A motorcycle group near me has had a lot of luck with this new version of photo tag. It's rules are pretty simple and you can play no matter what state or country you live in.
It's kinda like the picture contest but at a faster pace.
The rules they have..... ( I added a little to them) PM me if you think of any other needed rules
Once the first challenge is set, riders will attempt to satisfy the challenge, take a pic of his/her cycle with said challenge, and post it in the thread. If the challenge is satisfied, the rider will choose the next challenge. The following rules should help clarify further:
1) After 3 days, the person who made the challenge can post their own picture and pick another topic.
2) If a challenge is not met after 7 days the last winner can pick a new topic, after 10 days any member can pick a new topic.
3) If a picture is in dispute, it needs 1 yes vote from a moderator or 3 yes votes from any forum members to be accepted.
4) After any comment, please put the current challenge at the bottom so everyone can stay up to date.
5) Pictures must be taken OFF of the bike.
6) Pictures must be taken AFTER the challenge. Rare exceptions such as pictures taken shortly BEFORE the challenge may be accepted only by 3 acceptance votes.
7) Cages may be used instead of our TW200's If and ONLY IF there is snow. (Snow must then be in the picture)
8) The following types of challenges are not allowed:
* action shots
* duplicate challenges
* illegal challenges (Anything that can get you a ticket or arrested)
* challenges involving other people
9) If a winning picture has been posted but a new challenge has not been picked refer to rule #2
#10 No cut and pasting photos, but you can get creative with props to meet a challenge (unless the challenge stipulates no props)
If anyone thinks a rule has been broken feel free to protest the photo and refer back to rule #3 (it happens all the time on the site this game started in)
Some challenges so far (I'll start putting this list together)
Your bike in next to a Bar / Tavern
Your bike on a steel deck bridge (any length)
Your TW200 parked next to a Harley
"Your TW next to a real police car." (no models or toys.)
your TW with your country's flag in it.
Let's see a perfect reflection (near perfect,identifiable) of your T-Dub in water
where you keep your precious TW keys
Your bike next to an historic monument.
-Let's see your T-Dub in front of a tree that's diameter is close to the wheelbase of the T-Dub.
your TW pictured "with" the bestest, coolest Xmas present you or your TW received this year.
tw laying on its side next to a snowman. (Not on kickstand)
night/day shot: *two* pictures, same shot, same angle; one during the day, one at night.
Show us your T-Dub with a Split-Rail Fence
Your TW with a cat on it
TW & let's have wildflowers
some type of livestock. Cattle, horses, llamas, goats, sheep, pigs.
Last edited by rm_hm; 12-01-2013 at 12:22 AM.
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Who want's to pick the first photo challenge?
Sounds like fun and it could compliment the picture thread as well ...
I am in and here is mine. Confederates got me. Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park (Georga)
"The TW may be slow, but the Earth is patient" - MK
"If I'm wrong, and it turns out that you hate it, I'll send you all my Barry Manilow albums." LB
Ok Ok I guess I will pick a topic.......
The challenge inspired by (Mark In WA)
Was a dud
Your bike in front of a business that employ's attractive women or men. (Example: Hooter's , Chippendale's, or Bikini coffee stand ) if no takers I'll come up with a new one on 10/06/11 .
Remember after every post , please put the current challenge at the bottom so everyone can stay up to date.
If you are first to post a winning picture put the new challenge you want at the bottom of your post.
Oh wait a minute that is not fair for us girls, can you add Chippendale to your list?
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