Most Active Club of the Year


Kings Rule Together / Queens Rule Together have taken the crown of Strava’s Most Active Club – and it’s no surprise! This thriving club embraces diversity, motivates its members to stay active and has a blast conquering cycling miles together.

When a Strava club promotes positive movement and a sense of community in their sport they position themselves as a strong contender for Strava’s Most Active Club of the Year award. 

This year, that award goes to Kings Rule Together / Queens Rule Together (KRT / QRT). Based in the US, this club logged an impressive number of miles in 2023 and fostered epic camaraderie along the way. Founded in 2019 by four cycling enthusiasts from northwest Philadelphia, they've ballooned to 400+ members across 22 states and five countries in just four years. 

Their mission? “We believe in the transformative power of cycling, and our goal is to help you discover the world by bike, connect with like-minded individuals, and make a positive impact in the world.” Cycling, diversity, and good vibes are their ‘brand’. 

Let’s talk numbers – members of this Club regularly clock 300+ miles / 500 kms weekly, conquer 100 mile / 170 km rides, and climb 14,000 feet / 4,500m. Races, meetups, tents at events – they do it all. Gravel, road, mountain biking – KRT / QRT caters to every rider at every level and from every background. 

The club’s collective energy motivates its members to show up for each other. Group workouts regularly bring folks together, all pushing one another forward. From high-fives to cheers, the KRT / QRT club finds a way to inspire all their members regardless of experience level. 

With all this in mind, it's no wonder why KRT / QRT snagged the title of Strava’s Most Active Club of the Year. And now that you know a bit more about them, why not hop on a virtual or real ride with the club? Trust us, you'll never know how far you can go until you give it a shot - and KRT / QRT will be sure to motivate every step of the way.

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