- You can map a route on Strava to start a new workout and save it for future use.
- Through the Route Builder feature on Strava’s website, you can easily build custom cycling and running routes.
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When you go out for a run or bike ride, you probably have preferred routes you follow often. Whether you follow the path around your local park or prefer to stick to the streets in your neighbourhood, it’s easy and convenient to get into a routine.
But if you use Strava to track your activity, the app now allows you to create new routes to suit your workout preferences.
Using Strava’s Route Builder, you can build cycling or running routes that cater to a set of criteria, like routes with less elevation or routes that are popular with other Strava users. If you want to use the feature and build your own routes, here’s how to do it.
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How to map a route on Strava
2. Select your default activity from the top toolbar and toggle your other preferences, such as minimum elevation and popularity.
3. Route Builder will map a waypoint for you. Click “Next,” and then select your next waypoint.
4. Once you’re happy with your route, click “Save.”
5. Name your route, provide a description if desired, and choose whether you want your route to remain private by checking or unchecking that option.
6. Click “Save” and your route will be saved and accessible for future use on the mobile app.
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