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Deleted my Strava a/c as I didn't want to give them my data for free anymore, so have been looking around for an offline replacement. I already use VikingGPS to view the routes I logged with my Bryton20, but it won't give me overall statistics, such as distance cycled this year.

BikeXperience is free software which will do just that and more, offering training planning and gpx-track-management.
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The website is written in German but the software works in English (the help menu opens up a web browser  with Google Translate to translates the website). I haven't used it much yet, but have figured out how to import all my GPX files obtain distance cycled this year. It also shows averages for each month over a period of years if you have that much data (I don't quite).

Requires a Java.
&quot;sirromj&quot; Wrote:Deleted my Strava a/c as I didn't want to give them my data for free anymore

WTF? And your data is of what value to anyone other than you?
I'm interested to as in why you would be against strava having your details? Please don't take this as a dig but as Some one  looking to use it more ,Im curious to your reasoning.
Also consider that any other site you use, Especially if it's for free will probably be using your dating/stats to sell to anyone interested in the same way strava would.  
Stravas business model does not include having advertising on their site at all, instead they're trying to generate features which people will be willing to pay a premium for - currently they are not a profitable operation despite their popularity.
I'm quite aware of privacy concerns regarding online data. While I did enjoy using Strava a lot, I also felt uncomfortable about it and decided it was time to move on.

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