British cyclists on Strava have ridden the equivalent of almost 20,000 times around the earth’s equator in the last 12 months.
Global users of the route mapping and tracking app totted up a total of 161 million rides in 2016, with 27.4 million of those from British riders.
From commutes to centuries, big sportives and Tour of Britain stage-winning rides, the accumulated distance logged by British riders was 800 million kilometres and, despite the absence of long mountain climbs, a total elevation gain of 6.9 billion metres. So how do your Strava stats match up? We’ve pulled out some of the key figures from the year on Strava.