Motorised bicycle and spare mud flap, metal / plastic / rubber / nylon / sequin / fabric / foam, modified and used by Richard Lee, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, [1995-2000] Store-built mountain bike modified by the addition of a two-stroke rotary engine, panniers and front and rear suspension. The frame has been spray-painted black and the tyres are red-rimmed. A plastic crate has been attached above the front wheel and a shallow tub fixed behind the seat and above two panniers which sit either side of the back wheel. The shallow tub was designed to allow a portable dog houses to fit within it, thereby enabling the owner's dog to travel with him. A small fuel tank is located inside one of the panniers. The bicycle is decorated with items which include American and Australian flags, the Boxing Kangaroo flag, fluffy dice, disco balls, stickers and assorted plastic ornaments. Large black plastic bicycle mud flap covered with black sequinned fabric and decorated with gold and silver sequinned flowers, disco balls, a snowman, red ribbons and silver Christmas decorations. The mud flap can be tied onto the back of the bike and is decorated to match the portable Christmas dog house.
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(Accession num: 2005/89/1)
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