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  • Premier Icon NewRetroTom
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    Lulz 😆

    jekkyl
    Member

    There’s one like that near me, marked as dangerous or summit, goes past a speed camera![*]

    FunkyDunc
    Member

    Does it matter?

    Premier Icon NewRetroTom
    Subscriber

    Funkydunk – in the grand scheme of things no, but I was interested to compare my efforts this year to last to see if I’m quicker or slower. This is the whole point of Strava really.

    cchris2lou
    Member

    drop an email to strava .

    they take a few days to reply but are helpful .

    Premier Icon NewRetroTom
    Subscriber

    There is a segment local to me which is fairly hotly contested. I’ve ridden it a couple of times in the last couple of weeks and noticed that Strava didn’t give me a time for it. I first thought it was just dodgy gps data from my ride, but now I can see that on the segment page it says nobody has ridden it in the last month.
    This is a ride which dozens of people do on a nice evening and at least a few of these will be using Strava.
    The segment page is here: http://app.strava.com/segments/723687
    It says the last person to ride it was on 1 May. The road hasn’t changed, could the segment have changed somehow? Has the creator locked it? Any other ideas?

    captcaveman
    Member

    Why not recreate it as a private segment, that way you can compare all of your previous times and current progress, and no-one will ever be able to take away the satisfaction if you beat the KOM!

    bigyinn
    Member

    Order just create a subtly different segment full stop?

    clubber
    Member

    It’s usually where it’s now been marked as hazardous IME.

    Premier Icon Haze
    Subscriber

    just create a subtly different segment full stop?

    Or create an identical one that ends 50 metres sooner.

    It’s the Srava way!

    Premier Icon AlexSimon
    Subscriber

    On the latest iPhone app, it now tells if it’s been marked hazardous.

    We’ve had someone mark every cheeky trail in the area as hazardous. Kind of takes the shine off it.
    Strava say they’re working on a new system, so that one individual can’t have such a big effect, but I can imagine there are legal ramifications.

    Premier Icon zilog6128
    Subscriber

    If by “cheeky trail” you mean “footpath” then that is fair enough IMO.

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