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Soleus adds Strava compatibility to its software

Published December 4, 2013

AUSTIN, TX (BRAIN) — GPS device brand Soleus has added compatibility with Strava to its Sync desktop software. The software upgrade allows users of Soleus' GPS watches and bike computer to upload activity data from their computers to their Strava accounts.

Soleus launched in 2012 with a line of affordable GPS devices, including the $99 Draft bike computer. The new software is compatible with all Soleus GPS models.

“We couldn’t be happier to form a partnership with Strava as they continue to do great things for our industry," said David Arnold, founder and CEO of Soleus. “We have been thrilled by the demand for our GPS products and are honored to join alongside like-minded partners who connect people through fitness.” 

The Austin, Texas-based company also announced three new running models. They include the $99 GPS Mini, which the company claims is the smallest GPS watch on the market. Soleus also added the GPS Cross Country, a $199 backcountry GPS watch with altimeter and compass features, and the GPS Tour, a $299 model that features an altimeter, compass, path finder display, heart rate monitor, vibration alerts, six interval timers, 100-lap memory, automatic lap splits, world times, USB rechargeable battery and a large customizable display.  

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Topics associated with this article: Mobile bike apps

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