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A Toronto Cyclist Turned His 101K Bike Ride Into A Moose For Some Special Canadian Magic

Who said doing physical activity had to be boring? One Toronto cyclist found a way to add a Canadian twist to one of his rides. 

According to the University of Toronto Road Racing Club, one of their members, Mason, rode his bike around in the shape of one of Canada's most cherished animals. 

The cyclist transformed his 101-kilometre journey into a moose. 

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This accomplishment was no small task. According to the post, the entire journey took Mason over seven hours. 

The moose's body spans over a majority of Toronto, including Yorkville, Little Italy and South Hill. 

Of course, the journey would have taken a few twists and turns, especially while trying to perfect the animal's antlers. 

However, this cyclist wasn't the only one who got creative with their journey. 

Another rider from the team also transformed Vancouver, British Columbia, into Sherlock Holmes. 

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