HUNDREDS of jersey designs submitted by Tweed Valley school pupils will be on display at a bike festival this month.

TweedLove, a Peebles-based celebration of riding bikes, kicks off next week.

Scottish cycling apparel brand Endura partnered with the festival for the second year in a row to invite schools from across the Tweed Valley to enter its design-a-jersey competition.

Four-hundred-and-eighty-three children participated in the contest.

The designs showcased nature, cycling destinations in the Tweed Valley, Peebles’ three fishes, a variety of creatures on bikes, and even addressed environmental issues.

“We were so impressed by the amount of quality designs we received this year, there’s definitely some creative budding young designers out there,” said Susan Orford, apparel designer at Endura. “We really struggled to pick our favourites.

“In the end, the winner was selected for its creative and colourful graphic look, the designer clearly thought outside the box from your usual bike jersey design.”

The winner will receive a £250 voucher to spend at Endura and have their entry professionally produced into a MTB jersey at the Scottish company’s Livingston headquarters.

Second place will be rewarded with a £150 voucher for Endura kit, while third place will get a bike helmet. The next 10 runners up will receive goodie bags.

The prizegiving will take place on the TweedLove stage, on Tweed Green, at 5.30pm on Friday, June 14.

All entries will be displayed at the stand throughout the festival.

The event takes place in Peebles between June 14-16.