Strava Reviews and News


Strava data reveals 2016 cycling trends in the U.S.


In 2016, Strava’s community of athletes shared 9.6 activities every second on the social network (up from 5.3 activities per second in 2015) and generated 60,400 years worth of cumulative activity time.

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Strava brings Beacon safety feature to Garmin devices


Beacon allows Strava users to share their real-time location with select safety contacts, offering peace of mind for them as well as their friends and family. That feature is now available to athletes using select Garmin devices.

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Strava introduces live segments for iPhone and Android


Live segments offer real-time audio cues and visuals of an athlete’s current effort on a segment, along with their personal record, and proximity to the person at the top of the leaderboard.

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Strava users can relive their riding year in animation form


Strava has rolled out a new feature that gives its members the opportunity to relive their sporting 2015 with The Big Adventure, a personalized animated video showcasing their individual Strava stats.

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Strava end of year insights puts California on top


Comprising millions of individual uploaded rides, the data offers unique insight into the habits and behavior of cyclists in the United States.

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Which cyclists ride the farthest and most? Strava knows


Ever wonder which city’s cyclists ride the farthest and the most? Now you can find out thanks to Strava’s new interactive data platform, Strava Insights. Hint: The Bay area ranks high.

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News: Strava launches travel guides for 12 global cities


New Strava Local city guide platform provides data-driven, athlete-curated collections of the best run and ride routes, plus coffee shops, bike shops and more.

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Strava, Competitive Cyclist unveil ‘You Ride, We Pay’


Incentive program let’s consumers earn store credit for riding bikes.

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How-to: Win a world road race championship


Take a dive into Michal Kwiatkowski’s power meter data to see just what it takes to be the best.

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Zwift combines social video gaming with indoor cycling in new training platform


An online subscription gaming and training platform announced yesterday promises to help break the monotony of indoor cycling workouts and usher users into a world where video game technology, social networking and indoor cycling converge in a “massive multi-player online game” called Zwift.

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Tech Review: New Strava update boosts photos, mapping features and more


Update of Strava’s mobile app adds photo sharing and social features to free version, while compelling features and cycling support efforts make Premium subscription more appealing.

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Forum Report: Cadence, Crime, and a Doping Discussion


The Forum Report is a weekly round-up of the most talked about topics within the RoadBikeReview.com Forum, the world’s busiest road cycling forum. Find out what’s moving the needle this week.

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The Angry Singlespeeder: Why Strava Sucks


What do you call two people going for a bike ride? A race. What do you call two people with Strava going for a bike ride? A race that never ends.

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Freewheeling: Why Strava Doesn’t Suck


It’s not Strava’s fault that some people can’t distinguish between the reality of their mediocre cycling ability and the fantasy of their contrived on-line cycling identity.

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Video: Garmin 510 and 810 Revealed


By: Francis Cebedo and Brian Mullin I have a love/hate relationship with Garmin GPS devices. Sometimes, I want all the data and sometimes, I don’t want any data on my bike rides. But when I discovered Strava, I fell in love with my Garmin 500 as it motivated me to go faster and go farther. […]

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DealerCamp 2011 – Wahoo Fitness to Add Strava Data


DealerCamp has begun and one of the first booths you’ll see when walking into the expo entrance is that of Wahoo Fitness. They’ve been busy since we last spoke to them, soon their app will start communicating with the popular Strava website and allow you to track yourself real time against some of the fastest […]

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Amateur Cyclists Can Test Themselves Against Amgen Tour of California Professionals with New Partnership Between AEG and Strava


Strava Provides Cycling Fans and Participants with Route Maps, Training Day Challenges and Ability to Share, Compare and Compete During Major Races SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – North America’s top cycling event just got more social for riders and fans. Today, Strava, creator of powerful Web and mobile applications for avid athletes, and AEG, one of […]

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