Strava Cycling allows you to track your rides and view your distance, speed, elevation, and calories burned. This app also includes features such as heart rate sensors and the ability to view your ride on a map. As an added bonus, Strava doesn’t drain your phones battery, and can be useful if you’re riding somewhere new, but the GPS is not always 100% accurate. There have also been reports of the app crashing, so if you are looking to keep track of all your data over time, it might be useful to have a backup system in place. However, if you’re simply looking for an estimated summary of your ride day to day, this app is worth a shot.
Strava also incorporates social media into your ride so that you can follow other riders, search for other routes around you, and participate in challenges. While the tracker alone is available on other apps, the community aspect is what makes Strava Cycling different from other available cycling apps.
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