Last year we introduced the ability to connect your Concept2 Online Logbook account to other training platforms. This means that if you use our free smartphone app ErgData (or something similar), you can connect it to your Concept2 Performance Monitor and send workouts easily to the Logbook and, from there, to places such as Strava and Training Peaks. Since then, nearly 4000 people have connected their Logbook accounts to Strava.
We've recently upgraded our Strava integration to take advantage of a few extra features. Now, when you share your Concept2 activities to Strava, not only do you get all the data you'd expect to see—including time, distance, power and heart rate—but we'll also automatically upload an image of your monitor results!
Note: This image can only be uploaded for public workouts. If your default upload setting for Strava is set to Private, then it will not be uploaded. You'll also need to upload your workouts with an app that includes split/interval data, such as ErgData or the Concept2 Utility.
We've also now got our own club on Strava! Go to strava.com/clubs/concept2 to join up with other Concept2 fans and chat with fellow Strava users.
If you've not yet connected your Strava account to the Logbook and want to do so, please follow the instructions below.
Connect your Logbook to your Strava account
- If you want to upload workouts from your Performance Monitor to Strava, you'll first need a Logbook account. If you don't have one, you can create one here.
- In your Logbook, click on the profile icon on the top right and select Edit Profile.
- Click on the Applications tab.
- Click on Connect To Strava in the Strava section. If you're not currently logged into Strava on that computer, you'll be asked to enter your Strava credentials.
- You'll see a webpage asking you to authorize the Concept2 Logbook to connect to your Strava account.
- Click Authorize.
Note: This will send all new workouts to Strava. It is not currently possible to automatically upload all past workouts. If there are specific workouts you wish to see in Strava, you can download them from the Logbook as a Fit file by going to the individual workout view for the result you want. You can then upload that file manually to Strava.
Stop Sharing on Strava
If you decide you no longer want to upload your pieces to Strava, you can do so by going back to the Applications tab and clicking Revoke in the Strava section.