A cookie is a piece of data that may be stored in the browser you use to access Strava, which enables features and functionality. It allows our website to “remember” your activity or preferences over a length of time or during a particular session. If you're signed in to Strava, cookies allow us to show you the right information and personalize your experience.
We use session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies are temporary cookies that are not stored in your browser beyond the session in question. They are used for authentication and security purposes and to ensure the effective and necessary functioning of the Community features which you are utilizing. We may also use a session cookie to remember your preferences when viewing the site. These session cookies are erased when you exit your browser.
We classify the cookies into the four broad categories described below.
These cookies are necessary for the proper functioning of the community, such as tracking a user session, or accessing secure areas.
Session cookie used to pin a logged-in session to a browser
The information these cookies collect is anonymous and is used to collect aggregate data including information about the pages users visit.
Cookies delivered by Google Analytics for purposes of aggregate reporting
These cookies allow websites to remember preferences and settings, such as your username, language, region, font size, and so on.
Cookie used to hold a user’s username as part of a “remember me” feature
Tracking, targeting and sharing
These cookies remember that you've visited a website, a particular web page, and/or track your activities on the site. This information is sometimes shared with third party advertisers for serving targeted online advertising or other personalized content.
Cookies used to track visitor activity on an individual basis can be used third party business partners to serve personalized content, and/or later aggregated and used to analyze website traffic and trends.
We will only use Non-Essential Third-Party Cookies if you click “Accept” on the cookies banner, or in your cookies preferences.
Most browsers allow you to choose whether you wish to accept cookies. Different browsers make different controls available to you and so we provide links below to popular browser instructions on how you can do this. Generally, your browser will offer you the choice to accept, refuse or delete all cookies, or third-party cookies on a website, or those from specific websites. However, if you restrict our capability to set cookies, you may limit the full functionality of Strava, which will make some of our services and features unavailable to you.
In some cases, you can manage third-party cookies on a cookie-by-cookie basis. Learn how to manage your Google ads personalization setting, your Google Analytics setting, and your Branch cookies setting
Cookies used by the Community
Turning off or removing these cookies may have an adverse impact on the proper functioning and user experience on the Community.