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Strava Heat Map
#1
Interesting to look at but is this a map for bike thieves ? Is your house a 'hotspot' ? Undecided

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#2
You can mark an area round your house where it is private. People can still follow you of course
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#3
There's a lot missing from this map.Many of Kent's more interesting or challenging trails aren't on here.What it does show is that there are too many strava addicts,or boring riders,riding the same stuff over and over.
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#4
[quote=&quot;]There's a lot missing from this map.Many of Kent's more interesting or challenging trails aren't on here.What it does show is that there are too many strava addicts,or boring riders,riding the same stuff over and over.[/quote&quot;]

Or people that just pop out for a quick, regular local loop.
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#5
Just found this one http://labs.strava.com/flyby/viewer/    then put in the url to one of your rides and it finds who was riding nearby at the same time (if rides set public) ie I just did one of my weekend Bedgebury rides and you can see when you crossed paths with people etc!  (click the orange play button top left to start)
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#6
[quote=&quot;]There's a lot missing from this map.Many of Kent's more interesting or challenging trails aren't on here.What it does show is that there are too many strava addicts,or boring riders,riding the same stuff over and over.[/quote&quot;]

Yeah! What we need is some sort of system where people are made to ride places, rather than do what they want. That would be great.
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#7
&quot;Breezer&quot; Wrote:Just found this one http://labs.strava.com/flyby/viewer/    then put in the url to one of your rides and it finds who was riding nearby at the same time (if rides set public) ie I just did one of my weekend Bedgebury rides and you can see when you crossed paths with people etc!  (click the orange play button top left to start)
Just found someone who ran a longer trail in Blean the same evening some of us were riding there. With all the sketchy stops our average speed was not that much higher...

I remember a discussion a couple of months ago re someone looking for witnesses of an accident, this might help.
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#8
LOL yes the circle things would barely move if you tried it on a group Sketchy ride Big Grin
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#9
Wow! This is a thing of beauty  Smile Iv always loved maps and this ones a real work of art. Looks best in blue.
Does at the same time remind me of zombie films, when they show the map of the spread of the virus though :o  
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#10
&quot;Skid&quot; Wrote:Wow! This is a thing of beauty  Smile Iv always loved maps and this ones a real work of art. Looks best in blue.
Does at the same time remind me of zombie films, when they show the map of the spread of the virus though :o  

I only bothered to look after you said it looked pretty, lol. There are a lot of sheep all over the world Wink
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