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  • Yes, I am all about the KOMs.

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  • Yes, but only to track miles/progress.

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  • Yes, but I am the slowest person and its disheartening.

    9 3.83%
  • I used to but not anymore.

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  • I never will.

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  • What is a Strava?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glide the Clyde View Post
    That feature must be a part of the Premium version that STRAVA is always trying to get me to buy. It's not on the free version I use.

    Curious, what are the women who use STRAVA comparing?
    It would probably turn out that most females are more 'well hung' in the KOM and segment times than I am if I compared, couldn't live with the shame.....

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    A couple of guys I sometimes ride in a roadie group with are big into the KOM and segment times. The competition and edge between them turns a fun group ride way too serious and sets a really unpleasant edge that most of us cannot be bothered with. Plus they tend to do stupid things such as running red lights without checking speed and get too aggressive and pull dangerous stunts in the group. Funny thing is that they are both nice guys but Strava turns them into ***** - we have had words with them but they can't seem to help themselves.

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    Re: Do you use Strava when you ride?

    Quote Originally Posted by SimpleJon View Post
    A couple of guys I sometimes ride in a roadie group with are big into the KOM and segment times. The competition and edge between them turns a fun group ride way too serious and sets a really unpleasant edge that most of us cannot be bothered with. Plus they tend to do stupid things such as running red lights without checking speed and get too aggressive and pull dangerous stunts in the group. Funny thing is that they are both nice guys but Strava turns them into ***** - we have had words with them but they can't seem to help themselves.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SimpleJon View Post
    A couple of guys I sometimes ride in a roadie group with are big into the KOM and segment times. The competition and edge between them turns a fun group ride way too serious and sets a really unpleasant edge that most of us cannot be bothered with. Plus they tend to do stupid things such as running red lights without checking speed and get too aggressive and pull dangerous stunts in the group. Funny thing is that they are both nice guys but Strava turns them into ***** - we have had words with them but they can't seem to help themselves.
    very sad set of circumstances......all the hoopla and adulation over PB's & KOM's is truly sad, that is unless your of the P R O level rider that receives compensation otherwise your a recreational rider just like millions of others in the world.

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    Use it, love it, but then I'm a competitive ba$tard and I'm all about personal improvement in both fitness and technique. I don't push hard for all of every ride every time I'm out but if I'm not getting at least a couple of PR's on climbs and descents every week or so then I know I'm not trying hard enough.

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    Strava is really cool if you just use it to track your milage and improvement. I just go out and ride at my pace, whatever that might be for the day. It's nice to see yourself getting faster. I rarely try to PR segments but every once in a while, if I feel good, I might on a few segments that I particularly like. This usually ruins the rest of the ride (because I'm fried afterwards) though which is why I almost never do it.

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    Use it...enjoy it. Lots of fun but most be kept on check.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sevenrats View Post
    Strava is really cool if you just use it to track your milage and improvement. I just go out and ride at my pace, whatever that might be for the day. It's nice to see yourself getting faster. I rarely try to PR segments but every once in a while, if I feel good, I might on a few segments that I particularly like. This usually ruins the rest of the ride (because I'm fried afterwards) though which is why I almost never do it.
    Same here. I use it to track almost every ride, but only to see my accumulative (annual) stats. I find the data-in helpful for personal improvement. I also find the fact that several people have chosen to “follow” me amusing. But most of all, I find all of the standard Strava responses to even the most minuscule examples of one-upedness to be most annoying. KOM’s = less than zero, unless your life is lacking in all other areas.

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    I use it in conjunction with Runkeeper. I like being able to keep track of my mileage and calories burned on Strava. I like Runkeeper because it gives me my pace AS I'm riding to help keep me on track.
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    I couldnt vote... my usage isnt an option..

    I dont use it when I ride.. I use it after my ride. I use my garmin while riding to look at my data. After my ride, ill upload to strava to see how I did compared to my last ride.
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    Do you use Strava when you ride?

    I use it with every ride. It's great for tracking mileage on my different bikes. There are some companion apps showing up that help with tracking mileage of different components on the bikes.
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    I use it to track how I'm doing and challenge myself. PR's are all that matter to me not KOM's. In fact a lot of the segments I track are private so I don't even know how I compare to other people.

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    Do you Strava when you ride?

    No but I sometimes Limbo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    No but I sometimes Limbo.
    Are there different Limbo standards for the different wheel sizes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kronk View Post
    Are there different Limbo standards for the different wheel sizes?
    Yeah, 29ers are allowed a handicap.

    THIS is one of my favorite antics of Strava$$holes:Do you use Strava when you ride?-image.jpg
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    I use Strava primarily to track my mileage. It's useful for tracking maintenance, because in your bike profile you can set when parts have been installed and removed, though I wish it tracked by hours as well as miles. While KOM's are out of reach, I do like to see where I fall in relation to other riders. More importantly, I like to see that I'm setting personal bests because that means I'm improving. Finally, I have a couple of friends that also use it, and we follow each other just to keep up with where everyone's riding.
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    I dont use Strava specifically but I do use another app to track my rides. I am always interested to see where im improving/need to work on. Also gives me a great idea of how many miles are on my bike so I can do proper maintenance to it. Friends are always asking me how many miles we did, how long did it take or what was the climbing elevation. The app I used does personal rerecords but no KOM like stuff against other users. I only complete against myself.

