Bikemap - Cycling Map & GPS

Bikemap - Cycling Map & GPS

By Bikemap GmbH

  • Category: Navigation
  • Release Date: 2013-04-16
  • Current Version: 28.2.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 113.85 MB
  • Developer: Bikemap GmbH
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 14.0 or later.
Score: 4.6
From 7,543 Ratings


Do you love to discover, navigate, and track new cycling routes? Then you'll love Bikemap. It doesn't matter if bicycling for you means a leisurely ride with your city bike or e-bike, climbing MTB trails with your mountain bike, or preparing for your next cycling marathon. With more than 11 million bicycle routes and trails worldwide, Bikemap has something for every cyclist. Turn your phone into a bike computer, cycle route planner, and bicycle ride tracker! YOUR RIDE TRACKER & BIKE COMPUTER • The ultimate activity tracker for cyclists. Use as a bicycle speedometer and odometer. • Turn your iPhone, iPad, or Apple Watch into a bike computer, GPS tracker, and cycling distance tracker. • Get real-time biking stats alongside your navigation—current speed, biking distance, duration, elevation, and the ETA. • Track your bicycling activity and progress over time. • Bikemap supports HealthKit. YOUR CYCLE ROUTE PLANNER • Plan the perfect route for you and your bicycle of choice, no matter if you ride an e-bike, mountain bike, road bike, or city bike. • Search for your destination and filter by route length, ascent, bicycle type, and surface. • You can also use the website cycle route planner, effortlessly sync with the app, and then use your phone for tracking and navigation. YOUR CYCLE ROUTE COLLECTION • Browse through millions of cycle paths and mountain biking trails worldwide. • Discover routes and trails in countries like the US, Canada, the UK, Australia, Singapore, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Spain, Italy, France, and many more. • Access official routes and trails like the Pacific Coast Route, TransAmerica Trail, Mississippi River Trail, and many more. • Share your favorite routes and trails with our community of cyclists and mountain bikers to make our route library even greater. YOUR CYCLING MAP • Find essential points of interest (POIs) on your ride, including restrooms, restaurants, supermarkets, bicycle parking, water stops, repair shops, bicycle rentals, and e-bike charging stations. • Avoid unpleasant surprises like construction, potholes, and slippery roads by checking out our community reports. • Help out fellow cyclists by reporting obstacles, hazards, and amenities on your route. LEVEL UP • Collect points by planning, tracking and navigating routes with Bikemap. • Cycle more to level up and keep your ride streak going. Challenge yourself to ride daily. GET MORE WITH BIKEMAP PREMIUM • Turn-by-turn Navigation: Get turn-by-turn navigation instructions, including voice navigation. • Offline Maps & Routes: Download maps and routes and ride offline worldwide. • Bike-Type Optimized Routing: Optimize the route for your bike type and cycling style. Give priority to cycle lanes and bike trails. • Custom Bike Computer: Choose from a range of stats for a personalized overview of your cycling data. • Advanced Cycling Maps: Access additional map layers developed for cyclists (3D, Night, OpenCycleMap, OpenStreetMap, Satellite, Atlas, Outdoors, Landscape). • Detailed Route Previews: Preview your route with colored elevation gradients or in 3D mode. • Fall Detection: Stay safe with automatic fall detection. • Premium Support. The payment will be charged through your iTunes account. Your free trial will be automatically renewed to a paid subscription if you don't cancel it at least 24 hours before the end of the current period (the same is valid for an ongoing subscription). Any unused free trial time will be forfeited when purchasing Premium. You can cancel your Bikemap Premium subscription anytime during the current subscription period by turning off auto-renewal in your iTunes account settings. Terms of Service: Got any questions? Let us know via anytime and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.



  • Lousy timing

    By musicbyjim
    I pass the street then it tells me to turn onto it.
  • Best BikeNav I’ve seen, but no family sharing

    By 12343454356
    This app has the best and easiest bike navigating I’ve seen so far in like 6 different apps. However, I abhor monthly fees for simple apps. And if I’m forced to pay monthly, I at least want to be able to share access with my iCloud family, so my wife and I can both have navigation on our phones so it doesn’t matter who takes the lead.
  • Great App for bike distance

    By Serious Cruise
    I am beach cruiser rider. I wanted an App that was free and just gave basic info like distance and time. This fits it 100% and very easy to use
  • Saved Me from Highway

    By lexxyy2u
    I love this app
  • Excessive marketing

    By Sean826
    I don’t need to be asked every single time if I want to upgrade. Sometimes this makes my ride unsafe as I’m already on the move and have to cancel out. Once is enough!
  • Pretty good app with some (minor) flaws

    By Juno-Anna
    Switched to this after the previous app I was using kept glitching out and crashing out of nowhere. So far I like it better and would recommend it. There are some minor things that kind of also really annoy me though: 1. After reaching one’s destination you have to confirm that you want to upload the track and go to some (imho) unnecessary prompts. Like why can’t this be done automatically or have a setting for that to optionally happen without confirmation? Last thing I want when I’m tired after a long cycling session is to click through some stuff every. single. time. (and I do want for the tracks to count). 2. App is pretty much useless unless you buy a subscription, there is no way around that. I can understand that app development isn’t cheap and that they’d require premium for more niche features like offline maps etc., but when you’re the most popular bike navigation app in the App Store and not even the most basic navigation works without buying a subscription, I do have to feel like it’s a bit of an unnecessary cash grab. 3. I can’t tell whether it’s just my device, but I often get the voice navigation prompts quite a bit before I’m supposed to make a turn. If you’re riding around densely populated urban areas and are navigating “blindly” (i.e. with your phone in your pocket/bag), that can veeery easily lead you the wrong way, which you don’t know till it’s too late. So a handlebar mount is ABSOLUTELY essential for visual validation of your route. Other than these things (which admittedly are subjective to my use case and device), it’s an excellent app choice and I do like the vastness of features.
  • Works if you have wings

    By DSooley
    The routes go from ridiculous to ridiculousor. Many of them show straight lines across zero roads or Spirograph scribbles that aren’t even close to actual pavement. WTAF
  • Useless

    By ChrisW12345
    Under "Popular Rides" it shows me people's commute to work. It doesn't show rides I know of which are much better. Wth. This app has no useful information at all.
  • Free version is useless

    By Rih
    Can’t do anything on this app without paying - beyond saving routes. You can’t even use it to navigate. May as well use google maps for free.
  • Nope

    By Trip.9s.
    After a couple of decades+ of paying for alpha to beta work-in-progress software, I’m done seeding capital into a dead end with no return. Sorry, but It’s just a waste of time & money.



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