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    • Last week's late entry titled "For the Win" by @DangerDave is the highlight of Saturday's Action Photography Challenge. The timing, the motion blur of a checkered flag all make for an epic finishing shot.

      Honorable mention goes to @rtwPaul for his two shots of an adventure ride celebrating his buddy's 40th birthday.

      Please share with us more shots on two wheels, four wheels, and any other action sports activities.

      Here is Dave's photo:

    • I couldn't decide between an action shot with two or four wheels, so instead, I compromised and found three-wheeler. It comes from my archives of driving through Geneva, Switzerland, where I saw two of these rolling through downtown. At a stoplight, I got a few seconds to shoot and the attention of the rider.

      Camera: Sony A7s

      Lens: FE 35 f1.4

      Settings: f1.4, 1/125, ISO 100

    • Yea - I've got a few from this week I can't decide on too.

      'Gold Coast Stylez'

      Photographed this 195Horsepower Turbo Bagger on the Coast this week.

      Shot from the van you can see reflected. This is how they roll on the 'Glitter Strip'.

      Nikon Z6, Nikor 28.0-300.0 mm f/3.5-5.6 at 28mm, F18, 1/40th.

    • We went on a long ride to celebrate @trevort7 birthday. Starting at Santa Cruz, California, we headed out into the fog and headwind along the Pacific Coast Highway 1. On the way back, the sky cleared up and we rode along an infamous Cliff Drive in Santa Cruz. The thick fog stayed just off the coast and made for a beautiful backdrop.

      Shot on a Sony RX100 V

    • ISO:800

      In 2007 a round of the British Superbikes was held at Mondello Park, Kildare, Ireland. I had a press pass for the weekend. Weapon of choice was a Canon 1dmk11n and a 300 2.8 with a 2x extender.

      The practice on Saturday was in Torrential rain. I snapped the shot below during Superbike practice. It's Chris "Stalker" Walker on the last corner before the main straight.

      Camera: Canon EOS-1D Mark II N

      Focal Length: 600.0 mm (751.9 mm in 35mm)

      Aperture: f/5.6

      Exposure Time: 0.00063s (1/1600)