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    Default Pic of the week game

    I have been playing this game on another forum and it's a lot of fun. It gives people the chance to post a pic that fits the current theme thereby opening up more possibilities in many locations.



    Rules:

    1. Today is Saturday, I'll start with a theme.
    2. Saturday to Thursday is submissions time. Everyone else can post one (and only one) picture that meets the theme.
    3. Friday is voting day. Vote for the picture you like the most. You can vote even if you didn't participate with a pic during the week. (voting closes at midnight, Pacific time zone).
    4. In case of a tie during the voting day, the first vote that breaks the tie the day after will decide the winner, unless of course one party wishes to concede to the other.
    5. Saturday, the winner of the week posts a new theme using an example picture.
    6. The example picture ALSO participates.
    7. Any bike can participate... not only GS's (as long as it was yours when the pic was taken)
    8. The date of the picture does not matter, or who took the pic. You can use new or old pics as long as you've got the bike in the pic (or as much of the bike as necessary for the theme) and they meet the week's theme.



    Summarizing:
    • Saturday to Thursday: Pics that meet the week's theme are submitted.
    • Friday: Vote for your favorite pic of the week.
    • If you submit a pic for the week keep an eye on the votes you get, or at least check the thread on Saturday to see if you've won.
    • Saturday: The winner posts a new theme using an example photo.





    Here's the theme, LOW LIGHT.




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    Sounds like an interesting game.

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    Sounds cool.
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    Great pics guys!
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    This will be fun!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Burque73 View Post
    you can use new or old pics as long as they meet the week's theme.
    I'm guessing these are pics we take ?
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    I would guess that it doesn't matter who took them, as long as it's your bike.

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    mine: 2000 Honda GoldWing GL1500SE and 1980 GS850G'K' "Junior"
    hers: 1982 GS850GL - "Angel" and 1969 Suzuki T250 Scrambler
    #1 son: 1986 Yamaha Venture Royale 1300 and 1982 GS650GL "Rat Bagger"
    #2 son: 1980 GS1000G
    Family Portrait
    Siblings and Spouses
    Mom's first ride
    Want a copy of my valve adjust spreadsheet for your 2-valve per cylinder engine? Send me an e-mail request (not a PM)
    (Click on my username in the upper-left corner for e-mail info.)

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    And it meets the criteria!
    Jedz Moto
    2016 Yamaha FJ-09 Tracer - Fazer 900 The Mule
    2018 Triumph Bonneville T120-
    2020 Honda Monkey Z125 - Back road discoverer
    1996 BMW R1100R
    2017 Honda Fit - The Cheap New Honda
    Quote Originally Posted by Hayabuser
    Cool is defined differently by different people... I'm sure the new rider down the block thinks his Ninja 250 is cool and why shouldn't he? Bikes are just cool.


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