Wednesday, 1 February 2017

Strava Insights: GPS Cycle Computers Used at Cadel Evans People's Ride (2017)


GPS cycling computer stats from the Cadel Evans People's Ride 2017

Sample Size: 1000
Head Units Listed: 981

YouTube Video:

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Figures:

    238 Strava iPhone App
    152 Garmin Edge 520
    119 Garmin Edge 510
     78 Strava Android App
     73 Garmin Edge 500
     67 Garmin Edge 1000
     63 Garmin Edge 810
     28 Garmin Edge 820
     24 Garmin Edge 800
     21 Garmin Forerunner 920XT
     16 Wahoo ELEMNT
     14 Garmin fenix 3
     12 Garmin Vívoactive
     11 Garmin Vívoactive HR
      9 Garmin Forerunner 910XT
      9 Garmin Forerunner 735
      7 Garmin Edge 25
      6 Garmin Edge 200
      5 Suunto
      3 Garmin Forerunner 620
      3 GPX
      3 Fitbit Surge
      2 Wahoo RFLKT+
      2 TomTom GPS Sport Watch
      2 Lezyne GPS
      2 Garmin Forerunner 610
      2 Garmin Forerunner 310XT
      2 Garmin Forerunner 230
      1 Polar V650
      1 Pioneer
      1 Garmin Forerunner 630
      1 Garmin Forerunner 405
      1 Garmin Forerunner 35
      1 Garmin Forerunner 235
      1 Garmin Forerunner 225
      1 Bryton Rider 310


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6 comments:

Aaron Schmid said...

Interesting video, but something raised my eyebrow. The high position of the iphone app doesn’t necessarily mean that more sporty people use iphone than android. Maybe they do, but app use to record an event for Strava doesn’t necessarily reflect general phone choice. It’s also possible that people who use android are also more likely to use gadgets like a dedicated head unit instead of a phone app.

ceugene said...

Going to need evidence to support your final conjecture. It's actually a lot more likely that iPhone owners have more disposable income for dedicated cycling computers than Android phone users.

themolt said...

Hi, thanks for this info. I'm curious how you learned to use the Strava API / what tools you used? Can you point me to a video or article on how you learned?

Shane Miller said...

The Strava API Reference Guide is up on Github (first result shown when Googling for it). I then wrote my own tools using a combination of bash scripts.... and maybe perl... it was a while back I worked on them.

Andrew Barker said...

Really like to see comparison with new Bryden - 30 hour battery life? Good functionality at fraction of price?

Ráksi Ádám said...

It would be nice to see a "market share" on running events/segments.