Cyclists take 50 -mile bike ride in the shape of a turkey

San Francisco is known for its winding superhighways and apparently, those winding superhighways make for quite the joyous bike route.

Every year around Thanksgiving, bikers end the 50-mile Turkey Ride in San Francisco. If cyclists track their course on their phones, an image of a goose wearing a pilgrim hat appears.

Redditor GoatLegSF shared an image of one biker’s road in the San Francisco subreddit.

He explained how riders nail the route.

“The guy who routed it has it all on a map with arrows for movements and such. It’s a lot of stopping and checking the delineate this is why we don’t miss personas, ” he spoke. “But you’ll notice the upper left corner of the hat was somewhat overlooked, so it’s not diminished like the right side. There’s a lot of journeying over the same parts more, especially by the posterior feathers and the hat( which happens to be the steeper fractions ). “

Participants have shared photos and map screenshots from their own Turkey Rides.

#turkeyride

A photo posted by @mr_weirtto on Nov 21, 2016 at 3:35 pm PST

2016 #turkeyride in the books. Good times. Ride link in profile .

A photo posted by Bret Lobree (@ blobree) on Nov 21, 2016 at 3:07 pm PST

@blobree objects at concepts. #TurkeyRide #missioncycling

A photo posted by Jason Thorpe (@ thorpej) on Nov 21, 2016 at 10:39 am PST

Hopefully a nice Thanksgiving meal awaits these empty bikers at the end of their trip.

BONUS: Obama saves his final Thanksgiving turkeys

Like it.? Share it:

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.