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Old 09-13-21, 08:12 AM
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Originally Posted by TX_master View Post
I most certainly have:
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I'm not questioning the value of Strava to anyone using it on here. Nor am I questioning that it has any useful features as I'm sure it does. I do track my cycling metrics through modern technology, just not Srava.
Sure. So what about the bolded part should concern us? That they're going to turn sweaty selfies of my handsome mug in to the face of Strava and that I'll not be compensated?
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