Where is Strava Corporate office Headquarters

Strava Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 500 3rd St # 110, San Francisco, CA 94107, USA

  • Phone Number:
    +1 415-374-7298

  • Fax Number: N/A

  • Email: N/A

  • Number of Employees: N/A

  • Established: 2007

  • Founder: Mark S. Gainey

  • Key People: Stephanie Hannon, Michael J. Moritz

Strava Headquarters Location & Directions

Strava Headquarters Executive Team



James Quarles

Chief Executive Officer

Mark S. Gainey

Co-Founder and Chairman of the Board

Michael T. Horvath

Co-Founder and Director

Stephanie Hannon

Chief Product Officer

Michael J. Moritz


About Strava, History and Headquarters Information

It is said that working out at least 30 minutes a day can do you a lot of good and Strava believes in this as well. Strava is a Swedish word for strive as this is a company that aims to support the best athletes in this globe. This should be the company you connect if you are also an athlete in the making.

Strava is headquartered at San Francisco, San Francisco, though they already have several offices in four different cities, which you can learn about by checking their website. This company is composed of smart and passionate people who are ready to support those who want to connect with them.

They have an app that can motivate an athlete or anyone who aim to stay fit. This is a downloadable app that you can also connect to your smartwatch. With this app, you can compete with yourself every day!

Strava Headquarters Photos

  • Peter oyle says:

    I am fed up of reporting a problem via your support portal. 4 times I have reported that my best times are not being shown properly in the leaderboard for age group 65 to 69. I take my efforts to do well very seriously and I a so upset that nobody has been in touch with me resolve this matter. All I have received is the auto response email. I have replied to these initial emails but that’s where it always ends. This is not acceptable. Especially as a subscription is involved here!
    Peter Boyle

  • tom says:

    Outside direct conflict zones, potentially sensitive information can still be gleaned. For instance, a map of Homey Airport, Nevada – the US Air Force base commonly known as Area 51 – records a lone cyclist taking a ride from the base along the west edge of Groom Lake, marked on the heatmap by a thin red line.

    i am novice at everything computer, however, i tried to find the map that shows the rider going along the west edge of groom lake.

    can you help?


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