View Di2 shifting statistics using Di2Stats

Published October 13, 2019 by BetterShifting Terry, Last updated February 19, 2021

So you got yourself a Di2 Wireless Unit and have set up your head unit to display the currently selected gears. That’s pretty cool, I agree! What would be even better is the ability to get a nice report of your gear shifts. On this page I’ll tell you how to do that!

Using the Wahoo Element companion app

If you ride with a Wireless Unit or display enabled there’s not much you have to do. Just pair it to your Wahoo Element (or Garmin, Sigma, etc.) and it’ll automatically record shifting data for you. Then, after a ride, open the ride results page. All your gear shifts are right there.

The exact implementation differs per device manufacturer, for Wahoo users it looks like this:


Have the Wireless Unit paired but don’t see the GEARS display on the results screen? Scroll down to the bottom of the page and tap EDIT CARDS. You should then be able to enable/disable the GEARS card. was created in 2014 by Brian Toone, an assistant professor at Samford University. At the time of writing it is the only website that allows you to upload your rides and generate shifting statistics. It’s really simple! After a ride get the .fit file from your device or app and upload it to [ It will then work its magic, generate and display statistics.

Gear statistics overview

Scroll down a bit and you’ll get more detailed shifting information. It’ll display at what point in time you shifted to what gear, when you changed chain ring and how much time you spent in each gear. The website also shows the raw shift data.

Di2stats shift map


About a year after this article was originally written SRAM joined the party - they launched SRAM AXS Web. Despite the name, this website definitely works with Di2. Have a look at the in-depth article on SRAM AXS Web and Di2 for more information.

BetterShifting Terry

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I enjoy playing with bike tech - both bike building and wheel building, bike maintenance and of course, Di2. Besides writing content and working on the technical side of BetterShifting, I also work as a Software Developer in The Netherlands.

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