LLANELLI Rural Council unveiled a sculpture of a cyclist on the Millennium Coastal Path in Pwll today, Saturday (Sep (1).
Created from the recycling of 17 bikes, all of which were donated, the idea was to create a figure to represent cycling in Llanelli.
The project was created by James Barker who took 7 days to complete the impressive sculpture, which stands at approximately 8 feet tall.
Those who attended the gathering included councillors from Llanelli Rural council, Nia Griffith MP, Lee Waters AM and a number of passionate cyclists.
Speaking to Llanelli Online James said: “The sculpture is to represent that everyone can cycle and the location is perfect being on this wonderful and popular cycle path in Llanelli.”