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    Re: Do you use Strava when you ride?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jovian View Post
    I dont use Strava specifically but I do use another app to track my rides. I am always interested to see where im improving/need to work on. Also gives me a great idea of how many miles are on my bike so I can do proper maintenance to it. Friends are always asking me how many miles we did, how long did it take or what was the climbing elevation. The app I used does personal rerecords but no KOM like stuff against other users. I only complete against myself.
    Which app are you using? I'm thinking of switching off from strava. Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by derekbob View Post
    I like to keep track of my PR's and push for better times but KOMs are usually out of my reach. It's also interesting to see what other people are riding and use that info to find new trails or connect existing trails in new ways.
    This fits my answer perfectly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glide the Clyde View Post
    Yeah, 29ers are allowed a handicap.

    THIS is one of my favorite antics of Strava$$holes:Click image for larger version. 

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    Do you use Strava when you ride?

    Quote Originally Posted by pcmxa View Post
    Which app are you using? I'm thinking of switching off from strava. Thanks
    I'm using Runtastic Mountain Bike. Been very happy with the data points it collects.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ironbar81 View Post
    Use it, love it, but then I'm a competitive ba$tard and I'm all about personal improvement in both fitness and technique. I don't push hard for all of every ride every time I'm out but if I'm not getting at least a couple of PR's on climbs and descents every week or so then I know I'm not trying hard enough.
    Getting a couple PR's every week or so? That's 50 to 100 a year.

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    I use Strava to keep track of distance/elevation/location. I don't track goals or PR's.

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    Do you use Strava when you ride?

    Of course , but I've gotten over the KOM , have to upload right away , get upset if someone beats me , pushing it to dangerous limits on public trails , ridings not fun anymore and no time to stop and say hello or help you because I'm on the clock , getting mad at the slow person in front of me and ready to kick them off the trail because " don't you ****ing know that I'm on the clock and your slow ass is going to mess up my time " even though I don't get paid for this .

    So now it's about keeping track of my all around stats and the love of riding .


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    Quote Originally Posted by 70sSanO View Post
    Getting a couple PR's every week or so? That's 50 to 100 a year.

    When did you start riding?

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    About 4 years ago. I'm 33yrs old.

    There are many, many segments on the various trails I ride, combine this with the fact that I train hard, 3 days weight training, 2-3 spins on the bike and the odd 5k run every week, gives me the hope that I have many more years before I hit the ceiling. I started racing Enduro this year and my aim for next years season is to break the top 20.

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    using mapmyride now, might check out starva though. i like mapmy... as i have my rides, hikes and runs all in one place.

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    I like strava, it's like a social networking tool with built in ride tracker. I like seeing what my friends are up to. I've also found through strava I'm a pretty fast decender in a road bike; any segment I've gone fast on I'm in the top 5% or so. Surprised me, I don't really give a crap about road biking, just like to go fast. Rarely get top 5% on trails though. Following pros and looking at the top times is humbling, so it doesn't make me competitive.

    It's also cool to see how fast vertical racks up in the mtb.
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    Sure do. I like to see where I stand and push myself harder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottzg View Post
    It's also cool to see how fast vertical racks up in the mtb.
    Yup, I think it's my favourite feature.

    I love Pisgah too BTW.
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    Love it!! I live in a small town so that makes me one of the faster guys...how cool is that!! Of course if I ride anywhere there are real athletes I'm stuffed!!

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    I mountain bike for fun and fitness and find Strava useful for logging my rides and discovering new trails.

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    Just started using it myself (was using Runtastic). I ride the same trails a lot, and it's nice to know if I'm actually faster or just feel faster. The segment comparisons are great!

    A little disheartening to see I'm (at best) in the top 25%, but that's how it goes when some clown named Levi is #1.

    On the other hand, it has changed my riding these last few times out - pushing harder, trying to set PRs instead of chilling out, enjoying the ride.
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    I never enjoy the ride..unless I KOM!
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    I'm surprised there's not much mention of what I think is one of Strava's most useful features, tracking mileage on equipment. I love being able to see exactly how much mileage I got out of a tire or a set of cogs. I like knowing how much time I've put on a fork since the last rebuild. I do think that part of Strava could use some improvement, though.

    Yes, I look at my PRs (KOMs, not so much - I've only had a couple, and then only briefly). I like to know if I'm getting fitter and faster - I ride for fitness (perhaps primarily) as well as fun. I look at the training calendar and note where there are gaps to motivate myself to get out more. I look to see if I did more miles and climbing this month than last month. I use the challenges to motivate me (No, there's no incentive to complete or not complete a challenge, except the fact that I made a commitment to myself to get in a 130km ride this month).

    None of this distracts me while I'm riding, any more than using any other tracking tool/gps. About the only thing I pay attention to on my Garmin while I'm riding is my heart rate, and then only if I'm on a ride where I'm targeting a specific zone or interval. Otherwise I go ride and look at the data later for my own amusement and education. Most of the time, anyway. I will admit to sometimes trying to improve my time on a particular segment (usually climbs), but only if I can do so safely.

