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Import GPX files as a Strava Route

Lots of routes built on the sites, would like to import to route builder section and not recreate them all.

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  • Please do it,

    It's a long work to recreate routes from 0 with the manual mode.

    So import GPS as is is a better option.

    Id no please allow manual correction of imported traces.

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  • This would be a great feature. Strava allows one to create cue sheets. I want to create a route in Movescount. I am a Suunto user. I would then like to export the route to strava so riders can get the file or print out a cue sheet.  I would use this tool for bike cub rides that I lead.

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  • Importing all my activities from Runtastic because I hate adidas (they bought Runtastic). Strave is really nice.

    Don't want to do the workaround for my ~30 routes. Please fix it. Your app is really great and the website doesn't such like Runtastic. Really grat so far except routes.

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  • This feature would make me go back to premium again!
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  • You can hack it by:

    Obviously lame though.

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  • Kind of surprised this is not already a feature. Please add.

     

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  • Yet another +1 for this. What is the justification for not including such a feature, even if its a "Premium only" feature?

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  • So silly that you have to manually create a route.  I uploaded a route with added time stamps as a fake ride.  I tried to upload it as private hoping it wouldn't show on the board or count for challenges... that went south fast.  Since it already screwed everything up, I created the route from the fake ride info... then found out that the route it created from the fake ride didn't actually match the cotton-pick'n fake ride path... and the route editor refused to let me modify the path.  So, in the end I had to enter a 175 mile route in by hand anyway!  What a crock!  At least the challenge data it screwed up will be fixed by actually doing the ride in the next week.  (http://rideacrosswisconsin.com/ for anyone who cares what the ride is)

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  • +1 here, so the only way i can currently create a route to follow is to manually add someone elses route as a private activity, then create a route to follow from that?

    This will skew the miles ive ridden both cumulatively and year to date - lame! 

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  • Andy, after you convert the activity to a route, you can delete the private activity from your account.

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  • Any idea when this will be addressed?
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  • One of the main reasons I cannot convert friends to Strava from its competitors is because Strava does not allow users to create a route by uploading a standard GPX file. Only activities can be uploaded into Strava. In order for a user to upload a route, he/she either has to do a work-around or create a route manually. This is not worth it to a new user who does not have any loyalty to Strava. I strongly suggest Strava address this issue soon, or it will continue to lose market share to its competitors.

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  • We need this asap
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  • I revert back to RoadBike Pro from Runtastic. They provide this feature as well as the live tracking for family and friends, which is also a missing feature.

    At the time Strava has built these functions in there software, I will return. (A shame of the money paid)

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  • C'mon Strava! Out of curiosity - what is it that prevents this from not being implemented? a) Not a high enough number of requests yet? b) Difficulty in implementation? c) Strava doesn't think its a good feature? d) ...........??

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  • Slightly disappointed that this is not a feature. I was just trying to import a ready made .gpx route for my upcoming trail race.

     

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  • just want to be able to import a map route from gpx etc to save me from getting lost and not having to spend hours in strava route builder..... please please

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  • Basically the route builder sucks in a lot of situations. Example when a race is run then you want to create a route. Well good luck with that. It always does its own thing.
    It should just follow the activity and not start being clever.
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  • Thanks Alfredo Benso!

    Worked for me.

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  • As one of the most viewed feature suggestions in our community, we're doing our best to make this happen! We have a pretty full plate of projects right now, and our team is working hard on the latest features. But, importing GPX files to the Strava Route builder is very much on our list - know that your comments and feedback are helping. 

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  • This would really really help!!!! 

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  • 100% YES! Lets get this happening. Especially with Garmin GPS maps now!

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  • Can you please finally implement this very much demanded feature? Thanks!!!!!!

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  • Just to add to the many voices on here already, being able to create a Strava route from a GPX would be a massive help. Times I've thought of doing this, only to remember you can't! Garmin Connect is horrible to use, so you guys could really steal a march here - just this one hurdle to go!

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  • Hi everyone,

    We've just released a feature to convert an activity or GPX file to an editable Strava route. This functionality is still in beta so it's on our labs site. http://labs.strava.com/gpx-to-route  
    Let me know if you have any issues.
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  • Nice to see you working on that feature!

    So far I can upload a .gpx, then the track is displayed and there's showing "Computing route....". Nothing happens then.

    No route in my routes.

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  • Wait... some routes work as intended almost instantly, some don't and are "Computing route" forever. It seems that all routes I've export from Runtastatic as "Mountainbike" don't work.

    If it works, the black "route" sometimes does shitty routing. Why just don't import the gpx exactly as recorded? I've to do some editing now and the editor is pretty crappy with the imported routes...

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  • Awesome; glad to see real progress. I tried it with a 35 mile ride. It worked OK. Only problem was that it failed to follow the route in ten separate places and decided its own route instead. See attached photo (would have to zoom in to see all the locations it failed to follow my route.)

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  • As Bobby Mo said, don't edit the route automatically after uploading. Let us do it if we want to.

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  • I tried the new beta application with one of my (UK) running club's standard routes. This is mostly off road. Some of the tracks are recognised paths which are on the Strava map, but a lot of the tracks and paths are not only off road, but also (as far as the Strava is concerned) 'off map'. I watched the route compute. The first red line looked great. But then the application tried to 'correct' the route for any part of the route that was 'off map'. The resulting final map was terrible! So: please just stop with the first red route, which is, I suppose, just the crude gps data. Job done. Alternatively, provide a choice of 'as is' or 'follow roads'.

     

    Are Strava worried, perhaps, that users could create and share routes that are not public rights of way? Surely a legal disclaimer to the effect that Strava cannot guarantee that routes use only public rights of way, or are rideable or runable  would do the trick, and allow you to produce 'as is' maps from the uncorrected gps data?

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