This allows you to list all the rides you have done.
Strava top tips:
CSV top tips:
An example CSV can be accessed here. You can open it in Excel, Google Sheets or compatible applications. The application does not do any mapping of columns and expects there to be a single title row. You are likely to need to reformat the information so it is only appropriate to use CSV if you have a lot of information and you are prepared to take the time. Normal CSV rules apply, so any commas or quotations in the text must be dealt with. Excel and Google Sheets automatically quote and escape special characters.
Column 1: Ride description. Plain text.
Column 2: Ride date and time. YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS (as character). Seconds or time are optional.
Column 3: Ride distance. Metres. Note: conversion from miles: Metres = miles / 0.000621371
Column 4: Ride time. Minutes.
Column 5: Bike name. Plain text.
Note: the bike name should be consistent, but does not have to match any name in the app. After the rides are loaded in the app, you can match the cycle in the app to the bike name that is recorded in the app. You can reset and alter this. The app remembers the original name uploaded and allows you to change your mind and reassign the rides to different cycles.