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If all your rides are already on Strava, you should have a look at veloviewer which allows you to dig into it in ways Strava doesn't. You need to pay a small subcription (£10/year) to enjoy all of your rides, but if you do you have almost endless way to search through your activities as illustrated below. The summary section on veloviewer is also ...


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We don't recommend products here, Mapmyride is what i and several friends use though, it's free. Does not allow exportation as far as i know. That is a lot of wants out of an app. You might be better pressed to look into the high end gps enabled cycling computers rather than a phone based app. Strava is one of the most popular for a reason, it offers ...


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I use IPbike for Android. It has strava upload in case you want it but also gives you files in sensible formats by sensible means. It's got sensor integration but I use it with only GPS. You can give it a good try before you buy. The author is no stranger to this site; despite being almost a neighbour of mine according to play store, I've no connection ...


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I haven't tried this, but as I was writing the question I saw Golden Cheetah mentioned in the question Post race analysis of performance. Golden Cheetah is a free software application for Mac, Windows and Linux that looks like it does what I'm asking for here. I haven't tried it yet, can't say how it compares to Strava.



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