Released in 2009, social fitness platform Strava has established itself as a go-to name in the fitness community, with both free and paid offerings, which aims to enhance people’s routines with more stats on their cycling and running workouts. One of the coolest things that have worked Strava’s way is that its free app runs without any ads hampering the experience. Strava Summit, the platform’s paid version, is also available for those who’re looking for more features such as heatmaps or goals.
All the stats on the Strava app are available both in both Metric as well as Imperial units. While the former is more popular and widely used globally, the latter is still used in USA, among a few other places. Here is a short guide to help you change the system of units on the Strava app from kilometres to miles (metric to imperial) or vice-versa.
How to change km to miles on Strava app?
- Tap on the Profile tab at the bottom of the app window.
- Tap on the Settings (gear) icon at the top-right of the display.
- On the next page, tap on Display.
- Then tap on Units of Measure.
- On the prompt, tap on Imperial.
If you wish to change the unit from miles to km on the Strava app, tap on Metric.
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How to change km to miles on Strava on PC?
Login to your account on the Strava website and follow the steps mentioned below.
Step 1: Click on your profile picture located at the top-right of the display. Then from the dropdown menu, click on Settings. Step 2: On the next page, click on Display Preferences on the left sidebar menu and then click on Unit & Measurements tab, which might be displaying Kilometres and Kilograms below it.Step 3: Click on the downward-facing arrow icon beside Kilometres and Kilograms and select Miles and Pounds. Then click on the Save button. Your system of units will be shifted from metric to imperial following this change.
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