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  • SHORTLISTED! MacPac

    Highworth Grammar School

    SHORTLISTED! MacPac

    Highworth Grammar School
    8
    Y8 enterprise

    A backpack with waterproof jacket that extends from the back and includes an enlarged hood to provide room for a cycling helmet.

  • SHORTLISTED! Bicycle Brake Light

    Henry Cort Community College

    SHORTLISTED! Bicycle Brake Light

    Henry Cort Community College
    9
    Y9 Product Design Team

    A rear light that shows other road users how hard you brake in order to reduce cyclist casualties.

  • WINNER! Turn Bright

    Bideford College

    WINNER! Turn Bright

    Bideford College
    Textiles

    Did you know that in England, over 19000 cyclists are killed or injured each year in road accidents? I have come up with the idea of indicating gloves to try and help prevent this. I am a keen cyclist myself and believe my idea will help others like me. rnThe gloves I have designed have a reflective Nylon arrow on them, which has an LED circuit sewn into it. The conductive thread connects the circuit when the thumb and index finger touch. When the circuit is linked the arrows flash. The LED circuit is removable so that the gloves can be washed.rnThe gloves also have gel padded palms, a velcro fastening, the fabric is breathable, wind resistant and durable.rnI have also created a limited edition design which has a union jack print on it.

  • WINNER! Find My Bike

    Beal High School

    WINNER! Find My Bike

    Beal High School
    8
    8DT

    This product is a small device that clips onto a bike that has a chip and GPS embedded and works alongside a phone app. It can be used if your bike has been stolen or if you have forgotton where your bike was locked up.

  • SHORTLISTED! LED Bike Indicator

    Beal High School

    SHORTLISTED! LED Bike Indicator

    Beal High School
    8
    8 DT

    This is an LED bike indicator in the form of a matrix display which would be embedded in to a high visibility jacket. It will indicate left and right and also indicate when a cyclist is stopping. The idea is that the cyclist will be safer as they will not have to put out their hands and drivers will be more aware of their manouvers.

  • SHORTLISTED! Biker’s Bread

    Ark Academy

    SHORTLISTED! Biker’s Bread

    Ark Academy
    9
    Y9 Green

    Year 9 students were tasked to design a product suitable for a cyclist that provides nutrition and energy. We created the design brief, analysed the task and conducted research. We then produced 8 design ideas which we then voted 1 to be developed.

  • The helpful helmet

    Redmoor Academy

    The helpful helmet

    Redmoor Academy
    8
    8 Dyson

    Year 8 girls designed and created a video for a product called the helpful helmet, they did all of the design work and video independently, including the editing and green screen effects!

  • Food Technology-Food Product for a cyclist

    Ark Academy

    Food Technology-Food Product for a cyclist

    Ark Academy
    Y9 Green

    Year 9 students were tasked to design a product suitable for a cyclist that provides nutrition and energy. We created the design brief, analysed the task and conducted research. They we produced 8 design ideas which we then voted 1 to be developed.

  • The e-pedal

    St Edwards School

    The e-pedal

    St Edwards School
    7
    7A

    A simple way to utilise existing components to keep your bicycle more secure

  • Product Design

    Thistley Hough Academy

    Product Design

    Thistley Hough Academy
    Year 9
    9S

    My product is a remote device that fits to the bike that connects to the phone via blue tooth. It allows the user to play songs and receive calls hands free whilst riding their bike. The product is aimed at children and young teenagers.

  • Ecycle

    The Chafford School

    Ecycle

    The Chafford School
    9
    STEM Group Chafford

    A development for a bicycle to be self powered

  • Disability Handlebars

    The Chafford School

    Disability Handlebars

    The Chafford School
    9
    STEM Group Chafford

    The project is to develop a set of handle bars that will be able to be used on normal bikes but for people who have lost one or two of their hands