Stuff Gadget Awards 2012 – Smartphone App of the Year winner

Two of Stuff ’s greatest loves are cycling and competing against each other in frivolous, childish games. Hence this...

Strava Cycling

from Free, strava.com

Two of Stuff ’s greatest loves are cycling and competing against each other in frivolous, childish games. Fifa 13 might be the perfect arena for one-upmanship, but it’s Strava that has brought bikes into the mix. A GPS tracker for cyclists and runners, it captures the speed, elevation and time of your rides and plots them on a Google Map. But Strava’s real genius lies in measuring the split times for segments of your ride, then putting you on a leaderboard of everyone who’s cycled that route. With a recent update giving you a feed of friends’ rides, we’re now locked in a fearsome battle to see who can become King of the Ham Gate Sprint. See you at the start line.  

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