Courses are portions of a route. Some were created by our digital braintrust, others were developed by our community of users. If you track your activity with our app or a GPS device, you will automatically get credit for any course that overlaps a portion of your workout. Your performance on courses can earn you personal achievements and a spot on the public leaderboards. Here's how to get started:
1. Create a Course
Setting up a new course is easy. From any map detail, click "Create a Course" at the top of the page. Use the sliders to select a portion of your route. Then name it, save it and start tracking.
2. See How You Stack Up
Once a course is created, it acts like a virtual race. You can compete against other users for a spot on the public course leaderboard. You can also compare your effort to previous performances, pushing yourself to get stronger with every workout. All you need to do is complete the course, we'll calculate the points and keep you motivated.
3. Earn Achievements
Nothing beats the satisfaction of rocking your workout, but winning awards can make it even more fun. Aim for personal records or compete for monthly achievements. And remember, it isn't just about speed, dedication is factored into monthly scores too. So get out, get it done, earn some bragging rights.
King & Queen of the Mountain The KOM and QOM are the male and female users who have accumulated the most points on an officially designated climb course. Rankings are based on points earned for speed as well as frequency.
Sprint King & Sprint Queen The male and female users who have accumulated the most points on any user-created course are designated the Sprint King and Sprint Queen. Rankings are based on points earned for speed as well as frequency.
Guru This award recognizes the individual who does a course the most times. Guru points are earned whenever you complete a course more than three times, contributing to monthly as well as all-time scores.
Fastest Time Awarded to the male and female who have fastest time on any given course.
Personal Record This one is all about you. Challenge yourself to achieve your personal best on your favorite courses.