Logo and Identity Design Contest
for the Winter Cycling Congress 2018
Russian cycling advocacy project Let's bike it! and the Winter Cycling Federation invite everyone interested to take part in the design contest and create a logo and key elements of identity for the Winter Cycling Congress in Moscow (February 8-10, 2018).
The Winter Cycling Congress is an annual event that gathers hundreds of experts from every corner of the globe to discuss the opportunities for the cycling mobility in the cold climate cities as well as building and supporting year-round cycling infrastructure and promoting cycling culture in the northern countries.

Every year the cycling congress takes place in one of the winter cities chosen based on the applications submitted. However the citizens are the ones to make the event vibrant and unforgettable, the citizens who are professionals from completely different fields united by their love to comfortable cities, bicycles and positive perception of winter.

The year 2018 will be the first time for the Winter Cycling Congress to take place in Moscow, Russia.

Learn more about the history of the Winter Cycling Congress.
Contest Rules
Come up with an unique idea of a logo and key identity elements of the Winter Cycling Congress in Moscow. Prepare your proposal according to the contest rules.
Submitting the Application
Upload files of your contest proposal to any file sharing website and submit your application by filling in the application form. Application can be submitted from June 22nd to July 22n, 2017.
Choosing the winner
The winner will be determined by an international jury. The result will be published on the website during 10 days after the last day of the contest.
The Award — 70 000 Rubles (1000 Euro).
The Jury
Tony Desnick
Minneapolis, USA
Bike activist and bike share promoter, Director for Strategy and Expansion for Bluegogo bikes, member of the Boards of Directors for Smart Trips St. Paul, the St. Paul TMO, The Winter Cycling Federation and the North American Bike Share Association.
Angela van der Kloof
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Senior consultant and cycling expert for Mobycon (the Netherlands/Canada), programs developer for schools, children and refugees in cycling, traffic safety and public transit, cycle network developer and planner for 30 km/h zones.
Anders Swanson
Winnipeg, Canada
Sustainable transportation policy consultant, bicycle culture design expert with the background in 3-D animation and painting, creator of the logos for Winter Bike To Work Day, Canada Bikes and the Winter Cycling Federation.
Pekka Tahkola
Oulu, Finland
Vice president of the Winter Cycling Federation, expert and consultant on the efficient transport systems, lover of winter nature, transportation history and vintage pianos.
Florian Lorenz
Vienna, Austria
Interdisciplinary planner and communications expert with a focus on urban mobility, citizen engagement and post-fossil urbanism. Executive director in Smarter Than Car, consultant at PlanSinn in Vienna, organizer and coordinator of international cycling mobility conferences.
Bartek Komorowski
Montreal, Canada
Urban planner and project leader in research and consulting at Vélo Québec Association in Montreal.
Alina Bisembaeva
Moscow, Russia
Deputy Head of the Moscow Department of Transport.
Vladimir Kumov
Moscow, Russia
Leader of the project Let's bike it!, advisor on the Deputy Minister of Transport of the Russian Federation.
Anastasia Romashkevich
Moscow, Russia
Journalist, author of the blog #velonation.
Konstantin Konovalov
Moscow, Russia
Urban navigation designer, author of the alternative metro map for Paris.
Anastasia Nerovnaya
Petrosavodsk, Russia
Director of the bicycle advocacy movement VELOVE, Karelia.
Konstantin Ponomarev
Novosibirsk, Russia
Referent of the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung in Novosibirsk.
The contest is organized by the Russian cycling advocacy project Let's bike it!
Any questions about the competition details and organization?
Please, contact Nadia Zherebina.
Dear native English speakers!
English is not our mother tongue but we are doing our best to hold a quality international bilingual event. Found an inexcusable grammar mistake? Please, let us know!