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All API endpoints are relative to https://www.cyclinganalytics.com/api. Note: Using http instead of https works at the moment, but support for this will be discontinued soon. There are not yet API endpoints for everything. [...] The HTTP methods POST, GET, PUT and DELETE are used to indicate the type of action to perform for the call to any API endpoint, with the following meanings: The difference between POST and PUT is that doing the same PUT twice in a row will be exactly the same as doing it once, whereas the same POST twice in a row will result in two objects being created (or an error on the second POST if the request contains something that prevents it from being added twice).