Create an events page that shows every upcoming event from all of my clubs in one place, so I can decide which group rides to do. This avoids clicking into each club I belong to and scrolling down to see if they have any events I'd like to join. Also show me all the events I've RSVP'd for, as the Desktop homepage only shows the first 5 events in the list.
Reposting my comment from the support page
I want to be able to discover a local events such as bike races. Currently event discovery is scattered amongst many places like clubs, facebook, random websites etc.
I would love to see a calendar and a few filters such as location, radius and the types of activities. When I discover the event I can indicate if I am going or interested. This should show up in a news feed so my friends/followers will be able to discover the event.
The events should allow creators to combine activity types, e.g.: triathlon and link/upload routes.
Logically events can be created within clubs or by the individuals. Anyway, only subscribers should be able to create the events. This will limit amount of spam.
Ideally activity types within events should have optional qualifications, for example average speed for bike riders or pace for runners.
Past events should have leaderboards - people who has responded that is going and set activity privacy to public. Activities should also have a reference to the event. To link activities you can use the start time, location and the route matching. You can even discover people who was there but forgot to join the event or heard about it from a different place.
Certain events can be set to be repetitive, e.g.: each Friday 6pm or first Saturday of the month.
Also, if event has qualifications and these match at least one of recent activities (past 30 days) this local event can be suggested in a home feed. E.g.: average bike speed is set to 25 km/h and the last activities had average moving speed 24.9km/h. I would also add a PRO option for professional athletes.
This should help people to find new friends and peers, grow athletic community because giving kudos to flybys feels creepy.
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