Cycling Strava Template

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Welcome to your cycling specific Strava Template. While this template was made specifically with cyclists in mind, with a few tweaks it should fit any other sport.

Here’s a quick run-down of the pages you will find in this document and how to use them. After reading, feel free to delete of his this page!
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Connect your Account

Head to , then find the table options to connect your own account:
Note: You can easily change the settings of your table to metric units (or imperial) by following these instructions -->

How this doc works

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The year break down allows you to quickly see how many rides you did in a year broken up by month. Each month card is clickable and when clicked opens up a wealth of information on rides in that specific month
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My rides will quickly show to your rides within a selected time-frame. Use the quick-select buttons to view by available options, or narrow down your specific time-frame to anything you like (including everything)
Just like the , your cards are clickable and will bring up more data on a specific ride
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Set and view progress on three different goal types:
Average Speed
Activity Count
Each goal can be set to be met in the time-span of a week, month, or year. Currently I am attempting to ride 1x per week for a year (so 52 rides in total). Therefore I set my goal up like this:
You can also open up your goal to edit it further with the “edit” button that looks like this:

Who doesn’t love knowing their all-time bests? On this page you can view your all time achievements in the following areas:
Max Speed
Average Speed
You can also use the
View in Strava
button to view the activity where you made the achievement directly on Strava

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