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  • yes!

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  • I am thinking about signing up for the grand fondo challenge. I will not be able to complete it without this function. My iPhone battery dies after ~60 miles. I have a second phone that I use to record the second half of my longer rides. 

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  • I like this feature also, handy when whatever Strava compatible recording app crashes.  You can buy an iPhone battery for about $5 on Amazon and it takes very basic skills to install.  There are also plenty of $20 battery cases for the iPhone out there, handy to keep plenty of phone time in reserve in case you need to actually use the phone.

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  • Poeple are gonna cheat no matter what Strava does. Don't punish the rest of us because of the few dishonest people.

     

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  • Please add this feature!

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  • Please add this function. Just took a ferry ride midway my trip and then started my device up again, this made my ride look like two different and its really only one ride. 

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  • I had the misfortune of dead battery on the Garmin on the 111KMs I had to continue the remaining 63 odd KMs on the Phone app. it was a big ride and I partly did it because I signed up for the Gran Fondo challenge. This feature would be a great solution. I see many of riders I follow uploading their rides as 2 rides because of this issue. I'm sure this feature would be widely used. obviously only for when the ride you're trying to combine is an obvious continuation to the one before.

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  • Please! Or fix the android app so it does not crash every 10k. Or at least make it restart automatically and return to recording a ride.
    To stop cheating attempts it could only be available for rides with no more than 5-10 minutes between them.

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  • In my humble opinion, it would be good is if you could merge the start and end and combine the speed stats of the person you where riding with. (took a few k's to realise and in my defence It was dark)

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  • would really like this option....  my phone died half way through a ride... really want to combine my two rides that are part of same loop

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  • This functionality would be excellent. Be it to cover a mid-ride/run software crash, or if you have to catch a bus or ferry.  The "merge" option could be enables only for certain criteria - for example if the two activities start/end within a certain radius (say 100m) and/or with a certain time (say 2 minutes).

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  • Please add.

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  • Come on, Strava.  Basic feature that many will need eventually given the battery life of many phones.

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  • Got to the top of the hill, thought that was the end and saved ride. Then decided to carry on and started a new one. apart from  the rest break in between it was one ride - honest! You should allo wrides to merge so long as eg one starts within an hour of the other ending.

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  • Having recently pushed out a 19.5hr ride, using two Garmin units (five files in all), then discovering that Strava even in Premium mode still doesn't do this is kinda galling.

    The most epic rides of all can't be presented properly? That stinks.

     

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  • Yes please!

     

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  • yes please, get on it

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  • Please add

     

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  • Get your act together, 5 mins of programming is all that is required to merge any number of rides, A+B+C, it ain't rocket science.

     

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  • Hey, I'm as keen as mustard to see this feature too, but keep it civil.

    That's not five minutes work. Here's what they'll have to do:

    The programming that stitches together multiple data sets that are possibly stored across different database shards, works out the endpoints, eliminates any overlaps, removes previously matched segments and re-matches them against the new data set, updates KOM tables to match, plus designing & implementing an interface for the same, provisioning of the compute power to do all that, plus writing automated tests for the interface and the logic, writing up the documentation, finding bugs and edge cases and ensuring the interface detects users doing things that don't make sense (like stitching together rides that weren't together, or that hugely overlap, or were recorded with different types of device, or on different days, or that they already stitched together).

    So, actually, no, it's not a simple job. But I'll say "thank you" when it's done, by renewing my premium subscription.

     

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  • It took me 2 minutes to do it with notepad, having never seen the inside of a .gpx file before this morning. I am sure someone whose job it is to program for a living could write something quickly, albeit 5 minutes isn't enough time :) it is simply comparing 2 or more  text files and throwing out the erroneous data, correctly written .gpx files are full of the same info, it shouldn't be too hard.

    endomondo do it online now, only caveat is it needs to be the same activity you are joining, which is logical in most cases.

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  • So pasting together binary .fit files for thousands of users, it's just like notepad on a bigger scale, amirite?

    Oh boy, you can bring a horse to water ...

     

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  • No, text based .gpx files, read what I wrote, thats what I based my comments on, No idea what a .fit file is. endomondo do it with .gpx, works flawlessly.

     

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  • Unfortunately, that view of the problem space is too narrow to be satisfactory.

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