The Stages Cycling app features a number of in-app connections that allow for syncing of rides, as well as inbound syncing of courses and workouts created on other platforms. 


To set up your connections in the Stages Cycling app, first log in to your Stages Cycling account, then tap the Profile icon in the lower right. From here, tap the Connections tab. 


App profile: connections page listing third party app sync options


Under connections, you can connect your accounts with:

  • Stages Link
  • Strava
  • TrainingPeaks
  • Komoot
  • Ride With GPS
  • TrainerRoad
  • Relive
  • Today's Plan
  • And more coming soon


After each connection is enabled by logging in to your account, you can customize the settings by toggling items on or off that you want to sync between accounts. 


Activities


All activities completed on your Stages Dash or indoor rides completed in the Stages Cycling app will be synced to your connections when Activities sync is enabled.


For rides recorded in the app, a list of connections will be shown when saving a ride so you can select which platforms to send your completed activity file. 


Upload ride menu showing 3rd party services checked for upload


Courses

On platforms that support course building, course sync will make your courses available for riding on your Stages Dash. Simply head to the Dash manager in the Sensors section, connect your Dash, then tap the Courses tab. Tap the name of the course platform to see a list of available courses, select a course, then tap Send to Dash.


Dash courses tab shows a list of Strava courses


Workouts

Connecting to a third-party training platform will make your workouts available for riding on your Stages Dash. Simply head to the Dash manager in the Sensors section, connect your Dash, then tap the Workouts tab. To filter the workouts list, tap the name of the training platform. Planned workouts will be automatically synced to your Dash. To ride a workout now, tap the workout name, then Ride on Dash to begin the workout when you start your ride. 


Workout titled 1:2 resistance showing graph and summary information