Here is a silly application to waste time that is available on the internet. Check out GT Bicycles Catch & Release program on their website.
Use the Catch & Release program to let the world know who's the hunter and who's the hunted. Choose 1 of 5 background scenes. 4 of the scenes are for mountain bikers, with only 1 scene available for roadies. Upload your face, and then upload your friends face to let them know who is going down!
Since I'm mostly a roadie, I chose the roadie scene. I uploaded my head, then my husband's head and included the message "you are going DOWN in Cocoa Beach!" We are doing the 20th Intracoastal Century Ride on Sunday, October 26th. This is a 102.5 mile road bike ride we are doing as part of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Team in Training program. Click on this link to see the Catch & Release photo of my husband and I.
Here are the Catch & Release Laws from the GT Bicycles website:
No rider under the age of 18 or over the age of 90 may be taken.
Help maintain rider populations, avoid overharvesting one area.
Return riders to their environment in good condition.
Take only pictures, leave only treadmarks.
Too freaking hilarious!
GT Bicycles makes a variety of mountain, road, women's and BMX style bicycles. Visit the GT Bicycle website to see their new designs for 2009, or to try out the Catch & Release program.
Lynn Smythe AKA the Bike Diva