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Tech of the Week: Strava hacks, British-built Raleighs, smart watches for cyclists, and more

Tech of the Week: Strava hacks, British-built Raleighs, smart watches for cyclists, and more

The biggest tech stories from the last seven days How to get even more out of Strava

This week we’ve seen a couple of smart ways for you to get even more out of everyone’s second favourite cycling website (after Cycling Weekly , of course). First up, the KOM club , a website for Strava addicts and KOM chasers, which places you in a worldwide league table based on the number of KOMs in your trophy cabinet.

The other neat little tool that we’ve come across is the StravistiX extension for Google Chrome . Designed by a French software engineer who found himself by the lack of data on offer, this extension allows you to delve even deeper into your ride data, and also has a neat trick of excluding the slowest 25 per cent of your ride from the average speed calculation, useful for riders whose stats have been ruined by slow sections getting in and out of towns. Raleigh goes back to its roots

You might be surprised to hear that Raleigh hasn’t assembled bikes in the UK since 2003, but that’s set to change with the new Militis eTap . The bad news is that the bike […]

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