The structure, which stood at 10 metres tall and weighed 2.5 tonnes, proved a highlight for thousands throughout Birmingham's biggest sporting event.
It took a team of 60 five months to build and was seen by over four million visitors during the Games.
However, the structure was not built to withstand adverse weather, due to a foam layer which forms the outer skin making the moving bull vulnerable to colder weather.
The large structure was moved from Centenary Square in Birmingham at the end of September to an industrial site in Ladywood.
Now, its' horns and other features have been removed so it could be lifted onto a truck.
It's being taken to London for repairs, before its permanent home in Birmingham is decided.