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Status: Gathering Kudos

Your virtural rides add to goals and totals but an ebike ride doesn't. Able to setup a goal with them added or not. I only noticed this at the end of 2022 after getting an ebike. Not sure if a subscription is worth it if I can't track my activities because STRAVA sets the rules on what is and isn't a ride.

Status changed to: Gathering Kudos

​​Thanks for submitting your idea to enable factoring E-Bike ride statistics into the "All Ride" goal. It has been reviewed by our moderation team and is now open to voting.


A friend has this already, all his ebike rides automatically add to his all rides weekly total. I thought I was doing something wrong as mine only adds human powered rides. How do I vote for this?


Hi all,

At face value, "All Ride" should include and display the total weekly mileage of road bike, mountain bike, and e-bikes. Strava's mission statement mentions "encourage(ing) healthy competition, camaraderie, and personal growth". E-bikes are 100% a sport, activity, an effort and often are ridden by older or disabled riders. There should be no discrimination against including the total distance in the weekly "All Ride" total. When I compare my growth (reason I pay for Strava), I am not seeing a cycling effort being displayed. I am currently recovering from 4 broken ribs and am riding an e-bike. I have cycled over 100 miles last week and am extremely let down this mileage is not counting towards my total. There is no doubt there was effort behind 100+ miles and over 12,000 ft of climbing. I encourage all @Soren to check out the link below. @mrop has also commented that a ride is a ride.... period. If a disabled person is riding an e-bike, is it fair to them to not count their total mileage no matter what type of bike they are riding? After all, this encourages "healthy competition, camaraderie, and personal growth"