Record all your cycling adventures and have them available at any time.
Bike Tracks contains following exciting features.
- Offline Maps.
- Open Cycle and Open Street maps
- Add Routes by importing GPX or using an existing Ride.
- Overlay Routes on Maps
- Climb Categories.
- Offline History - not internet required to view your previous rides.
- Photo import and attachment.
- Integrates into Health App.
- Easy to read statistics.
- Season totals.
- Live Dashboard.
- Battery monitor.
- Share rides: GPX, KML, Facebook, Google Earth.
Battery efficient technology allows all day recording, no data or phone signal required for recording making Bike Tracks ideal for those long cycle rides and where data roaming charges apply. (1)
(1) Where data roaming charges apply remember to set Data Roaming Off see iPhone User Guide for more information.
This app may use your location even when it isn’t open, which can decrease device battery life.
- Vertical accuracy.
- General bugs and performance improvements.
Ratings and Reviews
Came to this from the Ski App, so found it very user friendly. Have seen it mentioned in other reviews...elevation recording is spotty causing the climb/descent numbers to be off. Although I started and stopped from the same place, the beginning elevation was 700’+/- lower than the ending (the ending being correct)...so it shows I climbed 700’ more than I actually did.
Outside of that...love the tracking/mapping/recording.
I love this app. It’s simple, easy to use and doesn’t seem to be a big battery drain. The graphing features for elevation and speed are interesting and the history and mapping are great. You can view your completed ride switching from map to aerial photo view, zoom in and use that feature to spot alternate trails and connections you have wondered about or otherwise might miss. My only complaint is that although distances and elevations seem accurate, the climbing and downhill statistics never match even though I start and end at the same place. For example, a 2 hr. 21 mile ride yesterday showed 1317’ climbing and only 1210’ downhill —room for improvement I guess. That said, I feel I’ve gotten more than my money’s worth and wouldn’t trade this app for other’s I’ve looked at. It’s perfect for the mix of recreational road/trail/mtn. biking I do here in Colorado. I can’t wait to try Ski Tracks come winter.
Good Tracker but could be better
I like the logging of distance, time and climbing statistics. I use this app to keep my annual cycling log.
I wish there was an option to export the log data (date, distance, time, elevation) for a period of time (like a year or a month). I don’t find the export of individual geo tracks to be useful.
I really dislike that the application inserts “New Track” in the name field and “Echo Mountain Park” in the description. For every ride... The app is linked to a GPS and the cell network; why can’t it put the place name in one of those fields? Then the user would have the option to update with the name and/ description of their choice. Ski Tracks, made by the same company, knows what ski resort I’m at and inserts that info in the log.
Data Linked to You
The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:
- Health & Fitness
- Contact Info
- User Content
Data Not Linked to You
The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:
- Usage Data
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- Core Coders Ltd
- 28.4 MB
- Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
- Age Rating
- This app may use your location even when it isn’t open, which can decrease battery life.
- © Core Coders Ltd
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.