Enduro CheckPoint Two 4+

Enduro Computer

John Day

Designed for iPhone

    • 4.9 • 8 Ratings
    • $3.99

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Version 2.01 - corrected developer errors in program - all related to multi-loop enduro

There are two similar apps from this developer
- 'Enduro CheckPoint' requires external odometer
- 'Enduro CheckPoint Two' uses GPS or Bluetooth (odometer not required)

Enduro CheckPoint Two Features-
Constant display of -
- Mileage
- On-Time, Early, Late indication is seconds
- Next Possible Check Mileage
- Current route sheet average speed
- Next Reset or Free Time
- Seconds on check point clock
- (new) Actual speed
Visual warning when within 20 seconds of upcoming check
'GO' indicator whenever safe to move forward
Automatic mileage advance at resets
Reset Countdown timer
Free Time Countdown timer
Selectable GPS or Bluetooth mileage input
Selectable audio (beep) indication of on-time and early
Swipe left or right to adjust mileage in one tenth mile increments
Three mile clear ahead rider input after check point

Setup -
The app opens to the setup screen
Rider inputs race data -
- Race Start time of day
- Key time, taken from system clock, can be adjusted to match clock at sign up
- Row Number
- If Bluetooth is used, rider also inputs wheel circumference
- Rider selects Bluetooth if desired
- Rider selects audio cues if desired

Speed Changes, Resets, Free Times
Separate input pages are used to input all timekeeping feature of the race from the club's route sheet.
Rider inputs every speed change, reset and free time.

(new) Reset to Zero:
In resets, enter the reset (example) from 32 to 0
In 'speeds' and 'freetime' enter ' 000 0' one one line to separate entries associated with different loops

Once all data has been input, Rider clicks on 'GO' tab
Prior to start time, the app will countdown to start time.
When start time arrives, app begins timekeeping automatically.
While on time (within rider minute) display will indicate 'on-time', and display a numeric value
1 - 59 of seconds into riders minute
While on time rider will hear (optionally) a single beep every three seconds.
When Early (more than 59 seconds ahead of ideal time) display will indicate 'early', and display a numeric value
in minutes:seconds of time early
When early rider will hear (optionally) a double beep every three seconds.
When Late (more than 60 seconds behind ideal time, display will indicate 'late', and display a numeric value
in minutes:seconds of time late. When late, there is no audio cue.
When On-Time, this portion of the display is green text
When Early, this portion of the display is lght blue text
When On-Time, this portion of the display is yellow text

Whenever it is safe to proceed (not early, not in reset,free time, or approaching possible) 'GO' is displayed in green in upper left
As a check is approached, a yellow warning appears in upper left ex: 'Check 12.4'
As a check is approached the 'Check Time Seconds' display changes to yellow, as it counts up to the '0' check entry time.
When check entry time arrives, yellow 'Check 12.4' changes to green 'GO', and a burst of beeps indicates safe to enter.
When Late, the check advisory does not appear, and 'GO' remains in display.

When riding on time and a reset or free time mileage is reached, The upper left display will show time remaining at that way-point.
Free time and reset countdowns are not displayed when late or early.

Mileage can be corrected in 0.1 mile increments with a single swipe of the screen.
Each swipe to the right adds .01, each swipe to the left subtracts 0.1.

At a check point or gas stop, the next three miles can be cleared of possibles display with a triple tap on the screen.
If done in error, use a second triple tap.

more info http://www.fpcbaseball.com/checkpointtwo

What’s New

Version 2.01

error correction - all should update

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

-HighSided- ,

Better then Ico and any other device

Me and my dad are just starting to try and do good at the enduros after doing cross country races for 5+ years, we wanted to do good and was debating if we should get the ico, he had a Freind who was willing to let us borrow their brand new ico, and the app was simpler, easier to read, easier to use, and was just as accurate if not more accurate. Some people will tell you, you need the trail tech Bluetooth speedometer thing but you don’t, just using gps on my phone was more accurate then the ico. Instead of spending 400 on an ico or one of the other ones we’re spending 4 dollars on the app. If I had a choice without considering the price I would pick the app. 10/10

JerrySchro ,

Won Open A with this!

Worked almost flawlessly! My only suggestion for the developer would be to somehow incorporate using the volume buttons to adjust mileage and mark checks. Using the phone’s touchscreen while racing didn’t go too smoothly. I was able to purchase a product that I could apply to my glove fingertips, that allowed me to swipe the screen to adjust the mileage, but for some reason I could never get the triple click to mark the check to work properly during the race. Another idea for marking the check could be an on screen button with a single touch instead of a triple click.

Bcrhoadsv ,

Awesome, but needs 1 more thing...

Need an option for brand x rules.

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