(Photo: Strava)

Cyclists create 50-mile GPS Turkey on San Francisco streets

For the fourth year in a row cyclist Bret Lobree has drawn a turkey across San Francisco using his bike and a GPS. On Monday Lobree set out with a group of buddies, riding just over 50 miles up and down San Francisco’s many hills in a unique way of celebrating Thanksgiving.

Other drawings Lobree has made with his bike include a cat, a sugar skull, and a wedding proposal.

For any cyclists who want to test out the turkey route themselves, you can find it here.

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