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    ^^^agree on miles and equipment tracking. If folks are so anti leader board..just make all of your rides private.
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    I started using it these past few months. At the moment I have zero interest in trying to beat any personal records or compare what I'm doing with what other riders are doing, etc. I do like it for keeping track of miles, elevation and calories burned. Sure, it's not 100% accurate but probably close enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigTex91 View Post
    I'm surprised there's not much mention of what I think is one of Strava's most useful features, tracking mileage on equipment. I love being able to see exactly how much mileage I got out of a tire or a set of cogs. I like knowing how much time I've put on a fork since the last rebuild. I do think that part of Strava could use some improvement, though.
    how detailed is it? I've loaded it on my phone but yet to use it. I have all my runs/rides//hikes in mapmyrun/ride/hike. it has a gear tracker but is run specific and doesn't even have my current NB trail shoes. if starva does that I would switch even though i'm losing alot of history in mapmyrun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nvphatty View Post
    is STRAVA some sort of pasta dish?
    Some kind of old violin I think.

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    I don't race. I just look at my bike computer when I'm done pedaling to see how far I have gone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thegock View Post
    Strava is a great tool to measure your fitness. E.g. are you posting personal records or times that are 10% worse than your best.

    At 59, there are no KOM's for me, but to paraphrase Judge Smales: "How do you measure yourself among other men?"

    When I travel with my bike, I use Strava to find tough climbs to ride and good routes nearby.

    It's a great tool and adds to the enjoyment of a group of cyclists like mine, who post their rides.
    Except, you need to understand it's not accurate. 10 different devices on the same route record different tracks. What follows are maybe 10 different distances, 10 different average speeds, 10 different vertical meters climbed. And yet the 10 devices did the same ride. How many tracks fit to Strava's comically awful segment fitting algo is an open question.

    I realize you "see" the track mapped to Google's GIS, but that's Google's hard work that has nothing to do with Strava's stuff.

    Accept it is a time-waster like facesbooking and don't take the numbers seriously and it's all good.

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    I don't mind that people use strava but I wish I saw more of these signs on certain trails.



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    Quote Originally Posted by asphalt_jesus View Post
    Except, you need to understand it's not accurate. 10 different devices on the same route record different tracks. What follows are maybe 10 different distances, 10 different average speeds, 10 different vertical meters climbed. And yet the 10 devices did the same ride. How many tracks fit to Strava's comically awful segment fitting algo is an open question.

    I realize you "see" the track mapped to Google's GIS, but that's Google's hard work that has nothing to do with Strava's stuff.

    Accept it is a time-waster like facesbooking and don't take the numbers seriously and it's all good.
    Exactly. I enjoy it but understand its limitations..great for road riding but for off road...it can be pretty bad in terms of segment matching and accuracy.
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    I like to track my rides and started out using Runtastic but recently started using Strava. I like to see how I improve over time on different segments. I do think it leads me to try to ride faster which isn't my goal when I ride. I'm mostly in it for the exercise and being away from the stress of my life.

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    Used to, kind of over it now....

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    I understand it's not very accurate but I don't care enough to get a proper GPS. It is accurate enough to get an idea of where you fitness and skill fit in and to track your KM and elevation. I measure my climbing in kilometers and it's good enough for that. A lot of our trails are understood to be directional and the others are lower speed. Riders climbing a mainly DH trail are always on the lookout for those coming down. I've never had a problem either way around here.
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    Strava is actually quite accurate if you pay attention to longer segments and if you don't get too worked up over it if you get an inaccurate log from time to time. Guys I am faster than when I ride with them generally end up with slower strava times and guys I'm slower than end up with faster times in general.

    If you look at some segment that's a minute long then all bets are off, especially when you use a gps with less frequent location polling - ironically it is some of the dedicated GPS units that use less frequent polling.

    I use Strava on every ride and sometimes I go hard and try to beat my personal best or get a KOM or other times I just chill and ride at an easy pace or stick with the group on a group ride. If you don't get too worked up over the results then it's a great tool IMO.

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    I use it every time I ride. In the beginning it was just a diary of elapsed time, mileage, average speed and a general idea of the route. Now that I'm getting in better shape I'm paying more attention to segment times, PR's and my overall standings. I'm 39, overweight and a former roadie. The fact I am now getting into the top half on a few segments of the more technical trails has been a boost in confidence and a motivator to continue improving, both in technique and stamina. Where I ride there are a ton of trail options, it's cool to use Orux Maps (Open Street Maps data) to get an idea of where a trail goes, Strava for a good overhead map of where I've been and if I'm headed where I want to be (I'm hopeless without a map), my cyclometer to keep me on task for average speed, and racing the sun to get back to the truck before I need my light. Having ridden the same loops often enough I see the inaccuracies of using a cell phone, but that doesn't bother me yet.

    I would've loved this functionality 20 years ago when I was a serious roadie.
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    Strava is only as accurate as your gps you are using and the signal. Just like any other device that uses gps.
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