Climb Grades missing from Routes

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  • Commentaire officiel
    Liz

    Great news! Because of your feedback, we were able to rebuild and ship Climb Details for Routes! You should now be able to see this information for any Route that includes a climb.

    Reminder: for a climb to be rated (receive a climb score/category) it must be at least 500 meters in length with an average grade of 3% or more. Learn more here.

    A preview of what Climb Details look like is below:

    Let us know what you think!

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  • Leo vandenBulck

    I second this! I've asked your Support department more than once to please BRING THESE BACK. I see myself seriously abandoning MapMyRide and adopt your competitor Strava simply because they have the climb ratings. You had the functionality already in your system, so RESTORE IT is all I can urgently advise.

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  • Jeff Thorne

    I would also love to be able to see climb grades!  Any idea when we may see this feature back?  This is probably the feature I utilized the most.

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  • Synde Manion

    Agree! This feature is fundamental to training and should be restored.

     

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  • Mario Chapa

    Ditto to the above, I want to see climb grades

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  • Teri Olcott

    Please bring this back, Also, the elevation map that showed all the colors. 

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  • dawn holden

    As noted above, climb grades was one of the main reasons to use your app.  Please bring it back

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  • Mark Madonna

    Adding my voice to those who value elevation data and Climb Grades, specifically for running and cycling activities.  Bring them back!

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  • Trees Lomas

    Yes I want the elevation map!

     

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  • EC ML

    I've just renewed my account.

    The only reason is that so far I haven't find time to explore DIFFERENT solutions -- but of course I will.

    If you don't restore the feature of climb grades, your website is totally useless to me: most of other websites are FREE, and they don't show this information either. Why should I continue to pay you in the future ?

    P.S.

    How could you have this idea ????????????????????????????

    Was not obvious to YOU that the climbing grades were the "plus" of your website ???????

    It was obvious for US, expecially the premium users ! You must be crazy ...

     

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  • Olivia

    Great news, thanks to your feedback, we were able to bring back Climb Details! Please see the post at the top for more information. 

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  • Leo vandenBulck

    Absolutely great news, I've checked it and YES they are back!

    Well done MapMyRide, this is clearly what users have been clamoring for.

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  • Jay Libove

    This is helpful as far as it goes, but it still leaves removed-and-not-yet-brought-back the related feature, by which

    the kilometre-by-kilometre gradient of a climb was shown (in colours) as an alternate view to the elevation graph.

    When is that also coming back? It's of key importance in planning routes to determine that although the _averages_ might be ok for a given ride, certain _segments_ might be steeper than a rider wants.

     

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  • Olivia

    @Jay


    For now, you can still see this information on the Full Screen view of your route. An example of the URL would be:

    https://www.mapmyfitness.com/routes/fullscreen/2321800729/

    On the right side, click to check the "Elevation" box > then click "Show elevation chart," as pictured below.

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  • Jay Libove

    Aha, thank you Olivia. The new, much-less-information summary screen, left me assuming (incorrectly, "for now"?!) that the per-Km climb gradients were gone.

    But, what do you mean, "for now"?

    thank you.

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  • Jeff Thorne

    Thanks! I think this is what we were all looking for!

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