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Maintenance tracker

Mt. Kenya

What about the ability to split gear/bikes into sub categories ie. Chain, so can keep a track of waxing lubing schedules and to see if a certain lube/method works better. Or tyres, add your tyres to keep an eye on mileage etc. 


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Hi @Cjm88 

Thanks for posting about this.  Once you've added a bike to Strava, you can add components, such as chains and tires:

Adding components helps you keep a detailed log of every part of your bike. ​​This feature is currently only available on the Strava website.

  • Click on the name of the bike you wish to add components to and click Add Component on the right.
  • Select the component type from the list.
  • Then enter the brand, model, and weight (you can estimate the weight if you don't know it.) Designate when the component was added, add any notes you wish for this component, and click Save.

Components can be retired or deleted, but there are a few things to consider when retiring a component:

  • Unlike retired bikes and shoes, retired components cannot be un-retired.
  • Bikes can only have a single component of any type associated with them. If a component has been retired and a new component of that same type is added to the bike, the retired component will disappear from the list of components.
  • Once you retire a frame, you won't be able to add a new frame to the existing bike. If you wish to add a new frame, you'll need to retire the entire bike and create a new bike with the new one.

I hope that's helpful. 

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Jane (she/her)
STRAVA | Community Hub Team

Hi Jane,


I didn’t know this however, as someone who very rarely uses the web version, is there any way this can be brought to the App/ mobile version.