iPhone Apps

runtastic – Roadbike – New iPhone App


This app looks totally awesome and we can’t wait to try it out. It is a comprehensive bike computer for your smartphone. The integration of heart rate-, cadence-, and speed-sensors enables you to get even more precise trackings and analyzes of your sports activities.

Currently it sports 20% off as a special introduction offer, you can pick it up here for $9.99/£5.99/Download

Read more about this great app below…


Whether biking, road biking or hand biking, with the runtastic Roadbike App you can track every ride. All important parameters of your trip such as duration, distance, altitude, track and calories will be registered. No matter if you are an amateur or a Tour de France profi, the app features adapt to every type of biker. Bored with routine? The Open Cycle Maps made your rides versatile. They offer a huge number of bike tours and routes throughout Europe. The maps are perfect for bikers, especially for those who plan bike tours or search for new routes on the roadside.


Besides data analyzing and tracking, this App has a lot of more advantages to offer you. Due to the offline maps you can save the maps on your Smartphone in advance so that you do not need any internet connection while biking. Trips abroad or areas without GSM coverage are not a problem anymore. To further increase your performance while riding the bike, the runtastic road bike PRO App allows you in combination with sensors to measure the exact cadence, speed and heart rate. Thanks to the accurate measurement a continuous performance improvement is possible. Do you have a steep mountain in front of you and you need some motivation? No problem, the cheering feature of the runtastic Roadbike PRO App helps you to be the master of every mountain. Let your friends accompany and motivate you during your trips and show them your best pictures with the help of Geotagging.

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