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    Post-ride logging software?

    I'm pretty happy with my Bontrager Node 2.1 computer and I like the data it gives me. In the past I've logged workouts using DailyBurn (which I still do) but DailyBurn doesn't track some of the cycling specific data that my computer gives me, like average cadence, grade, etc.

    I'm looking for something to use other than a spreadsheet for this that maybe can help me do some analysis. If it's an iPhone app that would be great but it doesn't have to be.

    What I am *not* looking for is some sort of app that turns my iPhone into a bike computer. I only want a better way to manage the data that my existing cycling computer gives me.

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    Senior Mumbler steve2k's Avatar
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    I like the website mycyclinglog.com, mainly because it's simple and clear, and the sort of thing I would build. It's not a flashy, shiny website, just simple and functional.

    I just use it to track my mileage and keep me motivated.

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    Senior Member Mithrandir's Avatar
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    mapmyride.com is also pretty nice.

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    I like Rubitrack but its Mac only.

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    SportTracks is very capable, with numerous features for tracking fitness, activities and equipment, for planning routes and reviewing performance. It gets better still with third-party plugins, such as Training Load to calculate and monitor endurance training progress.

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