Whether it be be the latest piece of tech to roll off the factory line or a vintage racer that has been brought back to life, we all love to look after, improve, and at times show off our pride and joy.
Cycling Weekly has now created the platform for you to showcase your bikes, no matter its age, no matter its condition we want to see!
Each week we will collate a selection of the best rated bikes for our best bike feature, with the highest rated bike winning 'bike of the week'
So don't be shy, join the Rate My Bike Facebook group and get involved.
1. Craig Davies's Bianchi Oltre XR4
The celeste paint job on every Bianchi makes them a strong contender every week.
2.Tom Hough's Basso
Simple but elegant.
3. Andrew Perrin's 3T Strada
The striking blue chain almost made us forget about the single chain ring.
4. Rick Perkins's Pinarello
Rick has bought this Pinarello back to life, and it's safe to say he is pretty chuffed...
"I may not have a vintage Ferrari but I have owned the two wheeled version."
5. Scott John Halverson's Specialized Allez Sprint
This looks fast before even looking at its name.
6. Geordie Steve's Dassi Graphene Interceptor
It may not be clear in the picture, but 'Geordie Steve's' steed has a paint job is in the colours of the Royal Engineers, with a cap badge detail on top tube.
Got to love a personal touch.
7. Mitch Page's Cinelli
Take note future 'Rate My Bike' posters, contrasting backgrounds make for excellent pictures.
8. Sudo Nimm's Pinarello frame
Sudo claims his n+1 is ready. However there are some notable things that are definitely missing...
9. Timo Worst's custom Vetta
It's not all about the latest tech, as this Telai Vetta custom frameset shows. Matching the Brooks leather bar tape and saddle bag is another personal touch.
10. And this week's winning bike is Wai Lee's Sagan Superstar Edition S-Works Tarmac SL6
Congratulations to Wai, for posting this incredible machine.
Let us know what your think of the latest uploads and don’t forget to send us your own pictures on our ‘Rate My Bike’ page on Facebook and you could see it featured here next week.
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Paul Knott is a fitness and features writer, who has also presented Cycling Weekly videos as well as contributing to the print magazine as well as online articles. In 2020 he published his first book, The Official Tour de France Road Cycling Training Guide (Welbeck), a guide designed to help readers improve their cycling performance via cherrypicking from the strategies adopted by the pros.