The event unfortunately coincided with the incredible Storm Katie & wind speeds of 79.4 mph (the last recorded before the wind velocity measure broke!). Lots of people came & though the team valiantly struggled on against the elements, it was impossible to present the full show.

A celebration of the bicycle


reCyculture is a celebration of the bicycle in all its forms and contexts. Painted or dressed to highlight the perfection of their design, the bikes are conspicuously hidden in the landscape. They are dada-esque in nature, surprising, unexpected and surreal interventions in the everyday.

FireSpring, 26 March 2016, 6.30-9pm

Bike wheel aflame
reCyculture has evolved, working with Paul Bryce of Light Fires, for a pilot event at Cyclopark, FireSpring.

Created by reCyculture’s Artistic Director, FireSpring will be a fiery garden of delights including upcycled installations made from bikes, live music & bicycle pyrotechnic performances. FireSpring marks the turning of the clocks and welcomes back the spring.  Read More: Event Schedule

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woman dances with a bike wheel from which shoots a sparkling firework (don't try this at home!)



SHINE On London Road – reCyculture 2013/4

Green bike wheels against a blue sky, tower over the Brighton skyline reCyculture’s epic alternative Xmas Lights installation – Night Bikes -survived the Xmas storms and was taken down on 12th night.

The installation was commissioned by Brighton & Hove City Council and the London Road Portas Pilot regeneration project.

Five green painted bikes sit on the roof of an art deco building, glowing bright green under the lights