Strava Cyclingby Strava
Track your rides with GPS, analyze your performance, join Challenges and see how you stack up against friends. TRACK YOUR RIDES WITH GPS • View the map of your ride as you record • Get key stats like distance, speed, elevation gained and calories burned • Collect heart rate, power and cadence data from ANT+ and Bluetooth LE sensors CLIMB THE LEADERBOARDS • Set personal records and earn King or Queen of the Mountain honors • Join monthly Challenges designed to push you further • See how you stack up against friends, locals and pros FOLLOW FRIENDS • Find and invite your friends via Facebook • Motivate your friends with kudos and and comments • Share your rides on Facebook and Twitter FIND PLACES TO RIDE • Explore the most popular segments anywhere you go
ReviewsDr. John M Jun 20, 2012
Strava isn’t food though. It’s an application (or app) that uses GPS information collected from a smartphone or Garmin device to track your numbers. What numbers? Your cycling or running speed, distance, elevation gained and progress on a real map. Though this sounds like a cycling computer, Strava adds much more.
Cyclocosm Oct 31, 2011
The luxury of data in cycling—or any sport, really—was once the rarified domain of the rich or professionally supported. Sure, we commoners had cyclocomputers and heart-rate monitors, but they generally only delivered data to a postage stamp screen, and had to be reset between rides.
Gear Junkie Oct 21, 2013
Committed riders log countless hours spinning indoors on trainers when the weather turns sloppy and cold. Strava, a company whose mega-popular namesake app tabulates and ranks millions of miles ridden outdoors each year, is now heading inside.