Back in March we had an idea to create the Social Distance Cycling Club on Strava as a fun way to keep each other stoked on cycling, whether it be indoors on a stationary, or safely skipping town for a spin, during the time of increasing anxiety and lockdowns. We had no idea our little tongue-in-cheek Covid club would resonate the way it did. But it did, and now there are over 1,500 members contributing SDCC mileage to the club. Very cool!
Our first official club challenge was off the charts, so now we’re back with another chance to get involved, and this time it’s open to everyone, not just Strava-heads. This time we’ve teamed up with Jeremie Lamart to create an amazing customizable coloring and collage book! Along with staying inspired for future bike adventures with your crew, we’re hoping to get your creative juices flowing. Create your own fantasy bikepacking scene while quarantining in the comfort of your own home, or pack it along with you on a SDCC-safe ride*.
WHAT YOU CAN WIN: Our pals at Art Toolkit have generously contributed a Pocket Art Toolkit, and we are offering up a Legacy Elwha Pack!
HOW TO ENTER / THE RULES: first, download and print the activity book. You can find downloadable file in this link or on the Strava Club page under Posts. Next, follow the steps in the book to bring to life your own artistic vision for a dream bike-camping adventure. Then, show us your work, being sure to follow these simple rules:
- Follow @swiftindustries, @arttoolkit, @injuringeternity on IG
- Tag @swiftindustries, @arttoolkit, & @injuringeternity in the photo
- Hashtag #sdccdrawing #socialdistancecyclingclub (so we’re sure to receive your entry!)
- Do all this by Midnight PST on Memorial Day, 5/25. Winner announced 5/26!
*With regard to health and safety, you are ultimately accountable to yourself AND to your immediate communities. We trust you to behave responsibly and by no means would ever encourage unsafe behavior in light of rampant infectious disease. We want our friends and fam to stay active and have fun, but always think, give a wide berth to others, sanitize constantly, wear a mask, and stay safe!