Believe it or not, Strava started out with the idea of being a virtual locker room. And when it launched, it was only a desktop app. That’s a far cry from the ubiquitous mobile app it is today, and their story of becoming a device-agnostic service that unites every runner’s and every cyclist’s data into a public scoreboard has valuable lessons for anyone wanting to create a global platform. How big of a platform? Strava is now a verb…as in, “Did you Strava that ride?”
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