A friend sent me an article in the New York Times, in which the author uses the data from his GPS bike computer to fill in the gaps in his memory following a crash. The Times' illustrator Johnathan Corum created an infographic depicting the rider's route, and the data from the bike computer. It's a nice figure, but it's gratuitously similar to the classic Minard depiction of Napoleon's 1918 march to Moscow (often cited as one of the best infographics ever, and available as a poster from Edward Tufte.)
Corum's infographic of John Markoff's bicycle crash.
Minard's infographic of Napoleon's march to Moscow.