Winners Announced For December Photo Competition

Today, we're announcing the winners of our BikeRadar December photography competition, which challenged the 248 members of the "12 Rides of Christmas" Challenge to upload their best photos from this year - from training ride views to race action, memories of an unforgettable summer and club shots.

From 299 enties, we shortlisted 10 photographs to go through to a public vote, which has been taking place on our Facebook page this week.

The two photographers with the most 'Likes' have won an exclusive BikeRadar Training T-shirt and we can now reveal that in second place with 115 votes is thepopela1, from the UK, with this photo taken on trails in South Wales:

And in first place, with 128 votes, is shreddder, who's from Germany. He won you over with this atmospheric image of...two fellow cyclists. Congratulations to shreddder who has now won two photo competitions in a row and is therefore the photographer to beat.

A massive thanks to everyone who entered the competition – we now have more than 776 photographs from our training members on the site, so watch out for another photo competition in the New Year.

Winners need to contact BikeRadar via the HelpDesk link at the bottom of this page , stating their name and postal address to claim their prize. It's not too late to join the "12 Rides of Christmas" Challenge - Join now, log 12 rides in December for your chance to win a December prize.

BikeRadar Training is a free online resource for you to record and analyse all aspects of your training, log your training routes, get yourself tailored training plans, see how you're doing on our leaderboards, set goals and plan your season with a comprehensive events guide.

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