Straight up my giraffe’s butt

Tripleshot Sunday ride Strava giraffe by Stephen Lund Victoria BC garmin gps strava art cycling cyclist bicycle Galloping Goose Trail

Near the end of every Sunday ride, my fellow Tripleshotters and I pedal straight into my giraffe’s anus.

Near the end of my usual Sunday ride with the Tripleshot gang, the group turns left off Interurban Road onto a short pathway that connects to the Galloping Goose (Greater Victoria’s regional cycling pathway).

Only after I rode the route for my Strava giraffe design two weeks ago did I clue in to the fact that this pathway is right below a section of Highway 1 that became the base of the giraffe’s tail.

In other words, every time we make that turn, we’re heading straight into the giraffe’s, er…“exit ramp.”

Although this design feature was purely unintentional, I really couldn’t have asked for my Strava giraffe’s “old dirt road” to be in a better place!

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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