle through these routes without memorialising them in photographs. However, taking action shots in these gorgeous places can be quite a challenge, especially if you are new to photography.