Calculate your New-distance Eddington Number!

When you've connected your Strava account to, we analyse each activity to figure out how many "new miles" or "new kilometres" you've gone. This new distance is then plugged into the Eddington Number calculator to contribute to your new-distance Eddington number, and so is calculated in the same way as the distance-based Eddington Number. I have included it in my suite of Strava tools - see My New-Distance Eddington Number to calculate your own.

The all-user stats

Here we can see how many of our athletes have each new-distance Eddington Number, per activity type:

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My name is John Swindells and I'm a keen recreational cyclist with a preference for long one-day rides. I've also previously dabbled in time trialling and cyclo-cross. See more of what I get up to on Strava!

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