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Relive 2018
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posted 1/8/2018
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Since there are many folks here that also use Strava and therefore maybe Relive, I thought it might be interesting to have a thread to post links to "Relive" videos of interesting rides.

So, if interested, post your "Relive" links here...
thread edited on 1/8/2018 at 5:01:52 PM

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posted 1/14/2018
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https://www.relive.cc/view/1355510691

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posted 1/14/2018
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Those are pretty cool.
I'm not on Strava, though I almost signed up once.

Like bikejournal, I imagine there are different levels of features and some you have to pay to get. Are there some other cool features that are worth it?

I use Garmin Connect. But the only rides I make public are rides that don't start from home. (less than 10%)

Maybe I'll look into it again.
-- posted by KrateKraig
You can hide (automatically after setup) your starting and ending location. I do this with my rides.
-- posted by tojesky

I just signed up and saw that feature. It should work well for most of my road rides,
But I ride mostly on my backyard trails which is private property.

P.S. Strava just loaded many of my Garmin Activities, and it does have some nice features the Garmin doesn't have, and Garmin has a few things different from Strava so I guess it makes sense to have both!
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posted 1/18/2018
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Since I ride mostly in my back yard, my Relive is not too exciting. But it is rather typical of my winter riding.
Too bad you can't zoom in, and too bad the video doesn't show the snow on the ground!

Hmmmm, I couldn't get the embed video to show properly, I hope the link works...


Relive '-6F When I Started'


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Since I ride mostly in my back yard, my Relive is not too exciting. But it is rather typical of my winter riding.
Too bad you can't zoom in, and too bad the video doesn't show the snow on the ground!

Hmmmm, I couldn't get the embed video to show properly, I hope the link works...

Relive '-6F When I Started'

-- posted by KrateKraig
Not exciting, perhaps, but definitely entertaining!
post edited on 1/19/2018 at 6:36:28 AM

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posted 1/18/2018
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It's a bit more exciting in full screen mode!

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posted 1/18/2018
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-6 KrateKraig?!?! As my brother in Pittsburgh PA told me a few week ago, you folks are made of stronger stuff than we California folks.

Today's lunch ride (I think it was about 60 at the start):
www.relive.cc/view/1363854596


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-6 KrateKraig?!?! As my brother in Pittsburgh PA told me a few week ago, you folks are made of stronger stuff than we California folks.

Today's lunch ride (I think it was about 60 at the start):
www.relive.cc/view/1363854596


-- posted by gw_12


With the proper clothing, -6 is a lot more comfy than 80 and humid! And I didn't see one biting insect!

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posted 1/19/2018
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-6 KrateKraig?!?! As my brother in Pittsburgh PA told me a few week ago, you folks are made of stronger stuff than we California folks.

Today's lunch ride (I think it was about 60 at the start):
www.relive.cc/view/1363854596


-- posted by gw_12


With the proper clothing, -6 is a lot more comfy than 80 and humid! And I didn't see one biting insect!
-- posted by KrateKraig
Riding often at 80F and above and high humidity is definitely preferable to anything under 40F no matter the clothing. Now when it gets over 95F and high humidity, that is a different story.

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posted 1/20/2018
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-6 KrateKraig?!?! As my brother in Pittsburgh PA told me a few week ago, you folks are made of stronger stuff than we California folks.

Today's lunch ride (I think it was about 60 at the start):
www.relive.cc/view/1363854596


-- posted by gw_12


With the proper clothing, -6 is a lot more comfy than 80 and humid! And I didn't see one biting insect!
-- posted by KrateKraig
Riding often at 80F and above and high humidity is definitely preferable to anything under 40F no matter the clothing. Now when it gets over 95F and high humidity, that is a different story.
-- posted by tojesky
I agree completely with Tim, I always prefer temps in the 80's. As a matter of fact I would prefer temps in the 90's to anything below the 40's. I think it has a lot to do with my arthritus which seems to hurt more when the temps are cold. Also, I have never had a problem with biting insects while riding a bike - as long as I keep my mouth shut

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posted 1/20/2018
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-6 KrateKraig?!?! As my brother in Pittsburgh PA told me a few week ago, you folks are made of stronger stuff than we California folks.

Today's lunch ride (I think it was about 60 at the start):
www.relive.cc/view/1363854596


-- posted by gw_12


With the proper clothing, -6 is a lot more comfy than 80 and humid! And I didn't see one biting insect!
-- posted by KrateKraig
Riding often at 80F and above and high humidity is definitely preferable to anything under 40F no matter the clothing. Now when it gets over 95F and high humidity, that is a different story.
-- posted by tojesky
I agree completely with Tim, I always prefer temps in the 80's. As a matter of fact I would prefer temps in the 90's to anything below the 40's. I think it has a lot to do with my arthritus which seems to hurt more when the temps are cold. Also, I have never had a problem with biting insects while riding a bike - as long as I keep my mouth shut
-- posted by GeeWizMan


I should do one of those 23AndMe genetics tests, I must be part Canadian, or Eskimo.
post edited on 1/20/2018 at 7:02:32 AM
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