How to create a challenge on strava

How do I create a challenge on Strava?

How do I participate in a Strava Challenge? Search the Challenge Gallery for open challenges and click the join button for the ones that strike your interest (on the mobile app, use the Explore tab).

How much does it cost to create a strava challenge?

What a challenge costs. The entry level price point for a challenge is $10,000 USD. This price will vary based on your chosen targeting, and the duration of the challenge.

Can you challenge someone on Strava?

You can challenge your Strava friends by invitation. Select the segment and click on the button ‘challenge‘. Your friends will receive a notification in their Strava account.

How does strava know who you run with?

This automatic feature detects if you recorded an activity at the same time as other users on the same route. When a group activity is detected, your activity becomes linked to any matching activities. On your feed, the group activity is displayed with one map and a list of the group members you follow below.

How do I see monthly activity on Strava?

Click the Training tab at the top of any Strava page.
  1. You will see a full year of activities. Use the arrows next to the displayed year to move between years.
  2. Change the display to reflect the time, distance, and the number of activities or PRs.
  3. Click on a month to drill further into that month’s activities.

Why do walks not count on Strava?

Your Strava activity does not match the activity types you have selected in your Strava settings. For example, you completed a walk but your Giving Page Strava settings only have cycle selected. Therefore, you have not selected that activity type to be displayed on your Giving Page.

Can you see who looked at your Strava?

Everyone (By Default)

If you join Strava and don’t lock down your account immediately, your tracked activities are visible to anyone with an internet connection. They even show up in Google searches.

Can you use Strava to track walks?

Strava can be used to track more activities than you can shake a stick at, from cycling through to windsurfing, and of course, walking. With the help of GPS it can measure distance, time, elevation gain, calories and route.