Abandoned Part 27

Aband part 27

So what happened to you? 

<Silence. A tumbleweed crisp packet blows along the pavement>

You’ve lost your components, your voice, your soul.

<Nothing. This bike is a spent force>

Maybe you’ll be resurrected. Reinigorated. Restored. Refreshed. 

<Nil. Zero. No more>

This bike has fully lost its voice and been pillaged to the full on a busy(ish) street in Central London (below). Let’s hope it find’s its way into the hands of ReCycling.

Cabendish Sq

More in the series: Abandoned Part 1Abandoned Part 2Abandoned Part 3Abandonded Part 4Abandoned Part 5 Abandoned Part 6Abandoned Part 7Abandoned Part 8Abandoned Part 9Abandoned Part 10Abandoned Part 11Abandoned Part 12Abandoned Part 13Abandoned Part 14Abandoned Part 15Abandoned Part 16Abandoned Part 17Abandoned Part 18Abandoned Part 19Abandoned Part 20Abandoned Part 21Abandoned Part 22Abandoned Part 23Abandoned Part 24, Abandoned Part 25, Abandoned Part 26

If you come back to your bike to find it decimated by detritivores, please think about passing any unwanted bits to local social enterprises such as The Cardiff Cycle workshopThe Bristol Bike Project,  ReCycling (London), Bicycle recycling (Gosport) or The Bike Station (Glasgow). This is part of an ongoing series to highlight cycle security, abandoned and vandalised bikes. 

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