Currently e-bikes are the only electric rideable included in Strava's list of activities.
Please like and comment on this post for visibility so that we can get Strava to add the other electric rideables as activities.
These include: e-scooter, e-skateboard, e-unicycle, and Onewheel just to name the major ones.
We are currently having to use unrelated activities to track our routes and segments which we do not wish to do.
There are a great number of our members who would pay for a sub to Strava if we had these activities added.
Some might argue that these aren't physical activities and don't belong here, but I challenge you to try them if that is your opinion!
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Totally agree… would be great to correctly post our activities in Strava. I’d be interested in E-skateboards and E-unicycles (EUC).
Thanks for submitting your idea about adding new e-activity sport types. It has been reviewed by our moderation team and is now open to voting.
All for this as an Esk8 rider.
This would be fantastic!
Yes please! That would be awesome for my OneWheel rides.
These activities are quite physical (albeit being different from walking or running)But let me tell you, ride and electric skateboard for 4 hours and then tell me how your legs feel, Its a solid workout!
I would start using Strava again if this was added 🤷🏼♂️
Finally, yes please. Maybe ice skaters will stop being fed up at my land based speed records one I can properly register as a Onewheel
I have already driven over 2700 km on EUC and I still have to choose an electric bike. This is not okay.Among the disciplines there are a lot of niche types, so why is there no EUC?EUC is an increasingly popular sport
+1 for e-skateboard
Hi Strava Team
Could you please give feedback? What is the problem with adding new activities?
Would be great to see it!
Agree, please add EUC and PEVs as activity.Cheers from Colombia
Yes! it will be very good!
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