If everything goes right, Hong Kong's new territories will be getting one helluva bicycle lane. HKSARG (the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government) has proposed building 105-kilometer-long cycleway, not for racing, but for recreation and the health of its citizens. The track will wind around the perimeter of the territory, sticking mostly to the coastline, and will feature entry-and-exit hubs along with resting stations.
It will also feature bicycle racks, and that's where you might come in. Just this morning Hong Kong's Civil Engineering and Development Department, the body tasked with making the track a reality, has launched the "Creative Smart Parking - Cycle Rack Design Competition."
An aesthetic and user friendly design for cycle parking facilities is crucial to enhance their utilisation, as well as improve the cityscape. The purpose of the Creative Smart Parking - Cycle Parking Rack Design Competition ("the Competition") is to invite the public to contribute innovative conceptual design of cycle parking racks and layout of the cycle parking areas, for the cycle track network in the New Territories.
You needn't live in the territory nor be a citizen to enter, and Grand Prize nets you $50,000. (Assuming they mean HK dollars, that's still US $6,450, nothing to sneeze at.) You can learn more here.