He’s baaaack • another instalment in the “musclebound thug” series

Musclebound thug fulfils his lifelong dream and plucks a gator by the tail from the Salish Sea

Musclebound thug plucks an alligator by the tail from the Salish Sea by GPS artist Stephen Lund in Victoria, BC, Canada GPS Garmin Strava art cyclist cycling creativity urban art street art alligator wrestling

Victoria’s musclebound thug is at it again, this time showing off his he-manliness by manhandling an alligator that was splashing about down by Oak Bay Marina

Doodling this dopey dude demanded 89.7 kilometres (55.7 miles) of cycling, with just shy of 900 metres (3,000 feet) of climbing.

In case you missed the first two instalments, you can see them here:

  1. Musclebound thug in a fedora riding a grizzly bear wearing a pork pie hat and standing in a snow bank
  2. Musclebound thug in a pilgrim hat wrangles himself an organic free-range turkey for Thanksgiving dinner

Note: I rotated the mapped image 90º CW for ease of viewing.

I’ve also included two detail shots – one on a standard terrain map, the other on a satellite map.

See it on Strava *

* Note: The GPS points will render correctly only if you are logged in at Strava.com

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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2 Responses to He’s baaaack • another instalment in the “musclebound thug” series

  1. Pingback: Musclebound Thug catches some Christmas Spirit | Sketchbook of a GPS Artist

  2. Pingback: Guess who’s back [hint: he’s a thug] | Sketchbook of a GPS Artist

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