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Strava’s Struggles Aren’t Going Away

It’s been a long and bumpy ride for loyal users

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You are — I am, I should more accurately say — officially old if you can remember a world without Strava, the ubiquitous social fitness app that lets you share activities and workouts and compare performances. In the 11 years since its founding, it’s become an irreplaceable part of the workout experience for millions.

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Cosmo Catalano

Cosmo Catalano

Mediocre web developer and long-time, part-time, all-time cycling commentator at Cyclocosm.com and HowTheRaceWasWon.com.

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