Wellington's outgoing Mayor has ridden away from tradition, with her official portrait depicting her as most will remember her - with a bicycle.
Celia Wade-Brown gave her valedictory speech at Wellington City Council on Wednesday night, where she also unveiled a photo of her that will sit alongside her predecessors Kerry Prendergast, Mark Blumsky and Fran Wilde.
The portrait will hang in the foyer of the council's committee rooms.
Ms Wade-Brown has also broken from the norm, opting for a photograph of her and her bicycle instead of a more traditional painting.
A big advocate for making Wellington cycle-friendly, Ms Wade-Brown is often seen on two wheels around the city.
Perhaps her most famous encounter was cycling to meet and greet then-US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton at the airport in 2010.
In August, Ms Wade-Brown announced she would not be running as Mayor in this year's local body elections, ending her six-year reign. Her career also included 14 years as a Councillor.
In walking away from local politics, Ms Wade-Brown said she'd be keeping herself busy with a number of projects, including taking a part-time course teaching English, as well as walking the length of New Zealand.