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Designing Routes for Runners and Cyclists

Hopefully, you’ve already heard about the cool Routes feature that Strava launched within the past year. This new feature recommends personalized routes from any location in the world and is powered by both the millions of Strava activities and OpenStreetMap, the world’s biggest open-source map dataset. It also estimates how long your route will take based on your recent activity and provides elevation and surface

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Olia Birulia

Olia Birulia

Product Designer @Strava, instructor @UCBerkleyExtension and @trydesignlab, creator of @ uiuxdesigns (Instagram)

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