Fort Worth, Texas: Bicycle TreeGeorge Hilton has festooned a tree in his yard with dozens of cast-off bicycles.
- 606 Grand Ave., Fort Worth, TX
- Northwest of downtown. I-35W exit 53. West on Northside Drive for about two miles, then turn left onto Circle Park Blvd. for one block. The Tree will be on the right, at the corner of Grand Ave.
Visitor Tips and News About Bicycle Tree
The trees are actually at the back of the yard, so it can be a little difficult to find. The house is surrounded by a red white and blue wrought iron fence, and there is some farm equipment sitting by a tree in the front corner of the yard, which is much easier to find.[Aaron, 09/23/2015]
Bicycle tree.[Charity Roundtree, 03/12/2010]
Not much going on out at the ol' Bike Tree.
George Hilton's "bicycle tree" in his yard at 609 Grand gets a lot of second and even third glances. For the last five years he told a newspaper reporter he had draped his hackberry tree with bicycles he has picked up at auctions and secondhand stores. Also in the collection are several tricycles and motorcycles. It is especially noticeable in the winter.[Beverly Mahanay Short, 02/03/1999]