Copenhagen Bike Share Competition
Challenging cyclists to create "an attractive and modern bike share system," Copenhagen pushes their standing as a forward-thinking, eco-friendly city with a competition open to designers around the globe.
Updating their 1995 bike sharing system (the first of its kind), the major goal is to create a transportation system effective in increasing the percentage of cyclists around Copenhagen while decreasing the number of injuries—geared toward commuters, tourists and city residents alike.
For more details regarding the criteria involved, visit the Bike Share Copenhagen website. The competition closes 18 November, 2009, with the first place winner not only seeing their design implemented but also taking home €33,000.
The CH25 is a showcase of creators and innovators from a broad range of disciplines who are currently working to drive the world forward.