When Google Glass finally becomes available to the masses, Strava will be one of the first apps available. Things like the Recon Jet put graphical information available in a similar heads up display (and, arguably, in a better spot at the bottom of the lens), and Sportiiiis’ Cliiiimb system can give you audible and color-based visual updates on your performance in Strava. But Glass may be the first to put the two together – real-time Strava info and a beautiful GUI.
Of course, Recon’s system has an open API, so we imagine it won’t be long before they integrate Strava, too. And it doesn’t ship until Spring 2014, anyway. Whether you like it or not, the age of instant gratification and heads up displays is coming to cycling next year.