It would be great if there was a way to put in your daily mileage ridden and see a sub total, weekly, monthly and yearly and maybe keep running totals of calories burned based on your weight from the weight tracker.
Thanks for the suggestion! We're actually in the process of launching an exercise tracker where you'll be able to track all kinds of different exercise, including cycling and the distance traveled. The subtotals for weekly, monthly and yearly won't be in the first release, but it is on our list of enhancements. We'll let you know when the exercise tracker is available.
The exercise tracker is now available. To add it, go to My MedHelp, look for your trackers shortcut panel, and click Add a Tracker. The new exercise tracker will be listed as an option. Thanks for the suggestion!
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