10/29/2014 09:00 EDT | Updated 12/29/2014 05:59 EST

Vancouver bike route graffiti now includes a penny-farthing

It is Bike to Work week in Vancouver, but it may not just be regular two-wheelers you encounter along the bike routes.

A series of stencils that would appear to give the nod to more alternative forms of pedal-powered transportation have appeared along some of the city's designated cycling routes.

A pair of unicycles painted onto the Dunsmuir Viaduct, which CBC noted in October, have since disappeared, but another unicycle graphic, on Adanac Street just east of Clark Drive, is still in place.

And, more recently, a stencil of a penny-farthing has appeared on MacLean Drive near East Vancouver's Woodland Park.