At the end of March, local street art legend, Inkie, came and painted a new mural on the container we share with Cycle the City.

It’s a beautiful piece and there’s been a great response so far, with it being picked up by local press and even becoming a stop on the local walking tour routes. If you’re in the area, head down to Canon’s Road (just behind the Watershed Cinema) and let us know what you think.

A post on Twitter by Bristol 24/7's editor, Martin Booth, with a picture of the new Inkie mural on our shipping container.

A quick nod to Cycle the City, in case you’re not familiar. Cycle the City have been offer bicycle hire and guided tours in Bristol since 2012, using a fleet beautiful Temple Cycles bikes. So if you’re looking for a great way to see Bristol or are in need of a stylish steed, make sure to check them out.

A tour group with Cycle the City, stopping at the Clifton Suspension Bridge.

A Cycle the City tour

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