Best Free Cycling Apps Every Cyclist Must Have

Many people consider cycling as a way to a healthy lifestyle. However, there are others who prefer running, swimming, gyming and so on. All these activities burn fats and make you fitter and measuring them can be a good idea. While many of you are shy and often get confused when it comes to buying new tech, there are a lot of cycling apps that have been designed to monitor your activities. These apps guarantee to measure your ride as well as provide you with additional information such as weather, first aid and more. Some even help you meet people with similar fitness interests in your localities and much more.

Below we have listed a few apps every cyclist must have and we would like you to contribute your own recommendations or comment on the ones we’ve already listed.

First aid:

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While you are out cycling, there are many dangers lurking around. A small mistake by you or others sharing the road can cause various kinds of injuries. In such times, having a first aid app can help you handle the situation much better. We suggest you try St. John Ambulance First Aid app that includes the latest first aid advice and protocols for dealing with emergency situations. It is simple to follow, with illustrated guides and voiced instructions. There are also many others first aid apps that work wonders. In case you have been using any of them, do comment below and let us know.

GPS cycling apps:

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Even if you have a Garmin or any other tech installed on your bike, a GPS cycling app can be very handy on your ride. It can keep a track of your ride stats such as speed, time, distance and more. We suggest you install Strava or Map My Ride that provides a wide array of features. The apps also let you share your route and workout with your friends and family on social media platforms.

Weather app:

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When it comes to cycling, the weather plays a big role in any cyclist’s life. A weather app will help you keep a check on the forecast before heading outdoors. It will also help you choose the right clothing and make your ride comfortable. So far, we have found the BBC Weather app is simple to use and relatively accurate. You can also opt for the AccuWeather Inc or Yahoo! Weather.

By installing the above apps, you will not only be smart while on the go but also be able to make the most for yourself and others around.

Editor: Nigel Buthello

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