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  1. GPS, HRM and Bike Computer
    One of the main reasons users upgrade to Strava subscription is due to the segment data and tracking. But what if those segment creators just decided to delete all the segments they made? What would be the impact to Strava's value prop? Just a quick look, have over 250+ very popular...
  2. Passion
    Editor's Note: The Angry Singlespeeder is a collection of mercurial musings from contributor Kurt Gensheimer. In no way do his maniacal diatribes about all things bike oriented represent the opinions of Mtbr, RoadBikeReview, or any of their employees, contractors, janitorial staff, family...
  3. Misc Components
    The best way to preserve your privacy is to not use an app such as Strava, but that's an argument we've already dedicated time to (Strava good, Strava bad). If you are a Strava user, here are five things you should be doing to help protect both your personal safety, and that of the illegal...
  4. General Discussion
    Zwift's gameplay and 3D graphics are on-par with state-of-the-art video games. Plus, unlike most video games, it just might make you faster. An online subscription gaming and training platform announced yesterday promises to help break the monotony of indoor cycling workouts and usher users...
  5. Misc Components
    Version 4.0 combines running and cycling, helps bike advocates with critical data The new version of Strava adds photos to your ride file as well as advanced mapping features. Images courtesy of Strava. It's a sure sign your brand has made it when its name slips into use as a verb. As in...
  6. Passion
    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. In concept, Strava seems like a good idea; mapping rides and archiving them for people to reference is a terrific service. It's especially terrific...
  7. Passion
    Yes, sometimes the data gets downloaded before the helmet comes off. With all due respect to my colleague Kurt (whose opinion can be found here), I must take exception with his contention that the burgeoning age of Strava is going to spell the end to enjoyable cycling as we know it. It's not...
  8. Misc Components
    Strava is an Mtbr favorite around the office. Whether it be by iPhone or by Garmin, Strava really is THE killer app for cyclists. We have gone more in-depth about what Strava is and what it does in earlier write-ups and we have even covered the controversy and lawsuits involving Strava, but...
  9. General Discussion
    William "Kim" Flint was a 41-year-old electrical engineer who died in a cycling accident in the summer of 2010. It appears he was descending a road in the Oakland Hills in California, braked hard and lost control and the crash proved fatal. The family of a William Flint is now suing Strava...
  10. Video, Photography, and POV Cameras
    What is Strava? We've been using Strava for over two years and have seen it spread across the map like some kind of virus with no known vaccine. In general terms, Strava is a gps mapping software that plots your bike gps data on a map and collects stats. What really makes it special though is...
  11. General Discussion
    Announcing A Classic Challenge from Specialized Gear up for some serious climbing to celebrate (and suffer) the Spring Classics Riders, do you think you can climb the cumulative elevation of five Spring Classics in 45 days? Do you think you can do it not just once, not twice, but three times...
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