1st edition of the competition for residents of Yorkshire and the Humber region


"Your favourite cycling route in Yorkshire and the Humber"


    Are you a cycling enthusiast? You cannot imagine a weekend without your favourite two-wheeled vehicle? Do you often commute by bike?  If your answer to any of the questions was “YES”, this competition is just for you! 

    We would like to invite you to take part in the competition organised by an online transport marketplace Clicktrans.com. The only thing you have to do is to convince us that your route is the best cycling route in your region! In the winner selection process, we do not take into consideration the route itself, but the attractiveness of the way in which you present it. 


    1st prize: £ 450

    2nd prize: £ 250

    3rd prize: £ 100


    RULES:

    1. Any resident of Yorkshire and the Humber region at the age of 15 - 115 is welcome to take part in the competition
    2The majority of your route should be on the territory of the Yorkshire and the Humber region 
    3. We do not confine you to share an officially established cycling route – it can be any path of your choice. 

    Winning projects will be published on our blog: https://clicktrans.com/blog/.



    HOW TO TAKE PART IN THE COMPETITION?


    1. Create a project entitled “My favourite cycling route in Yorkshire and the Humber region”.


    Acceptable forms of a project: 

    Map with description
    Text, no longer than two A4 pages, in the .doc of .pdf format
    Photos or video of your authorship 

      2. Fill out an entry form.

      Make yourself acquainted with the Terms and Conditions of the competition, which are available here

      Download the entry form here, print it, fill it out and scan to an email.


      3. Send us your project. 

      Send an email entitled “My favourite cycling route” with your project and the entry form to our address: competition@clicktrans.com



      We are waiting for your entries until July 12, 2018. 

       

      Download the Terms and Conditions of the Competition