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Unicycle graffiti appears on Vancouver bike routes

Several mysterious unicycle markings have appeared along sections of the Adanac bike route, including the separated lane on the Dunsmuir viaduct.

One wheeled-commuters recognized with recent stencils

Unicycle road stencils recently appeared on the Dunsmuir Viaduct. (Karin Larsen/CBC)

A coordinated attack of guerrilla street stencilling appears to have struck Vancouver.

Several mysterious unicycle markings have appeared along sections of the Adanac bike route, including the separated lane on the Dunsmuir Viaduct.

Calls to members of the unicycle community have not yet yielded any answers as to who might be responsible for the markings.

A unicycle stencil along the Adanac bike route is visible on Oct. 6, 2014. (Karin Larsen/CBC)


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