freeware / cheap / open source software to analyse workout files

A light bike doesn't replace good fitness.

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rynogee
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by rynogee

does anyone know of any freeware or cheap software to analyse workout files (specifically from a wahoo bolt). I'm keen to see all my different data/metrics it collects, specifically broken down by laps.

I use training peaks, but don't pay for the premium version and don't really want to (I pay a coach as much as I'm prepared to spend on that stuff as it stands). So can't see it this way.

ridewithgps wants $, not sure about strava (and don't care for it really), my element app on the phone doesn't break everything down (and doesn't work on a pc anyway), so I'm looking for other web or PC based apps (preferred over some ongoing 'service') that will do it.

I figure I generate the bloody data, I paid for the GPS unit (and ridiculously marked up accessories), i should be able to read my damn data without paying someone else to show it to me(!). but here I am, looking for something to do it.

AndreLM
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GoldenCheetah

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rynogee
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by rynogee

oh wow, perfect. thanks heaps for that!

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bigfatty
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by bigfatty

notepad, once you have conveted the data to CSV from the FIT developer tools :lol:

moer seriously, another recommendation for Golden Cheetah from me

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