KOMDefender - Do I flag this ride?

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Re: KOMDefender - Do I flag this ride?

Postby find_bruce » Mon Apr 30, 2018 12:49 pm

bychosis wrote:If I had to ride 50km to the start point, I'd have to turn around and go home, potentially calling for the sag wagon along the way too.

That fine line between warmed up and worn out :D

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Re: KOMDefender - Do I flag this ride?

Postby chriso_29er » Mon Apr 30, 2018 2:31 pm

g-boaf wrote:
chriso_29er wrote:
JPB wrote:
That last one has dodgy GPS. Too many dead straight lines where no road exists.

I know it is possible to fake your GPS location on phones because one of my sons did it to his phone to catch different Pokemon


The thing that annoys me most is most of these the guys seem to actually be cyclist, but still do not remove a dodgy ride after being caught out. Even if it was an accident. How hard it is!
I did it once. Jumped in the car to home. Simple crop and all back to normal!


Why not just ride the bicycle over to the start of the ride, and then there is no worries about needing to turn off the GPS at the right time. I've had rides where I had to ride 50km just to get to the starting point.

I don't get how people forget to hit the stop button and save the ride. :?


In my case it was a MTB ride. Limited time, kids, soft off-road rubber, unsuitable bike and all that :)
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Re: KOMDefender - Do I flag this ride?

Postby Rhubarb » Wed May 02, 2018 11:37 am

So my 2nd KOM Defender report came back with about 8 rides that were definitely invalid (needed cropping).

But most significantly it says they are closing down as of 1 June due to strava data access changes.

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