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16 Awesome Works Of Street Art That Every True Cyclist Should See

Love city bike riding? Then you'll absolutely love these awesome pieces of art...

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Cyclists and street artists have a lot in common. They both make better use of grey spaces than most, they both see the city in a completely different way, and at the end of the day, they’re both pretty awesome.

So, when these wonderful worlds come together – normally in the form of street artists painting cyclists rather than cyclists spraying walls while they ride – it’s almost always worth a second look.

Here are 16 wonderful times that two-wheels and a bike frame have made a city look that much better:

1) The Car Crusher

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2) The Truth

Adelaide (Peter Drew)

3) The San Fran

San Fransico (Unknown)

4) The Colourful Takeover

Auckland (Resene and Matter Architects)

5) The Trippy

Antwerp (Jangojim)

6) The Trippy As Hell

Beunos Aires 2 (Mart)

7) The Simple But Effective

Buenos Aires (Mart)

8) The ‘This Must Be Really Creepy At Night’

Houston (unknown)

9) The Genius

London (Peter Drew)

10) The Banksy

Los Angeles (Banksy)

11) The Bike’s Real, The Kids Are Not

Penang (Ernest Zacharevic)

12) The Pop Out

Riga (Kiwie)

13) The Love Lane

Sao Paulo (Unknown)

14) The No Handlebars

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15) The Slightly Aggressive

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16) The Truth II

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