A spinning collection of windmills made from bicycle parts, celebrating the ease of mobility and the freedom of movement the bicycle provides to people of all ages along the BeltLine.The design echoes the delicate and simple beauty of the bicycle as a machine and is meant to contrast the heavy industrial look and feel of the BeltLine’s railroad past.

Dr. Alex Rodriguez has lived in the Reynoldstown neighborhood of Atlanta since 2006. As a practicing dentist, he has no formal art training, but as evidenced by his choice of profession, he does have an exceptional understanding of structural engineering and technical beauty, with the ability to create long-lasting works with his hands. Rodriguez began creating works from used bicycle parts around 15 years ago.