A cycling team finished a bike route in the shape of a goat in 8 hours

Try to identify something more than going 125 miles in the shape of a goat. Go ahead, try.

As Ben Jones, one of the Australian cyclists who accomplished the 8-hour goat trek threw it, “It was just a fun space to spend a Sunday, ” according to ABC Perth.

Have I been doing fun wrong all along?

Jones is part of an amateur cycling team called Fight Club, a Perth-based group that’s already strategy their next masterpiece: “a quokka or a numbat or some other iconic West Australian animal.”

The goat route was strategy and portray in Strava, an app for athletes and cyclists that ways progress and shares ensues online.

Users been observed that, with the right planning and execution, they could manipulate their routes into drawings and words.

People have use Strava art to make promposals, marriage proposals and likewise depicts of goats that take 8 hours and meticulous planning.

As for the goat, Jones has said that Fight Club is “hoping that a few other people will have a rift at it and, in the minds of the Strava, try and do it faster than we did it.”

If you ever required motivation to get education, that goat’s grinning appearance should be challenge enough.

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