Ride Alert is the app to connect you with the local cycling scene. Login with your Strava account to sync your profile and begin riding with other cyclists.
Let other cyclists in your city know about your upcoming ride. Enter details like start date, time, location, and distance.
See a ride you like? Let everyone know by indicating if you are in, out or undecided.
Tired of using group text to set the ride details? Each ride provides real time chat.
Receive push notifications for public and secret rides, join ups and new chat messages.
Want to invite your buddies on a private ride? Create and send "invitation only" rides that are hidden from public view.
Ride Alert is free and does not utilize ads.
Nope! All you need to start using Ride Alert is your Strava account. We hate passwords, too 😎
You can view all of your posted (public, private, and link) and joined rides from the Profile screen via the menu icon.
Your Strava photo is most likely out of sync. See below to update your photo.
Your Strava profile data is maintained at strava.com. If you make changes to your photo, name, city, or state, go to Profile in Ride Alert and tap the refresh icon on your photo to synchronize.
From the Ride Details, tap the [...] button in the navbar, then Copy. The new ride is set one week out and ready to edit. If you copied a private ride, your invitation list is copied too.
From the main ride feed (or your Profile), swipe left on the ride and tap Cancel or Delete Ride. Canceling a ride marks it as canceled and will notify anyone who had previously joined up. Deleting a ride removes it completely.
Blocking a user prevents them from accessing the public activities you organize. From the app menu, go to Settings | Account | Blocked Accounts. Users you add here will be subject to the following restrictions:
You can privately mute individual users by accessing the app Settings screen or tapping the Mute button in their Profile. To completely disable all notifications, follow the instructions for your iOS or Android device.
RideWithGPS Tap Routes at bottom, tap the More ... button next to the route, Share, Copy
Strava Tap Profile at bottom, scroll to bottom, tap Routes, tap Share button on route map, Copy
Garmin Connect Tap More ... button at bottom, Courses, select course, tap blue options button on map, Share, Copy
For Android devices you must logout of Strava using your primary browser (usually Chrome).