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Enter the iF 2012 Taipei Cycle Design & Innovation Awards!December 20th, 2011

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The year the TAIPEI CYCLE, TAITRA (Taiwan External Trade Development Council) and the TBEA (Taiwan Bicycle Exporters’ Association) will be hosting the TAIPEI CYCLE Design & Innovation Awards at the international bicycle show in Taiwan. This award competition, which was created to reflect the degree of innovation and design quality in the bicycle industry, invites manufacturers, designers, wholesalers and retailers to enter innovative cycling products that are new to the market. Entries will be accepted in the following categories: 1. Bicycles; 2. Components; 3. Clothing and Equipment for Cyclists; and 4. Bike Accessories. The five best entries will be presented with the TAIPEI CYCLE Gold Award on March 7, 2012, and all the award winners will appear in an accompanying publication. Entries are due by December 20, 2011.

December 20th, 2011

December 20th, 2011



All successful contributions to the TAIPEI CYCLE d&i awards 2012 will receive a label for outstanding design, and are entitled to use this label for commercial purposes.

The 5 best contributions to the TAIPEI CYCLE d&i awards 2012 will additionally receive a TAIPEI CYCLE Gold Award - a special sculpture that marks outstanding design.


An independent jury will discuss and evaluate all submitted entries in a dedicated, critical and constructive way. The selection process is not public. During this process, it will become clear which products from which companies and designers meet the evaluation criteria for outstanding excellence in design.

Each jury member can only participate in two consecutive juries. If a jury member is directly connected to one of the submitted entries, she/he is no longer allowed to vote. The decision of the jury is legally binding. Legal recourse is excluded.