When bicycle race moves on, roundabout art will remain

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When bicycle race moves on, roundabout art will remain

Sculpture part of lead up to USA Pro Cycling Challenge
Tom Kramer with the city’s Fleet and Facilities Department, left, helps to guide one of several 800-pound cycling figures into place in the roundabout on Florida Road early Tuesday morning. Boulder artist Joshua Wiener, center, designed and sculpted the installation.
Wiener, freeing one of the bicycle figures from a the trailer early Tuesday, said he designed the sculptures so they’ll be low maintenance and look just as good decades from now as they did during Tuesday’s installation.
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The official dedication of the Florida Road roundabout sculpture will be 3 p.m. Aug. 17 at Chapman Hill .

When bicycle race moves on, roundabout art will remain

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Tom Kramer with the city’s Fleet and Facilities Department, left, helps to guide one of several 800-pound cycling figures into place in the roundabout on Florida Road early Tuesday morning. Boulder artist Joshua Wiener, center, designed and sculpted the installation.
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Wiener, freeing one of the bicycle figures from a the trailer early Tuesday, said he designed the sculptures so they’ll be low maintenance and look just as good decades from now as they did during Tuesday’s installation.
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