It's the first Tour de France rest day at the time of writing, and while the riders take a brief chill pill we've had some time to take our eyes off the TV to compile a list of every rider with a Strava profile!
Some or more active than others, and over the last week we've been able to find out which riders are more occasional Strava users and others who are uploading their data from the race stage-by-stage. We've also picked some of our top recommended follows...
They're usually pretty unwilling to share, yet Michal Kwiatkowski is one of the few Ineos riders who is fairly active on Strava, giving us power data with his uploads too. Stage 10 saw Kwiatkowski take plenty of KOMs, riding at an average of 290 watts for the stage.
Gianni Moscon (no uploads during the Tour)
Wout Poels (no uploads during the Tour)
Luke Rowe (no uploads during the Tour)
Dylan van Baarle (no uploads during the Tour)
Daniel Oss (no uploads during the Tour)
Julian Alaphilippe (no uploads during the Tour)
Kasper Asgreen (no uploads during the Tour)
Dries Devenyns (no uploads during the Tour)
Michael Mørkøv (no uploads during the Tour)
AG2R La Mondiale
There's a few AG2R riders documenting their Tour on Strava, the main attraction being GC contender Romain Bardet...
Vincenzo Nibali (no uploads during the Tour)
Sonny Colbrelli (no uploads during the Tour)
Interestingly Thibaut Pinot didn't upload his ride from stage 10 when he lost a fair bit of time in the general classification... but worth a follow all the same!
William Bonnet (one upload from stage 7)
Matthieu Ladagnous (private profile)
Marc Soler (no uploads during the Tour)
Not much going on at the Astana camp on Strava, although Hugo Houle is giving us all the bells and whistles with power numbers from his rides. Yesterday's jaunt saw him cover stage 10 at 42.5km/h averaging 268 watts.
The boy wonder himself Wout van Aert has been documenting his first Tour de France on Strava daily, including his maiden stage win yesterday. Plenty of his teammates are also uploading regularly...
Dylan Groenewegen (no uploads during the Tour)
EF Education First
Alberto Bettiol (no uploads during the Tour)
Simon Clarke (active as of yesterday)
Tejay van Garderen (abandoned)
Stage 9 winner Daryl Impey proudly uploaded his victory at the weekend, with an altogether more casual caption.
Adam Yates (no uploads during the Tour)
Simon Yates (no uploads during the Tour)
Success came quickly for CCC at this year’s Tour with Van Avermaet taking the Polka Dot Jersey on stage 1. He’s lost it now and has switched his attention to the rolling stages...
Serge Pauwels (no uploads during the Tour)
Michael Schar (no uploads during the Tour)
UAE Team Emirates
Fabio Aru (no uploads during the Tour)
Trek's main GC hopeful Richie Porte is a regular on Strava, as is Giulio Ciccone who wore yellow for the day on stage 7.
Koen De Kort (no uploads during the Tour)
Fabio Felline (no uploads during the Tour)
Jasper Stuyven (no uploads during the Tour)
Lennard Kamna (no uploads during the Tour)
Wilco Kelderman (no uploads during the Tour)
Christophe Laporte (no uploads during the Tour)
Jesús Herrada (no uploads during the Tour)
It wasn't just the best stage win of the Tour so far, it's also on Strava for the world to see! Breakaway specialist Thomas De Gendt covered the 204km with almost 4000 metres of elevation at an average speed of 39km/h, with a huge weighted average power of 343 watts for the whole ride.
Jens Keukeleire (uploaded on the first rest day)
Tim Wellens (no uploads during the Tour)
Total Direct Energie
Niccolò Bonifazio (no uploads during the Tour)
Nils Politt and Rick Zabel are both worth following, but Alex Dowsett is the most interesting rider here, regularly uploading his power data.
Yoann Offredo isn’t afraid of a day in the break, but he’s been suffering badly after picking up a stomach bug. Head over to the Frenchman’s page and give him some kudos!
Guillaume Martin (no uploads during the Tour)
Frederik Backaert (no uploads during the Tour)
The big man Andre Greipel is a regular Strava uploader, and his split between time in the breakaways and near the front on sprint stages makes him a very good rider to keep an eye on. Akrea Samsic are the most prolific Strava users this year, with all riders except for Florian Vachon actively uploading most of their rides from this year's Tour.
Any we've missed? Let us know in the comments and we'll update...
After cobbling together a few hundred quid during his student days off the back of a hard winter selling hats (long story), Jack bought his first road bike at the age of 20 and has been hooked ever since. He joined road.cc in 2017 having previously being Staff Writer at 220 Triathlon magazine, and reports on all things tech as well as editing road.cc's live blog. He is also the news editor of our electric-powered sister site eBikeTips. Jack's preferred events are time trials, sportives, triathlons and pogo sticking (the latter being another long story), and on Sunday afternoons he can often be found on an M5 service station indulging in his favourite post-race meal of 20 chicken nuggets, a sausage roll, caramel shortbread and a large strawberry milkshake.