Done. I use “Mountain Biking” right now as my option. Mostly because I don’t mounting bike. It’s got to be tricky for them though, so many sport options. I was fairly surprised to see that Kite Surfing is now on the list.
Yes, there are. I don’t know how many polo players there are, but what they may lack in numbers, they more than make up for in $$$. And where do we get 45,000 people on these forums? Does that include every account that was ever created? Including all the spammers and bots?
Anyway, Endomondo is probably more interested in the number of their users that want a category added, rather than how many actually do the activity. I’m all for it, but have more than two unicyclists requested the category?
USE CAUTION! I followed that link last night to add my name to the list. I ended up subscribed to a website called getsatisfaction.com, which required me to share a login from Facebook or Gmail. Normally this is an instant turn-off for me, but I wanted to help the cause. All I wanted to do was add myself to the list of requestors but somehow I got subscribed to something I don’t want.
This morning I have four emails in my inbox, keeping me up-to-date on communications I have no interest in. I had to jump through several hoops to get unsubscribed (had to create a password first). Now hopefully I am – we’ll see. Got to love that social media! Not.
I’d suggest that this should just be promoted through the endomondo site. if 450 riders sign up to that one challenge, that will do it given that they’ve stated the benchmark. Endomondo is clean and efficient and it runs on multiple phones which is a big plus, so I’m keen to see this done.
Just thought I’d bump this and see if anyone wants to keep the push to get unicycling on endomondo going:
This is endomondo’s official user forum. As John Foss pointed out-you have to log on to add anything. but you do not have to use your facebook login. At least I didn’t - I set up a unique username/password with endomondo and haven’t had any problem with spam.
I use endomondo on my phone to track distance/time and map out where I get lost; it works real well for a free app.
wow…haven’t been on Unicyclist.com in quite some time. A link from Endomondo (another site I’ve been absent from for a few months) brought me here, though. Cool to see that there was interest in the unicycle category at one point at least.
I’m curious to know if folks are still interested in this…or perhaps have moved on to other GPS apps…?