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.
If you have a favourite Strava-related site or resource that isn’t listed here, submit a new site to the list
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.
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.
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.
Segment Ninja is a better way to enjoy Strava Segments. We do this by taking the best from Strava and adding a set of data rich features along with a simple filtering system to allow you to better target your Strava rides.
Trailforks is the worlds largest mountain bike trail map. You can connect your Strava account to view your rides on a trail map. Your rides are scanned to determine which trails you rode and generate check-ins for each.
More convenient and useful than the Strava leaderboards. Get your own personal 'club' so you can quickly compare your efforts with friends and training partners - to gain real insight into how much more (or less!) effort you need to put in.
Cycling legends earned their names charging over French cobblestones, sprinting between Milan and San Remo and climbing Spain's steepest grades.
We've made it easier for you. Simply connect with Strava. We'll analyze your ride data and give you your own legendary nickname and customized poster.
myCols shows you all the information about known climbs such as the Ventoux, Stelvio or Alpe d’Huez. At the moment the app contains more than 1800 climbs for the cyclist and add more every week.
AllFit is the only iOS app that allows you to connect with your running/cycling friend regardless of the tracking app they use. Also, provides a cross-tracking app leaderboard that gives you the opportunity to see where you stand up against all your running and cycling buddies, not just the ones using the same tracking app as you!
StatsHunters gives you a lot of extra statistics, heatmaps, badges based on your own Strava activities. Week, Month and hourly statistics. Region stats like country and tiles exploring. Miles and KM Edington number and avarage stats per bike, and more...
Provides information about overall stats, performance analysis, year in sports per year, pivot tables to sort, filter and get deeper insights. Works on mobile browser app as well as on a browser window as it is responsive.
Quote from the app's about:
MyCarrot | Your personal stick to push your limits?! | mycarrot.ch
Why the name MyCarrot?
There is the saying "it's a carrot on a stick". Concluding the saying the app is the carrot, your carrot, your incentive. That's where the app's name comes from. "Carrot and Stick" is also known as "Reward or Punishment": The carrot being the reward and a stick (I imagine being hit with it) the punishment. Now, it's up to you if and how you use MyCarrot. What will be your reward as you get better and push your limits?!
Why this app?
Well, I wanted to have something where I can easily compare my efforts and performance over time. In particular regarding to easy and customizable pivot tables and powermeter performance analysis. As most other apps just provide parts of it and as it became a challenge with a friend to better use Strava's APIs, this said, it ended up in this app. And it's not the end yet... I have a couple of more ideas and maybe you have as well. Please, feel free to give me feedback anytime.
Intervals.icu automatically detects intervals so you can ride your favourite route, punish the rollers and still get good stats to track your progress. Forgot to hit the lap button? No problem!
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