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The Enlightened Bicycles


3 winged aluminium bicycles on a bar above ground level galvanised steel bike racks (for 10 bicycles)

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This flock of silver bicycles created by sculptor Tony Pankiw and named “The Enlightened Bicycles” is a wonderful landmark for Willespie Drive. Complete with a fully functional bike rack, this fun and evocative public artwork is located at Pearsall Hocking Community Centre, and is designed to promote the benefits of an active lifestyle by encouraging community members to walk or cycle to the centre.



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670 mm
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3500 mm
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Willespie Drive, Pearsall
City of Wanneroo Public Art Collection

City of Wanneroo Public Art Collection

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