Strava built a popular social network for millions of runners and cyclists. But more than 100 cities and states are quietly working with the app, too. Every 40 days, a million people join Strava. It’s a staggering number for a niche social network aimed at athletes– but then again, Strava came along at the right time. The company, which was founded in 2009, has grown up alongside a groundswell of new cyclists and walkers in communities around the U.S. By some counts, commuting by bike has ...
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