Crickles (and privacy) in 2019

It’s been a little while since the last noticeable change to the Crickles Navigator. From the feedback we get it seems that people find the Fitness and Fatigue functions to be particularly useful, and truer to actual feelings of fitness and fatigue than the alternatives on Strava and elsewhere. This supports our belief that the … Continue reading Crickles (and privacy) in 2019

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Anastasiia is not one of us

Some of you may have noticed this, or something like it, in your Strava feed: I had a similar "discussion" in my Strava feed from another club - Regents Park Cyclists - a few days ago. The more revealing photo in that instance apparently depicted someone called "Brian".  It goes without saying that we must … Continue reading Anastasiia is not one of us

Heart Rate Regularity

Mark and I quite often get asked about suspicious heart rate readings by people using Crickles. Often these are probably just Garmin/strap errors: the majority of our population occasionally see heart rate values that look wrong... The chart shows the distribution of maximum recorded heart rate by athlete. 62% of athletes show a maximum HR … Continue reading Heart Rate Regularity

Closest in Age

To view results on the Crickles Navigator you are now required to provide your Date of Birth. This enables us to run heart rate analysis based upon age and is needed for some of the features that we plan to introduce. More immediately, it gives you the ability to compare your Navigator analytics with those … Continue reading Closest in Age