We've partnered with our friends at Hedkayse to bring you a fun competition to design your own helmet.
Choose to enter your designs in one (or both) of our competition categories.
1. Bristol - and all it encompasses. Read more.
2. The National Cycle Network. Read more.
Winners will receive a Hedkayse helmet worth £150 with their own design printed onto it.
Fill in the form and download our helmet design template.
Choose your design category (or enter designs for both):-
Bristol has always been a passionate cycling city. It's where Sustrans was founded.
In 1979, it was where the first miles of what would later become the National Cycle Network was created. To this day, the Bristol and Bath Railway Path remains one of the most well-used traffic-free paths in the UK.
Can you create a design that epitomises this vibrant city? What does Bristol mean to you?
With over 12,000 miles of routes crisscrossing the UK, the National Cycle Network is used by millions of people every year.
Do you have a favourite route? Do you love those little blue and red signs as much as us?
Create a design of what the National Cycle Network means to you.
Once you've perfected your design, send your image to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
The competition ends on 28 February 2022.
The winner of each category will receive a Hedkayse helmet with their design printed on it.
Your winning helmet will also be available to buy in the Sustrans Shop and Hedkayse eCommerce store.
Sustrans will receive a £50 donation for every purchase of the winning design helmet.
The Hedkayse | ONE is the world's first truly multi-impact cycle helmet, helping Hedkayse lay claim to being the safest on the market today. This is thanks to its core material Enkayse™ which fully recovers after an impact, thus withstanding the knocks and drops of everyday life. Meaning the Hedkayse | ONE can outlast the lifespan of regular cycle helmets which need to be replaced after a single impact.
The Hedkayse helmet is multi-impact, multi-fit (one-size fits all), and can be folded to half it's size.
For more information head over to Hedkayse's technology pages.