THANK YOU CAMBRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS! CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED
The City of Cambridge invites you to create a design that will travel all around Cambridge, Boston and beyond! This competition is for you to design the look of a special Bluebike – called a “Unicorn” given its rare and unique nature – to become part of our regional public bike share system, Bluebikes.
Who is eligible?
You must be a high school student and a resident of Cambridge; you will need to provide a physical mailing address with your submission (this information will not be shared). All high school age Cambridge residents, including those who attend public or private high schools, charter schools or who are home-schooled, are eligible to participate.
What should my design look like?
The design should represent Cambridge and/or the Cambridge community as you see it or would like to portray it. Previous designs have ranged from literal to more conceptual; see our unicorn madness blog post and the 10 million trips bike for examples of previous bikes. We are looking for designs that celebrate what makes our city special.
If you do nothave access to or do not know how to use computer design programs:
You can create your own hand-drawn or computer-sketched design! You just need to show what it would look like on the bike. Clip the image (you should scan it if you have hand-drawn it) over the design template to show what it might look like. Don’t worry – we will help to format it to the exact specifications
Click the button below to download the design file.