Toolbox For Strava

A growing set of utilities for the Strava addict
with additional stats, insights and features
specifically designed for the data-hungry cyclist.

Enhanced year-to-date report
for Thomas Hochörtler

This report was generated on
December 31st, 2016 (18:13:59)

This year, I logged

60 rides

It means an average of

5 rides per month

Or, if you prefer, it equals

1.15 rides per week

More precisely, it is exactly

0.16 rides per day

In terms of distance, I totalized

2073 kilometers

They can be converted in

1288 miles

But please note that the kilometer
is the only official distance unit for cycling!

It is roughly like riding from

Salt Lake City



(which is exactly 2398 kilometers as the crow flies)

This is exactly the


of earth's circumference

My average distance this year is

34.6 kms per ride

It translates into an average of

172.8 kms per month

And obviously it means

39.9 kms per week

Basically, you can say I'm riding

5.7 kms each day

My total riding time this year is

4 days

13 hours

44 minutes

55 seconds

This is the

1.88% of my life

excluding an average sleep time of 8 hours

My average speed this year is

18.89 km/h

It can be converted in

11.74 mph

Again, you should start to learn
how the metric system works.

Talking about elevation,
this year I climbed exactly

572.2 meters per ride

Or, from another perspective, an average of

2860.8 meters per month

Yeah, it means that I climbed

660.2 meters per week

All the above is just to say
that I climbed a total of

34330 meters

Approximately, it's like climbing

Mont Blancx7 times

In fact, it is 4810m high
and it's the highest peak in Europe

At about 12000m I would have passed
the tropopause and entered the


This is the highest atmospheric layer
that can be accessed by jet-powered aircrafts

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About “Toolbox For Strava”

Strava is one of the greatest invention of mankind. If you are an athlete and especially a cyclist, it can definitely change the way you train. It does not matter if you ride on the road or if you prefer muddy trails: by recording and analyzing all your GPS data and adding a touch of competition, Strava motivates you to train more and ride faster. Like any good online service, Strava provides a set of API to access its huge dataset and create awesome websites and apps, growing the pleasure of being a Strava-connected rider. This is what this Toolbox For Strava does: it connects to your riding data and provides additional reports and stats that are not offered on the original website. Enjoy it, and feel free to keep me posted about any issue, comment or idea!