Beeline Bike Navigation 4+

Plan, navigate & track rides

Relish Technologies Limited

Designed for iPad

    • 4.7 • 333 Ratings
    • Free




Do you find yourself always searching for “cycle routes near me”? Look no further: choose from up to 4 options in Beeline’s journey planner and get riding!
Whether you’re commuting or looking for a trip planner, Beeline’s route finder analyses everything. Elevation, hills, bike trails, shortcuts, cycle routes, it’s all taken into account in the cycle route planner.

Prefer your own routes? Plot your road, mtb, hybrid, motorbike or gravel journeys and let Beeline show you the way. Import your own GPX routes and get going.

Mapping at the touch of a button. Easily follow the directions on the screen, whether on the Velo or Moto devices or right in the app.
The original ‘smart compass’ for navigation ensures you’re pointed in the right direction at all times. Use the device to give yourself a smooth journey. No more worrying about your phone falling off the handlebars or distracting you. Looking for all-in-one navigation? Use your phone to navigate with compass or map view with our free pilot!
Offline maps means you can navigate even when adventuring.

You can benefit from the feedback of other cyclists on your journey, allowing you to discover better routes.
Return the favour by rating roads and routes while you’re riding and be part of the community trying to get people cycling.

Find all your rides in one place. Sync with Strava to see your stats and be part of Strava's community. See where you enjoy riding and where you don’t, with Beeline Road Ratings.

Works with the Beeline Velo and Beeline Moto: the (motor)cycle computers with better navigation. Sign up required.

Beeline sometimes needs a GPS signal for directions. Continued use of GPS in the background may decrease battery life.
We respect your privacy and only use your settings to give you the best experience with Beeline.

What’s New

Version 3.1.5081

- You can now try the Beeline app for thirty days without creating an account
- Allows resuming a ride (after app termination) without an internet connection
- Adds a `Copy support info` option to the settings screen that copies information useful for tech support to the phone’s clipboard
- Adds a new turn reminders setting for Beeline devices
- Fixes an issue that resulted in elevation gain and loss of a route being displayed incorrectly when the miles distance unit preference was selected
- Improves the HealthKit integration by using moving time instead of total duration for the calorie calculation

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
333 Ratings

333 Ratings

geebee_r1 ,

Great navigation tool!

Got the Moto through kickstarter and absolutely love it. Used it for years while living in Germany. The genius is in the simplicity of it; it just works (although it takes a couple of uses to get used to the timing and whatnot, but once figured out…bravo)!

My only gripe (albeit a very small one) is the underlying navigation engine used (google maps?), it is slow to update construction/closures/hazards which had led me to a couple of frustrating moments on the road. I think if the programmers were to use something that’s relatively real-time, such Waze instead, it would be a 10/10 product! Overall, very very highly recommended for motorcycle riders looking for a simple, small, intuitive navigation device that just plain works and gives you flexibility to search the less traveled roads yet still get you to the destination. Very happy with mine 😏

jrsalamo ,

Not ready for city biking

There is promise with this device. With future firmware upgrades, functionality is likely to be added that will make this device usable for the common city rider. Today I would not recommend it to other than early adopters. I have used it for about 150 miles of biking in central London. City streets are far too complex to rely on navigation from this device. I am continually riding past my turns. I don’t know if that due to a slow processor, poor GPS signal in city canyons, missing cues on the interface, or a combination of those. You have to keep going back and relying on a map app on your phone, which negates having the device in the first place. If I have to keep relying on my phone, there is no real use for the device. I look forward to trying it on country roads where there is less complexity, and the device should be able to cope.

I am also hoping for better ability to map quiet routes in cities and routes that avoid crowded walkways like canal tow paths in London. The app takes me on routes that are a little scary at times. Perhaps a teaming with CycleStreets would help.

RobAnybody ,

Good device and trip planning tool

I often use this app just to plan a route. It has intuitive controls to quickly drop and move points on a map.

I do wish it had the option to add voice nav. I’ve raised that but I think there is a concern it violates the “purity of the app”. 🙄

It’s an option in the Google maps sdk. Just give us an option to turn it on.

App Privacy

The developer, Relish Technologies Limited, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Health & Fitness
  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Search History
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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