If you’ve been following the blog since October 2011, you might have seen the original post of Bicycle Heaven with the four fiberglass Bowden Spacelander bicycles.
Today after a district in-service meeting at Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild, a few of us dropped over to see Craig Morrow and his amazing Bicycle Heaven. We got to see the latest addition.
Two bicycles in a tree were found in a farmer’s field that was being cleared.
The tree enveloped the bikes as it grew.
Found near Alliance, Ohio. Posted on Craigslist. And then someone gave Craig a call about the Bike Tree and thought he might be interested in adding it to the Bicycle Museum’s collection.
When they cut the grass and underbrush, they found this….. a 1930’s bicycle and a 1960’s bicycle, enmeshed in the tree’s growth.
Thanks Marty, fellow art teacher, for moving the sign so I could get a good shot.
It is something to see
You’ve got to see it to believe it
The power and force of nature
Here’s the sign that Marty moved for me.
Craig Morrow Owner of Bicycle Heaven – Curator of Bicycle Museum-
A welcoming host and knowledgeable guide for all things bicycle.
Bicycle tires for every bike
Not sure what this mannequin’s role is at Bicycle Heaven but she’s interesting
Give Craig Morrow a call. Make a trip to Pittsburgh to see Bicycle Heaven in person.
If you need bicycle parts, he’ll mail order
Bicycle parts awaiting shipping.
You can rent the place for an event, too.
Here is a link Blog follower Jack sent to me later today about another old rusting bike, enveloped by a tree