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billd:For people who upload (like me), they're only see where I've been; not where I am. I'm not sure how the phone app works because I don't use it. Does it upload your ride as it's happening?
Shady John:I think if you have Strava Premium you can have it upload in real time.
Sigurd:Rapha Rising 2015 - July, Saturday 18th to Sunday 26th. 30,730'.
Paul:It's still amazing that Synthetic can climb over half a million feet a week. Last year, it took me until November to pull that off.
Sigurd:Riding hills is a giant cop-out: Half the time you're going really slow, the other half you're just coasting.
Sigurd:What's the point in publishing data if one can't be bothered to make sure they are recorded correctly...[rhetorical]
synthetic: Sigurd:What's the point in publishing data if one can't be bothered to make sure they are recorded correctly...[rhetorical]distance is my metric of focus.
Sigurd:A climbing challenge which is just that: Giro d’Italia Climbing Challenge
Shady John:...that's under 1000m per day...x23...
Shady John:There seems to be no more "full screen" view on the Strava website.
Shady John:I'm thinking of bailing on Strava. I haven't researched any alternatives--any thoughts?
Shady John:There seems to be no more "full screen" view on the Strava website. As I commented in the Strava community, I think this has to do with making the website relatively less attractive than using the mobile phone apps. It makes Strava significantly less attractive to me.I'm thinking of bailing on Strava. I haven't researched any alternatives--any thoughts? I mostly want to log my rides, and maybe share with a few other folks, and see what other people are riding. Maybe Garmin connect or Ride with GPS or Map My Ride. Haven't really looked into them.
“The GPS mapping tool, Strava Labs, was employed to better understand which parts of Perth’s cycling network are most heavily utilised. The following trends/generalisations were noted: Separated and/or protected cycling facilities receive significantly higher patronage compared to unprotected cycle lanes or sealed shoulders.”