Brand will re-run junior design comp at Cycle Show later this month

Bumper creates bike based on six year old’s design

Six year old William Tutty saw his bike design become reality thanks to a competition run by Bumper.

The Bumper competition encouraged youngsters to design a new bike, with the winning design created by the brand. 

Tutty’s ‘Devil Man’ bike was selected by the judges thanks to the use of colour and the bike’s distinct style and originality. The one of a kind bike was produced based on the design.

Bumper is going to run the competition again especially for the NEC Cycle Show in two weeks time, where it is exhibiting at stand H43. Entry forms for children can be picked up, completed and returned at the NEC Cycle Show, giving the young designer chance to win their own customise bike.

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