We head to California, France, and Michigan for today’s Weekend Snapshot, where three members of our global community share a peek at what they were up to on their days off. See our latest collection of snapshots and find a link to share yours here…

In this edition of Weekend Snapshot, we join readers on a spontaneous getaway to beautiful Catalina Island, a first father-daughter trip in the Midwest, and a backyard ride in France’s mountainous southwest. Find this week’s snapshots below, and scroll down to the bottom of this post to submit your own!

California, USA

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By Braden Batsford (@bradenbatsford)

Campsites usually get booked up months in advance during the peak tourist season on Catalina Island, but after finding a last-minute cancellation the day before and a quick change of plans, we were on the ferry to Catalina to explore miles of picturesque gravel roads along the coast.

Manistee, Michigan, USA

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By Tyler Kregel (@shelbykregel)

I took my daughter on her first bikepacking trip. We made it short and simple to keep the grins going. We hit some beautiful northern Michigan gravel roads on our way to our campsite along the Little Manistee River. Daisy built her first fire all by herself, we did some fishing (with no luck), jumped in the river, played an absurd amount of Uno, and just got some good ole daddy and daughter time. It was magical. I don’t know if I turned her into a bikepacker yet, but we sure loved our first little trip!

Ariege, France

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By Ricardo Vieira (@ateliervelocidade)

A couple of photos of just riding with friends in the beautiful region of Ariège, France. It’s a really wild place where we can step out of the door and enjoy wonderful rides through stunning landscapes. Such a good place to have fun with your friends.

Send Us Your Weekend Snapshot

We’ll be selecting three photos per week to feature in Weekend Snapshot. Send yours along for consideration, and if it’s selected, we’ll be in touch! Note: we prefer 3:2 ratio landscape oriented photos.

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