Strava Multiple Ride Mapping Tool
This free tool allows you to display multiple Strava rides together on a single map. You can map rides for a given user, or see all rides that pass through a given segment. This allows you to see a map of everywhere you’ve ridden this year, or to see what routes other riders in your area are riding.
The sample images below show some of the ways the tool can be used to generate several different types of ride maps.
You can change the width and opacity of the lines on the map. Setting a wide width and low opacity produces output like a heatmap, which shows which routes are ridden most often, as in this map of rides near the summit of Mt. Tam.
Choosing a narrow width produces a more detailed view of the routes.
Mapping routes that pass through several different segments is a great way to get an overview of which routes are most commonly ridden in an area, such as this high-level view of common routes in Hong Kong.
You can also select rides for a given rider — yourself or any other rider. This is a great to get a map of all your rides for a year, or to check out routes that others in your area are riding, like this map of pro rider Tim Johnson’s rides in the Boston area this year.
When you’re selecting rides to display, note that displaying more than a couple hundred rides on a map can be fairly slow, particularly on older computers. The rides load one at a time, so it can take several minutes to display a large group of rides.
This service is not affiliated with Strava. It uses the Strava API to retrieve data from Strava and display it on a map.
Other Strava API tools you may be interested in:
Strava KOM Notification Service (allows you to follow any of the top-ten positions of a segment leaderboard, and receive email notifications of any changes)
Strava Segment Details (enhanced segment details screen, with KOM leaderboard history, full details on all rides for a segment, annual summaries, and more)
Strava Annual Summary (provides detailed reports on all your ride data, broken down by year, bike, location, and more)