Frog Bike - We'd like to say a huge thanks to Frog Bikes who will be providing the winner of the design a poster competition with a Frog Bike. Frog Bikes are a small British company dedicated to making cycling fun for children. They believe that the lighter the bike, the easier it is for children to learn to ride, and to enjoy it more as they progress.
For the older secondary school children Trek Bikes will be providing the winner of the 30 second film competition with a Marlin 5.
The Marlin 5 is a trail-worthy daily rider that's perfectly suited for everyday adventures, on and off the trail.
Edinburgh Napier University and the Mountain Bike Centre of Scotland are pleased to launch a competition to engage schoolchildren to be creative and tell us all the great things that riding their bike means to them.
The award winners will be announced at the Scottish Mountain Bike Awards on 23rd November, in Aviemore, held as part of the DMBinS International Mountain Bike Conference 2018.
We're looking for entries in one of two formats:
Primary School Children - design a poster
Secondary School Children - submit a short film (up to 30 seconds)
Tell us in your own words - Why do you like riding your bike?
Tell us what the benefits are? - physical and mental health, meeting your friends, having fun, being in the countryside - whatever makes you get on your bike.
The competition is open to young people of school age in Scotland.
There are 2 categories in this year's competition which is open to children who attend Scottish schools. The categories are:
Deadline Midnight Sunday 4th November
If you have any questions regarding the competition get in touch email@example.com
We're also really excited about the runner up prizes that we have - here's a selection below:
Edinburgh Napier University is this year the official education partner of the TweedLove Bike Festival.
Here's a quick example of what you can do in 30 seconds. Someone with a lot more technical know how than us made a sample film entry so that you can get the idea of what we are looking for. Let your imagination take over and come up with some amazing original content.
We are really looking forward to finding out what you can do! And hopefully some of the entries will have mountain bikes in them too.
To enter our competition download the entry forms below. All submissions can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org OR send by post to: Competition, Mountain Bike Centre of Scotland, Peel Tower, Glentress, EH45 8NB.
Last year we ran a pilot competition asking the children from six Tweed Valley primary schools to tell us what they thought the Mountain Bike of 2020 would look like. We were delighted with all the original entries. Take a look at some of these above for inspiration for our 2018 competition.
Thanks to Endura, Ridelines Mountain Bike Tuition, Hillside Outside Ltd, TweedLove, Ruaridh Cunningham, Trev Worsey, Enduro Mountain Bike Magazine, Canyon Factory Racing, Alpine Bikes, Hope Technology and all of the schools that participated for making the competition possible in 2017!