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Cast Your Vote for the Best Picture of Car-Free Kiddies in Cities

Are cities good places for children?

The hundreds of beautiful photos you all sent in to our Kiddies + Cities Photo Contest, co-sponsored by the Alliance for Biking & Walking, testify that the answer to that question is "yes." The vibrancy and diversity in cities make them fertile ground for children's sponge-like minds and boundless energy. And what better way is there to model healthy, active living for your kids than to walk, bike, and explore the city with them outside the confines of a car?

Now we need your help. We couldn't pick just two winners, so please help us out by voting for your favorite picture. The top two vote-getters will win free Breezer bikes! (Click any photo to enlarge.)

Polls close at 5:00 p.m. next Monday, October 7, and the winners will be announced the next day.

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