We've teamed up with photography giant Canon to give away two amazing prize bundles to budding photographers.


For you chance to win some amazing Canon kit, show us your best photographs. All you have to do is use the hashtag #canonfirsts on your action, outdoor, and adventure shots, and add them to Instagram.

There’s a reason why Canon cameras are trusted by some of the best mountain bike photographers in the world. From Sven Martin to Sterling Lawrence and our own Seb Schieck the great and good trust Canon to bring their world to life and live for the story.

Here’s your chance to win one of two amazing prize bundles. Here’s what's up for grabs:

Photography is at the heart of everything we love. Whether it's Sam Hill's devastating washout on the final turn in Val di Sole or Brandon Semenuk 720ing his way to his fifth Joyride victory, the sport of mountain biking is most often told through a lens. Unless there’s somebody there to capture that moment, that’s all it really is; a moment. A fleeting memory, distorted over time, eventually forgotten. A photograph turns moments into memories and captures them forever.

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We’re looking for the undiscovered photographers out there. A new generation, whatever the age, who can capture that special moment that can bring it to life. And we want to see what you’ve got.

Entering couldn't be easier. Whether it's an old shot or a new one - as long as it's one of your own - add #canonfirsts to your action, outdoor and adventure photos when you upload them to Instagram.

Editors from the Factory Media network, which includes the biggest names in Action, Outdoors and Adventure will sit down and pick the winners.

Photographs simply have to be your own work, and good enough to impress our panel of action sport and adventure judges. So, what are you waiting for?

Looking for some inspiration? Here's one from the Dirt vault. But don't worry, we won't pick it as a winner...

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Take a look at how Jack Sprogis and his photographer mate, Will Eaton, got on hitting a jump for the first time and shooting with the cameras for the first time