If you’re a heavy runner or cyclist, you’re probably going to at least be aware of Strava. You’re also probably going to be aware that there’s a premium tier, called (cleverly) Strava Premium. Well, actually, not any more…
It’s been renamed as Strava Summit, and the short way to describe it is a chopped-up version of Premium. instead of everything bundled in together, you’ll be able to choose the packs you actually want to take, as the previous Premium service lumped together a lot of disparate features that not everybody might want to use.
Strava Summit pricing
Previously, Strava Premium cost £45 / $60 / AU$90 for the year (or £6 / $8 / AU$13 for a month), which got you access to all the business it offered, including in-depth analysis of your training or Beacons that would let your loved ones keep an eye on where you are while out logging 18 miles of breathlessness.
Now, that’s been split down into three packs: Training, Analysis and Safety, each of which costs