Photo by @topangacreek Athletes on a California trail came together to form a heart for #WHPwithlove. “Often mountain bikers and hikers are at odds,” says Chris Kelly (@topangacreek), the owner of an adventure bicycle shop and organizer of weekly rides, “so I really liked that we made this heart together.”

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Nice heart 💙


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So pretty❣️


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Meet idea. Great to see "athletes" working together 👭 👬 😎


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وری نایس


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This good


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Que original de verdad..😊😊😊


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How creative world is


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I like it very much


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Beautiful to see people hanging out


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@mathias200218 @__hxnnaah @_yoru_x Je vous fais ça 💛❤


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@matis_ytb1 😍❤


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