Decorated bicycles attract attention to downtown



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Greenfield Main Street Program Manager Shelley Swift said she has been pleasantly surprised by the response to a call for donated bikes, which were turned into works of art. (Photo/Tom Russo/Daily Reporter)


Suzanne Kosovich, owner of SoupHerb at State and Main streets, looks out a window at the bicycle she donated for Bikes in Bloom. The project brings attention to the city's downtown bike racks and highlights beautification efforts. (Photo/Tom Russo/Daily Reporter)


GREENFIELD — The arrival of more than a dozen brightly colored bicycles festooned with flowers and boa feathers in downtown Greenfield must surely signal that spring is here.

Greenfield Main Street Inc.’s inaugural Bikes in Bloom project rolled out last weekend to promote the city’s 16 downtown bike racks, highlight downtown beautification efforts and, incidentally, herald the arrival of spring.

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