May was Bike Month, and to celebrate we held another photo contest! You can see the whole photo gallery here. As you can see, we had many fantastic submissions. Our judges  Vincent Feldman and Colin Lenton actually had trouble selecting the winners. Thanks to our sponsors, Knog, Brewerytown Bicycles, ALLONEWORD Caps, Parx Casino Philly Cycling Classic, and Yards Brewing Co., who donated prizes to the winners. Check them out below and let us know your favorite in the comments.

Philliest’ Photo – citymovers

B-e-a-utifullllll day for a 12 mile, historical filled, pedal with @phillybiketours! Go check them out!

Judge, Colin Lenton says: I’ve always loved this view of the city and seeing it on a bicycle is one of the best ways to do it. Nice photo, and love the sky.

Most Adventurous’ Photo – kelpiuscycling

Sometimes Belmont is magical. Or is that Mat’s aura?? Either wayI give this MTB date two thumbs up. #kelpiuscycling

Judge Vincent Feldman says: I agree with #kelpiuscyling it is the Aura that makes this shot worth staring into. Plus it captures the majesty and adventure of being out in the wilds of West Park.

Least Ordinary’ Photo – ljsheffield

Happy Mother’s Day! Awesome yoga/running/biking triathlon this am thanks to @romanjasper and @chrismatic215 FINALLY my #yogokickstand @yogogirls #felt #runner #yoga #yogamomma #yogionabike #love #yogaeverydamnday #bikeeverydamnday XXOO

Judge, Colin Lenton says: I like this photo for least ordinary because this is one of the least ordinary ways I’ve ever seen a bicycle used. Nice Form !

Meet Our Judges:

Vincent Feldman is the author and photographer of City Abandoned:  Charting the Loss of Civic Institutions in Philadelphia.  He is a life long resident of Philadelphia and has been photographing the city since the mid Eighties.  He is a Master Lecturer at the University of the Arts where he teaches photography.

Colin Lenton is a commercial and editorial photographer based in Philadelphia. He is a co-owner of Philadelphia Productions, a 2500sq. ft. rental photo studio in Olde Kensington. Colin bought his first bike, a Marin Muirwoods, at age 12 after saving money from his paper route for a year. Many many bikes later, he still rides every day and brings his mountain bike with him on business trips whenever possible.