What information do I see in my outdoor cycling activity report?

After you finish your workout, you will be given an Activity Report with details and highlights of your ride. When you first open your Activity Report, you will be on the Highlights page, complete with your average cadence, total ride time, total distance, and calories burned.


This page will also show your Route Difficulty, Fastest Sprint, Moov Power Surge, and Toughest Climb.

Route Difficulty: The difficulty of a route based on distance, total elevation gain, the intensity of any climbs, and this number of climbs in a route. This is great for comparing routes and monitoring your progress.

Fastest Sprint: Your top speed burst. Sprints are a great way to improve cardio strength, train for explosive power, and burn calories faster.

Moov Power Surge: Your Moov power (Mp) is calculated based on a combination of speed, elevation grade, cadence, and Moov technology. Moov Power Surge is when you exerted the biggest burst of power. 

Toughest Climb: Your biggest elevation gain with the highest average grade. See the distance and time you spent pulling yourself up a hill and how much elevation you gained.

Tap Splits at the top of the report to view your route on the map. The color of the route corresponds to when you were riding faster or slower, as shown by the key at the bottom of the page.

To see your individual splits on the map, tap the marker number you want to view and the map will zoom to that km/mi and your split information will appear on the bottom of the screen. Tap “View List” on the bottom right to see all of your split times and data.

The Details tab breaks down all of your ride data and shows you graphical representations of your speed, cadence, Moov power, and elevation. The shadow graph on the back of the graphs shows your elevation so you can compare your data to the terrain.

Below this is all of the data about your ride including information about speed, cadence, Moov power, elevation, and time.

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