A Christmas tree made entirely of recycled bicycles is unveiled at the Rocks on November 19, 2010 in Sydney, Australia.
The bikes and parts for the tree were provided by recycling group, CMA Corporation, and will remain on display until 28 December when it will be returned to the corporation for recycling.
“The Rocks Christmas tree is made from the recycled parts of up to 100 bicycles. The tree-cycle is the third Christmas tree made from Recycled materials by Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority. This year’s tree stands approximately seven meters tall and took eight weeks to design and build.”

In 2008, the selected media was chair, 2009 was a year of recycled bottles, and this year  organizers go for bike parts.

Photo by Chris Lynch