Knoxville, Tennessee: Bicycle Arch

"Knoxville's Famous Bike Arch" to a pedestrian path is made of dozens of old bikes and bike parts. Less colorful now then when it was new in 2012.

205 E. Hill Ave., Knoxville, TN
Southeast of downtown. The small parking lot is on the south side of E. Hill Ave., just west of its intersection with Volunteer Landing Lane.
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Bike Arch.

Bike Arch

The archway entrance to a pedestrian bridge is made of old bicycles. Park in the Hill Avenue lot on the corner of Volunteer Landing Lane and E. Hill Street.

[Melanie Allen, 04/27/2020]

A sign immodestly calls it "Knoxville's Famous Bike Arch" and credits its creation to local artist Kelly Brown in 2012.

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