10 Best Cycling Apps 2021

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One of the most efficient and healthy ways of transportation is cycling. It’s environmentally friendly, a terrific form of exercise, and often quicker to get around on than taking public transportation. Cycling also got a tech boost in Apple’s iOS 14 thanks to built-in cycling directions in the Maps app.

But you don’t have to rely on iOS 14 to use your iPhone to become more efficient at cycling. There are hundreds of apps that are made for cyclists. Here are ten of the best iPhone apps for cycling in 2020.


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Track your fitness activity with Strava. Record your run, map a cycling route & analyse your training with all the stats – for free! Whether you’re training for a marathon or simply love taking your bike out for a ride, turn your smartphone or GPS watch into a sophisticated tracker with Strava. Join millions of athletes and active people and reach your fitness goals!

What it does: Strava is a great all-around app because not only does it track your ride, but it tracks any other number of your athletic activities. This means you can use one app to track all your exercises. That’s a big plus as you can see all your data in just one place.

Bicycle Ride Tracker: Bike Map

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Introducing you Bicycle Ride Tracker – most accurate, powerful and precise cycle computer available for your iPhone. Either you are cycling for pleasure or training as professional – Bicycle Ride Tracker is your irreplaceable assistant to healthier and longer live. Don’t even think of getting one of that slick and expensive standalone GPS devices, just try Bicycle Ride Tracker instead. With Bicycle Ride Tracker you can easily track how much you ride, how long it was, how many calories were burned, what was the speed or elevation and finally, see that all on a map.

What it does: This is one of the few bicycling apps dedicated solely to bicycling. It’s got all the tracking features you’d expect in a very easy to read UI, with big fonts and button that make it easy to navigate with one hand on the handlebars.

BikeBoard: Bike/GPS Computer

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No unnecessary buttons and features, yet it does have the stuff that we feel is important. Clever choices have been made ‘under the hood’. If it ever happens that your battery is depleted or any crash occurs, your ride will always be saved till the last located position. Choices in data registration and filtering have been adjusted to come up with the most exact representation of your ride, including that one break where you schooled all your riding buddies.

What it does: One of the great things about BikeBoard is its ability to customize the app’s layout. This means it’s one of the most custom biking app experiences out there.


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Micycle is a simple, yet very effective cycling route tracking application (outside or on trainer). It is SIMPLE and JUST WORKS. No funny and complex interfaces, pages, controls, overloaded screens… Just essentials…

What it does: MiCycle is a great over-all cycling app. But one of the reasons we most love it is because it includes an Apple Watch app that puts the controls on your wrist as well as shows your distance, time, speed, heart rate, and grade at a glance.

Fitmeter Bike Basic

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Fitmeter Bike turns your iPhone/iPad into a bicycle computer with incredible functionality. Try it once and it’ll remain the only biking app on your iPhone for years to come! Whether you are an amateur that is just starting, or a pro preparing for a competition, Fitmeter Bike is the advanced tracker you need to track and upgrade your cycling.

What it does: Fitmeter is another great all-around cycling app. What’s really cool about it, though, is its a universal app, which means it also support the iPad. While you won’t have your iPad with you on rides, it’s cool you can open up the app on the iPad when you get home and leisurely browse all your cycling data on the big screen.


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The app’s official description: CycleComputer is an iPhone app designed to track speed, distance and route in real time when cycling. It has three unique ride information displays, supports the Wahoo BTLE SC sensor and can manage rides history.

What it does: CycleComputer gets an A++ for design and user interface. The app shows you your most important metrics in big bold fonts and a logical layout that makes glancing at it while riding a breeze.


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Cyclemeter is the most advanced application for cyclists ever designed for a mobile device. Built from the ground up for iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and iCloud, it makes your iPhone a powerful fitness computer — with maps, graphs, splits, intervals, laps, announcements, zones, training plans and more.

Cyclemeter is one of the best apps out there for cyclists. It’s almost obsessive in its offers, some of the best of which are automatic stop detection, over a hundred configurable audio announcements, and of course a wealth of data about each and every ride you take.

Map My Ride

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Track and map every ride with MapMyRide. For every mile you go, you’ll get feedback and stats to help you improve your performance. Discover new workout routes and save or share your favorites, and get inspired to reach new cycling goals with a 40 million member strong community of athletes. Whether you’re a beginner on your first climb or a cycling pro, you’ll find the features and tools you need to stay on track and motivated along the way.

What it does: Map My Ride is another app burning with cycling features. However, it also lets you keep track of personal health metrics in the app, like your weight, nutrition, and more. This makes Map My Ride one of the most full-featured cycling apps out there.


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Komoot is the key to the outdoors. Just plan your hiking, road cycling or MTB adventures in the planner, and be guided along every trail, track, road or path—even when you’re offline. Get your first region for free and say hello to your next adventure!

What it does: If you want the best navigation and route planning app for your rides, there’s no better than Komoot. It has a wealth a mapping and route data that also takes in your personal level of endurance into account when suggesting routes.

Ride with GPS

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The world’s best bike route planner, turn by turn navigator, and ride tracker. Plan your route and ride with confidence, knowing you won’t get lost. Use live logging to keep family and friends updated on where you are and when you’ll be home.

What it does: Ride with GPS is a terrific cycling app. However, one of its best features is its ability to share your real-time location with friends and family. The friendly user interface is also a major plus.

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