Here’s a big old list of Strava sites and related Strava add-ons and resources. Some of these resources might be apps, or even browser extensions, to extend the functionality of the main Strava site. This is a dynamic resource and you can add Strava sites to the list.
Click on a Strava site to find out more info, and then add your own review!
Once I have enough reviews/scores, I will add a “sort by score” feature to this front page.
A growing set of utilities for the Strava addict with additional stats, insights and features specifically designed for the data-hungry cyclist.
The private messenger for Strava. Instantly send and receive private messages with your Strava friends.
The site takes your latest Strava ride and creates a nice movie, using Google Earth 3D maps. It also pulls in any photos you took on the route, and points out some key moments of your ride, such as where your top speed occurred.
Search among the activities of your friends to find activities near you which you can then make a route of in Strava.
Veloviewer syncs with your Strava data and gives you some mind blowing stats, analyses and visualisations. If you only use one Strava add-on, use Veloviewer!
Animated Strava activity explorer - Heatflask (alpha) imports and renders your public activities from Strava.
Enhance your Strava experience with StravistiX. An opensource web plugin which analyse deeper your activities and segments efforts !
See all of your rides on one map.
Overlay key data from Strava on to your video footage of your ride.
StoryTeller allows you to weave a narrative around your Strava ride data. It includes a text editor so that you can format text, add more photos if you like, then share it with the world.
A range of homegrown Strava Segment Tools by Doogal.
VeloGraphic combines your GPS data and photos to create beautiful mementos of your sports activities!
Strava Club → IRC gateway
Pulls in data about regional events, annual summaries and info about your Strava friends.
Wind Visualisation for Competitive Cyclists
An improved segment explorer experience for Strava.
KOM Attacker is an android app that provides auditory prompts in real time to help you pace your attack on specific segments.
Sends you a weekly email highlighting leaderboard discrepencies for segments you have ridden.
Performance information for Strava Users with a power meter.
The trusted marketplace for used bikes.
Buy or sell a bike, safe in the knowledge that it isn't stolen.
One for the runners, it provides a far better breakdown and summary of your running activities.
Find secret challenges, segments you can steal and pit yourself against other atheletes in our KOM, QOM and Challenge league tables.
Wonder what it would take to "Everest" your favourite Strava segment?
Useful tool for setting up Virtual Partner on a Garmin, and a SNAP tool for fixing GPS issues with your recordings,
Handy tools and improvements to Strava.com
Connect IQ app - Live Suffer Score gives you a second-by-second answer to a tricky question: How hard are you trying?
Feed my ride will make an RSS feed out of your Strava rides.
A range of interesting training tools from Ben Norbury, some of which link to your Strava data.
Made with Sisu takes your Strava data and produces attractive art for your wall. They make high quality physical prints and ship to your door!
Compare yourself over multiple segments to your mates, club or team.
Interesting Leaderboards based on your group rides.
Enhanced Strava Clubs Experience. Allows all sports to be included, not just Running/Cycling.
Weekly, Monthly, Yearly scoreboards and internal grouping of Athletes allows workplaces and clubs to better compete internally.
Your rides turned into music!
This app that will look through the most popular segments in an area and list the most recent koms, oldest koms and most recent top ten changes.
Create your own tournaments and leagues. Points are assigned to each round winner (as per Formula 1 etc. 25 points for win, 20 for 2nd place)
For creating lovely stats-enhanced pictures from your ride ready for Instagram, or more stats-heavy images to enhance your Strava feed.
A brilliant app to motivate you to get out there and complete more of the 100 Greatest Climbs!
The Hellingen app comes to you from Simon Warren, following the swift success of his first app, based on his original 100 Greatest Climbs book. Find out everything you need to know about Belgium's greatest climbs.
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