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dstone:I'm also on. I also enjoy the privacy options it offers. If one does not trust Strava itself, one can add a false address near one's home and censor rides that go within 2000 m of that location.
At any rate, it's nice to see where others have gone with elevation profiles, though I myself am not all that keen on the competitive aspect (some of the roadie times just absolutely destroy you...). The app itself is excellent though, and good about not rapidly draining battery with GPS on.
Sigurd:A remote acquaintance told me today he had "seen" me on Strava: How do I look up /search for people on Strava? The only way I know of is to look for friends of friends. It would be nice with some kind of email address book integration - akin to those offered FB, Skype, Google+, etc.
Sigurd:I do not look at how I compare to other Strava riders (too distressing) - I only like to compare myself to how I have done the segments in the past - and sometimes to my Strava "friends".
Cecil:"Explore" "Athlete Search"
Sigurd:If you manage to join, please share with others here the steps you took to do so - thx..
The Schwinn Lawyer:Welcome aboard, Sam. I use Strava as a way to track my miles, more than anything. My pace is usually quite slow and I use my bike primarily for the mundane. So, we will both make Sigurd feel good about himself.
Sam:Maybe I'll use this Strava thing to poke around and do some geocaching as well and get some extra mileage in.
Sigurd:While on the subject on what we like about it: I am thinking it is giving me the motivation to ride a little more often, farther or harder - if it does only one of those things once in a blue moon, it's all I need from it.
mfutch:Anybody using an Android phone to upload?
Sigurd:This is what I found: If you chose an address as a "private" sector, Strava will only exclude that sector upon start and finish - but not if you drop by during a ride.So, as an example - if your ride started and stopped at BLAH but you decided to drop by your house for a glass of water any time during that ride, it will NOT cloak your visit to your house - Strava only cloaks your home when you start and/or finish there.I have no idea if this applies to your situation - but it might!
Sam:I keep forgetting to record my riding at the start or at the end and then subsequently wake up at 3am realizing that I didn't turn off the recording and then I hunt down my phone to turn it off and see that my average speed at that point has dropped down to 0.7 mph.
Sam:---The other day I was feeling all proud of myself for doing a nice speed on a certain Adams segment when I checked others and found a certain Richard LaChina and 80 other people (or something like that) had me solidly beat. :face-sad:
Cecil:Not so secret secret to that segment-- you have to run the stop sign at the beginning.
Sigurd:So, at this point the SDBikeCommuter club on Strava has the following members (in no particular order other than how it copied off the web site):SigurdLisiSamDStoneThe Schwinn LawyerCecilSvelocityMFutchThreeFlysJuan GutierrezPanarossiShady gagaDanielBikingBillFun stuff!