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Status: Gathering Kudos

I like that I can add parts like wheel, chain etc. to my bike an get the kilometers I used them.

As winter is coming I'll use my bike on a wheel on trainer (Tacix).
Therefore I change the rear tire to a special one and the front tire for sure will not get any kilometers on. 
In spring/summer I'll put back the current rear tire and keep going with the front tire.

So therefore it would be nice to stop/pause the usage of parts and then just activate it again.
So the used kilometers on this part are still correct.


Very nice! I have a similar request to you as well.

Specifically I would like to track when which kid (passenger) is riding in the baby-seat or when I'm using a 20-tooth rear sprocket in Single Speed configuration. I was thinking if we had a way to personalize each activity with tags (much like we can tag these posts on this Community Hub) we could then report on those personalized tags/activities - which could also show distance used as you desire.

I posted my idea over here: -Do you think it could help you as well?

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As someone who regularly swaps tires on a gravel bike—route conditions dictate which set is going to be most appropriate—this would be a very useful feature.

Add the ability to edit the pause (currently “retire”) date so miles/km are correctly calculated, and it’d be even more useful.

Mt. Kenya

Would be super useful.


Agreed - I forget to retire gear sometimes until a few months later, so the inability to adjust the date it is retired renders this feature useless for tracking usage of said gear.


+1 useful part of strava to monitor our gears but it could be useful to be able to just swap our tires for mtb (dry/mud condition) with need to retire and create new tires each time...

it could be nice too to have not only distance but time too of components for the maintenance of parts like forks


Mt. Kenya

This is a very common use case for every serious cyclist. I really wonder why it hasn’t been already implemented!