Since Strava came into our lives, it’s transformed how we train and ride our bikes. More recently, runners and cyclists have begun creating GPS pieces of art from their routes and the latest to create a stir is from Anthony Hoyte.
The 49-year-old cyclist spent nearly eight hours riding around Cardiff creating a face with his route map.
“It’s a bit of a strange thing to do, but it’s harmless and keeps me entertained” – Anthony Hoyte, Strava Master of Art
Anthony talks about how he got into Strava art; “I’ve seen other pieces of Strava Art online and thought “I could do that”. I tried it and found it quite a bit more difficult than I thought. The first one was quite rudimentary, but I persevered and found I got better at it.”
What’s your Strava art look like? We want to know!