Photo by @fahmyrhamadan The bikes, the wide-open space, the sense of adventure — all this reminds Fahmi (@fahmyrhamadan) of his childhood. “This is a timeless moment,” he says. Follow along to see more of our favorites from last weekend's hashtag project, #WHPclassic.

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Ageless wonder


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The old days ☺☺☺☺😀


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Looks like a lot of space for a good ride no cars


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HAPPY new year


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Beautiful pic


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So cool


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Supper cool boys


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یادش بخیر


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Niet mooi warokm zetten Julie het er dan op


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Eu e meus amigos


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The loader gee


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Mantap bener..


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Wow yar


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