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Edit a Strava Ride

Old 05-14-21, 04:02 PM
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Edit a Strava Ride

I think this is the right sub-forum to ask this in.

I went for a ride this morning which got recorded on my bike computer, automatically uploaded to Komoot and then automatically uploaded to Strava.

The first 1/2 mile going to and then coming back from the meeting point were leisurely but recorded and factored into the overall stats.

How can I edit those segments out to see the stats for the real part of the ride? Export the GPX/TCX from Strava, clip away the front and end parts, and upload it as a new activity after I delete the old one? I don't see this as a feature already in Strava or Komoot.

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Old 05-14-21, 04:13 PM
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I don't know if it can be done from the mobile app, but on the website version, if I go to my ride, there are 3 dots on the left of the page (next to the pencil icon). Click on the dots to open a menu that includes "crop". In that, you can adjust the start and finish points of your ride.
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If it's the start and end of the ride, it's really simple to use the crop feature. On the desktop, it's under the button with three dots in the left margin.
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Old 05-14-21, 08:30 PM
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Thanks! I found the crop feature on the mobile app. Super easy (although it didn't bump up my average speed as much as I expected)
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Old 05-14-21, 11:51 PM
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Besides cropping the start and end of a ride to eliminate dead time, our overall speed can be affected somewhat by auto-pause/resume features on our activity apps and bike computers. Some can be adjusted for pause/resume threshold, some can't.
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