Automate your Strava

with

Strautomator

How does it work?

First you connect Strautomator to your Strava account. Then you create automations to automagically update your activities based on its properties like distance, speed, heart rate, time, location, weather, and many more.

You can also register your bike components to get an email letting you know when it's time to replace them. Never forget to swap a chain again!

If ride is recorded with a Garmin Edge 130 then mark it as commute and name it 'B2W'
If avg. power is higher than 300 watts then name the activity 'Suffer test'
If no hard efforts during the past weeks then decrease my FTP setting on Strava
If ride passes on Central Park and has more than 20km then set the activity name to 'Central Park loops'
If bike chain has over 5000km then alert me via email

What else does it do?

Strautomator can also:

  • Add weather data to activity names or descriptions
  • Export your past activities and upcoming club events to .ics calendars
  • Show your upcoming club events directly on a map, with weather forecasts
  • Automatically estimate and update your cycling FTP on Strava

New features possibilities are being constantly added!

Is it free?

Yes, for up to 3 automation and 2 GearWear configurations, which should be enough for the vast majority of users. Unlimited automations, GearWear and extra other features can be unlocked with a PRO subscription for 6.99 USD / year, paid via PayPal.

Features FREE PRO
Automations 3 Unlimited
GearWear 2 Unlimited
Weather providers 1 6
Personal records Bike, Run All sports
Batch processing 60 days 1095 days
Calendar range -180d
+5d
-3650d
+365d
Calendar template
FTP auto update
Webhooks
No linkbacks *
Early access *
Price / year Free 6.99 USD
  • A link to strautomator.com is added to around 20% of processed activities by default. PRO users can disable these links completely.
  • Some features might be released first to PRO users so they can give their feedback.

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