Strava sexiness • JBSFW (just barely suitable for work)

Sexy woman softcore Strava art by Stephen Lund on the streets of Victoria, BC • cycling garmin gps strava art

Softcore Strava art by Stephen Lund on the streets of Victoria, BC

As promised

I designed this work of Strava sexiness to silence the cries for “Strava porn” from a member of my bike club. (I quote: “C’mon, Calgary Steve, you boring old prude – try drawing some cleavage, something racy or lewd.”)

She was a labour of lust, this one – three and a half hours in pouring rain, with a pre-dawn slog across a soggy golf course, bike on shoulder and ankle-deep in water at times, for the first 1.2 kilometres (the curve of her right cleavage).

While I was keen to satisfy my club-mate’s desperation for smut, I was sensitive to the fact that Strava.com has users under the age of majority.

Notably, I completed this lovely gal in one continuous line – no Strava OFF/Strava ON tricks to smooth out uncooperative corners. Hence the “imperfections”…

See it on Strava

 

About Stephen

Brand strategist and creative director by day. Hyper-competitive GPS-art obsessed cyclist most of the rest of the time.
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5 Responses to Strava sexiness • JBSFW (just barely suitable for work)

  1. @shane says:

    I’ve seen joggers complete something like this but I’ve never seen it done on a bike before. Looks great!

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