It’s almost impossible to imagine the workload required to finish first in the toughest sporting event in the world, the Tour de France.
Chris Froome never fails to impress on Strava, but his latest offering is even more striking thanks to the terrain and bike choice.
We round up the hardest Strava segments that the world's tarmacked roads have to offer, including 100km Peruvian ascents, and 100m, 34% American streets.
Struggling to get your name at the top of that elusive KOM or QOM on your favourite online ride-logging service?
A small Welsh town could claim the title for steepest street in the world, taking the record from Baldwin Street in New Zealand.
The Rapha Festive 500 returns to Strava this year, so here are our top five tips to complete the distance challenge
We round up the most useful mobile apps for cyclists: if you use an app not listed here, tell us about it
Strava has announced the replacement of its ‘Premium’ membership with a trio of tailored offerings designed to better suit users. The athlete’s social media site – which currently sees 25…
More Strava stats for the pros to put us in our place
Alberto Contador took the chance to test himself against the current pros on the Col de Portet, setting a time on Strava that only three were able to beat.
Strava gives a great insight into the effort needed to compete in the Tour de France, and we've rounded up a few of the riders who you should follow.
Strava spin-off Veloviewer started out as a software side project and ended up being adopted by the pro peloton. Paul Knott traces its journey
You joined Strava for a bit of fun, but since then it's all got a lot more serious, and there are a few things you wish you'd known before you…
Eighteen climbs make up the modern Tour of Flanders, each of them with their own characteristics. Here are six of the key ascents of the famous Classic as Strava segments
If Niki Terpstra's victory in E3 Harelbeke didn't look impressive enough on TV, then the Dutch rider's upload to Strava really shows his incredible effort.
Comparing Vincenzo Nibali's Strava stats to riders in the chase group shows how close he was to being caught before the finish line
Strava has made changes to its global heatmap after it was revealed that it had inadvertently highlighted the location of several secret military bases.
Are you painfully obsessed with KOMs and segment times? Bedevilled by ‘uh-oh’ notifications? Or is it all just healthy, competitive fun? We speak to some self-confessed Strava fanatics
Chris Froome knocked out his biggest training ride of the year at the weekend, racking up nearly 300km at an average speed of almost 45kmh.
Soldiers uploading their running and cycling activities to Strava have inadvertently mapped military bases and highlighted times of activity, which some analysts argue could affect operational security
If you want to know what sort of base miles it takes to win four Tours de France, then Chris Froome is back on Strava and uploading some huge rides.
Strava has launched its personalised video service, showing your key stats from the last 365 days
If you think that your town is a hotbed of cycling with some of the fastest riders around, then the Strava Year in Sport report will show how it compares.
Strava has released the latest version of its global heatmap, showing where people have cycled, ran, swam, and whatever else-d in Strava activities.
If you're not a fan of the latest Strava update, then there's now a way for you to get your Strava feed back in chronological order and with no posts.