Located in Sparta, Wisconsin — the self-appointed bicycling capital of America — is a 9-acre lot with over 600 fiberglass statues. It’s an oddly rare attraction that recently lured two of the world’s best trials riders, Kenny Belaey and Tom Oehler, to the town.


FAST Corporation specializes in creating giant, eye-grabbing statues that can be found outside of roadside restaurants and gas stations all over the world. When a job is complete, molds of every shape and variety are stored in a 9-acre field behind their workshop. After years of production the field now contains hundreds of molds that created crazy line options for Tom and Kenny to flex their bike skills on.


Ever wonder where the 30-foot-tall lumberjack statue you always see off the highway came from? Look close, you might see a statue from your hometown …

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