Thursday, May 19, 2011

Bike To School t-shirt design contest winners announced

Every year, Bike To School Challenge has a t-shirt design contest for students to create the unique and original artwork that is on the front of the event's commemorative t-shirt given away to every student and teacher who bikes to school just four days during the three-week program. Today we're happy to announce the winning student designs.

Emma Tomczak, a senior at Bay High School, designed the front of the Bay Bike To School Challenge t-shirt and it features the bicycle as super-hero along with the message "Save the planet. Bike to school." Her winning artwork was selected by the students of Project Earth Environmental Club, which is awarding Emma with a gift basket of goodies. She also wins a $25 gift card from BTS sponsor Century Cycles.

At Rocky River Middle School, 7th grader Clara Sandu submitted the winning artwork for the Rocky River Bike To School Challenge t-shirt (below), in which all the bicycles lead to school and help protect the planet. Clara's design was selected by the student volunteers of the Fuel Up To Play 60 group at the school. Clara will also win a gift basket from the program and a $25 gift card from BTS sponsor Century Cycles.

1 comment:

  1. Not for the contest, but saw this great shirt design.