Top 30 Cycle Designs Submitted At PakWheels Partnered NOWPDP Competition


On 2nd of June, NOWPDP (Network of Organizations Working for People with Disabilities Pakistan) announced the winners of their Accessible Cycle Competition in an event at Marriott Hotel Karachi. Taufeeq Elahi Diju’s design was the winning design while Students of NUST Karachi came up with the program’s most innovative design.

Read more: NOWPDP Announces The Winners Of Its Accessible Cycle Design Challenge!

PakWheels was a partner in the design competition and sure enough, we now have the photos of the 30 designs of Accessible Cycle Competition. The models illustrate the potential of innovative engineering solutions in our country

Students of NUST Islamabad also made five working prototypes for the competition which you can find in the following gallery:

Also Read: NOWPDP Launches Challenge To Design A Low-Cost Cycle For Disabled People in Pakistan

The top 30 designs of Accessible Cycle Competition can be seen in the following gallery:

Adan Ali

Adan is a Tribe Leader at Drive Tribe, who writes to share his passion for cars, culture and gadgetry through words. So far his writings and contributions have been able to make their way to media outlets like PakWheels and Dawn. Reach out to him by tweeting @adanali12