Reclassified as fiction by a library intern there's now another use for copies of 'It's Not About the Bike': art installation.

Lance Armstrong’s books to be turned into an art installation

He’s been a bonfire guy and an intern at an Australian library joked that the library would be reclassifying ‘It’s Not About the Bike" as fiction and now here’s another ritual humilation for Lance Armstrong: books about him are to be turned into an art installation.

"Don’t want your Lance Armstrong books anymore?" asks The Cycle Hub bike shop/cafe on Tyneside. "Then send them to us!"

The Cycle Hub, in association with Saddle Skedaddle, a bike holiday company, are planning to use the donated books in an art installation at The Late Shows to be held in Newcastle opon Tyne, Friday 17th and Saturday 18th May.

Saddle Skedaddle’s Andrew Straw said:

"The installation will relate to doping in cycling and the more books we get the bigger and better the installation will be."

Send your books to:

The Cycle Hub
Newcastle Upon Tyne
Tyne and Wear

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