Inspired by the high wheel bikes of the 1900s, our Abstract Bicycle Metal Wind Spinner features a mirror image of a penny-farthing bicycle in textured, weathered metal. With simple handlebars and an antique bike frame, these red and blue spokes will spin every time the wind blows. Due to this kinetic yard art's weather durable finish, you can enjoy this eclectic bicycle spinner in your yard or garden year-round. Its artistic design will add an interesting piece to any outdoor space, easily starting conversations among family and friends. A unique gift for any history-loving gardener.
• Metal High Wheel Bicycle Spinner • Blue and red spokes spin when the wind blows • Weathered finish • Abstract design • For year-round outdoor use
Size 24"L x 4-1/2"D x 63"H
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Comments about Product: Looks great in the front yard. Great size and spins well.
By Joyce From
Needs lots of wind
Comments about Product: I love the looks of this spinner as it stands in one of my deck containers. That's the problem, it just stands there. We have only seen the smaller wheels spin in a storm. I could try moving it to another location, but I wanted it for the deck. (We had a smaller, cheaper spinner that spun wildly at this spot) I would recommend this for its looks, but only if you have a stiff breeze
By di From
this is summer!!
Comments about Product: This is the perfect summer accent in my garden!!!So old fashioned looking,I just love it!!!!Wind and weather is my favorite outdoor decorating place!!!!
By lady From
abstract bicycle wind spinner
Comments about Product: as described, arrived promptly in good condition
By Retired & loving it! From
Love it in the garden, however...
Comments about Product: I like the bicycle very much and I love it in my garden. Product is well made, but the pole could be sturdier. It leans even though I have the stake buried below ground level. An FYI to future purchasers...make sure you have good wind flow to set the wheels in motion. It's taken me a bit to find a good spot for that wind flow. I would recommend it.