Indoor Cycling Reality


    • 3.4 • 212 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases


ROUVY is the indoor cycling app that lets you ride real routes around the world on your bike.

Combining sport and technology, ROUVY is the #1 software for a realistic and immersive video experience with over 1300 routes around the world to choose from. It enables cyclists of all levels to train, have fun and explore the world from the comfort of their own home. Conquer the Alpe d’Huez, ride through Monument Valley or train for your next cycling event on the virtual route.

Key features
- Ride the world's most iconic routes filmed on high-quality video
- Over 25,000km of virtual road to explore around the world
- Wide variety of terrains and gradients
- Weekly programme of challenges, special events and group rides
- Training plans
- Avatar customization
- Sync ROUVY with your Strava, Garmin or Wahoo

In-app subscription
The app is free but to use ROUVY, you'll need a subscription which costs $14.99/month. You can try out ROUVY with a free 14-day trial.
Simply create an account, connect your trainer to the app via bluetooth and follow the prompts to begin your indoor cycling experience.

What’s New

Version 3.1.3

- We heard your feedback and addressed some pressing issues related to the new user interface: Easily search for routes with more filters; See more content on your screen through automatic scaling; Select your bike directly from the bike icon in the top bar.

- More bikes to purchase with Coins! Check out the new Giant and Liv bikes.

- New users can explore the features through a sequence of tasks.

- We are continuously working on improving your video stability and performance and gradually launching a new video player for all platforms.

Ratings and Reviews

3.4 out of 5
212 Ratings

212 Ratings

Pdxymsb ,

Needs a little work for app navigation

I’ve only done one ride which was pretty good. Using Wahoo Kickr Core it responded well to elevation changes and graphics were nice. Some basic navigation things are a little annoying though. For example, you cannot add routes to “My Favorites” from the app - you need to log on through web browser to do this.
Also, there is no back button after selecting a route. For example, if you scroll through routes and filter (or use search function) and select a route, then decide you want a different route, you must hit “change” which resets all of your filters or search results.

Developer Response ,

Hello, thank you for your feedback. We will add your suggestions to our customers wish list. Your suggestions will be implemented in future app updates. If you have further suggestions or questions please contact
Thank you for understanding and cooperation.

bigmattm. ,

What exactly are we reviewing

I’ve been adapting to riding indoors and it’s a challenge. Many choices out there. The one part of road cycling i have been looking for is in Rouvy. Rouvy takes my setup and makes the experience the closest i’ve come to being on the road. Get this, climbs feel like climbs. But when you get to the top of the climb you feel some float in the pedals. Then the drop comes and you’re on a nice descent that feels like you’re actually descending. The app is not perfect but the feel is . So let’s let these cool maps and rider community mature or grow. i’m more forgiving of less than perfect if it’s fun to ride and Rouvy does that. Do you want to recalibrate your riding for an app? Did you spend your money to have to learn to do it “their way”? I invested in myself when i bought my trainer. As that should be everyone’s goal. (** Tacx Neo 2 T for power and my Quarq power unit for cadence.)
The apps should work for the riders not the other way. Give this a chance and i think you’ll get past the marketing and wow factor the competitors are banking on in a few short rides. Not that Rouvy lacks in wow factor. 😏 Cycling is personal and i’m reviewing this from a cyclists stance.

Developer Response ,

Hie, thank you so much for your feedback. Stay safe and enjoy your rides :)

RobertW_in-OC ,

I Love Exploring the World via Rouvy

I’ve been riding Rouvy AR about 4-6 days per week for most a year now, and I love it. Unlike another popular indoor training app, Rouvy uses real-world video (and you can upload your own), so that you see the real world as you ride, without video game features. In hundreds of rides, I’ve only repeated a few and that was just because I enjoyed them; I still have hundreds more saved to try. I also get great motivation from the challenges, races, and career ladder, and have made new riding friends through using it. Most fundamentally, it’s also made me a much stronger rider, despite many years of prior experience. I like it so much that I sometimes choose to ride indoors even on nice days, just because I enjoy the app so much. The AR version is still fairly new and is evolving; most notably they have now added ANT+ functionality, but I’ve always used it with Bluetooth and never had any issues. There’s still plenty of room for it to grow and improve, but if Rouvy stayed as it is I would still be using it years from now.

Developer Response ,

Hello, we appreciate your kind feedback and thank you for your suggestions. By the beginning of a new season they will be one ROUVY app and a lot of improvements. Stay safe, stay tuned and enjoy Rouvy :-)

App Privacy

The developer, VirtualTraining, 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
  • Contact Info
  • Diagnostics

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