Bike Stand Toronto

The Bike Stand To Rule Them All

Earlier today Mayor Miller, Adam Vaughan and a number of other dignitaries gathered at OCAD to reveal the winner of the school's Gateway Bikestand Challenge. 35 designs were submitted, then whittled down to ten and, today, one bike stand remains and will soon have a new home at 226 Queen St. West.

The winning design (above) was submitted by Justin Rosete (second-year Industrial Design) and
Erica Mach (second-year Drawing & Painting), both OCAD students and I have to say I'm a bit surprised, mainly bacause it doesn't look to be that functional, especially when compared to some of the alternatives. Torontoist had a look at the final 10 back in March. Which one do you think should have won?


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