So far I’ve just used the free version.
Not bad. You can’t make routes with the current set-up, but you can find segments and then figure out how to string them together. The heat map is also useful. If I did more “new” routes this would be a mild problem for me, although there are ways around it (setting up a GPX track in Google or whatever, then exporting it to a different app on my watch, etc.).
Absolutely. Does a great job of this, although now I use an app called WorkOutDoors on my Apple Watch, and export that to Strava later. (Reason: Strava’s display on an Apple Watch is minimalist to a fault; WorkOutDoors can give you much more information during the ride.)
I just looked. Hey, there’s more of it than I realized! Yes, in the training calendar you can see monthly or weekly records of accumulated hours, distance, and activities.
The main thing I miss from what free-Strava used to have is segment comparison: I could easily see all my times for a segment. Now, at the free level, I can see my personal best and most recent time on my iPhone (computer has more limited information), but I can’t see all my times.
If you’ve actually got a bike computer mounted on your handlebars, paid-Strava can give you a ton more (I think “live” comparisons for how your speed is on a segment, which could push you to beat previous times; directions) - but since I’m using a watch, or my phone in a jersey pocket, those options aren’t currently all that appealing to me.