Every dedicated cyclist wants to be more powerful. Using a customizable bike gears calculator app makes it easy. Customize the bike gears calculator app to match your bike specs. Bike gears calculator allows you to choose cadence, tire size, crank length and more and determine gear ratio, gain ratio, speed, pedal rotations and much more.
Bicycle Gears app helps you to determine whether you have the right bike but the wrong gears. This handy application gives cyclists facts on-the-spot to improve their overall experience.
Bicycle gear calculator app is comprehensive get answers right away and share them with other cyclists. Create tables and view essential information at a glance: gear inches, gain ratio, development, speed and more. Ease of use makes this app the ultimate way to find solutions. When you get answers, share them with fellow cyclists.
Choose time then let the Bike Gears app calculate the distance you will cover using a particular gear ratio and number of pedal rotations. Alternatively, you can also calculate time and distance based on the number of pedal rotations per a certain gear ratio. Plan your trips, know your gears and achieve your goals using this handy bicycle gear calculator app. You can even select the distance and the time and number of pedal rotations required. The application can help you to compare the gears and find the alternative gears. Bike gears app helps cyclists do it all.
Bicycle gear calculator app is an easy way to get the facts. Cycling is better when you know how and when to get in the right gear. Getting in the optimum gear on time will improve your performance. Take advantage of the incredible abilities of this innovative app to meet and exceed your cycling goals. Have a safe ride!
This software contains 3 formulas that are useful to cyclists.
1) Gear ratio calculator (in inches)
2) Spoke length calculator
3) Vertical dropout chain stay length calculator for bikes with vertical dropouts for those wishing to fit a single (usually fixed) gear.
The gear ratio calculator calculates gear ratios in inches. The wheel size is entered (in inches) and up to 1 to 3 chain rings can be entered and up to 1 to 10 sprockets. Selecting Calc on the menu will then display the ratios.
The spoke length Calculator calculates spoke lengths. First select if the hub is symmetrical (same both sides) or asymmetrical (different both sides. this means that either the flange diameter is different or the center to flange is different or both). Then enter the flange width and center to flange (for both sides if necessary), Rim Diameter and spoke hole diameter. select the number of spokes, the n select calc on the menu. a Table of all the permissible crosses will be displayed. There is a clear option on the menu too. The input region and the result table are scrollable.
The number of available crosses displayed is worked out by dividing the total number of spokes by 9. So a 32 spoke wheel should have a maximum cross of 3, 36 and 40 spoke wheels have a maximum cross of 4, and a 48 spoke wheel has a maximum cross of 5
Vertical dropout chain stay length calculator only deals with the theoretical side of matching a set of sprocket/chain ring combinations to specific length of chain stay.
In practice this is still very difficult to achieve. Firstly it is impossible to measure the chain stays accurately enough to guarantee a match.
Secondly the mathematics assumes that the sprockets and chain rings are perfectly round which unfortunately is frequently not the case, and that the chain has not stretched (1 Link is exactly 1 Inch long).
It will still involve a lot of experimentation to find a working sprocket and chain ring combination.
What this equation allows you to do is once you have found a working combination of any gear (It does not have to be the gear you require). You can then look up other gear ratios that will fit the chain stay length.
Unfortunately it does not guarantee that the gear you desire can be found.
The software enables the user to enter a range of:
1) Chain ring sizes
2) Sprocket sizes
3) Chain stay lengths
4) Desired gears ratios (in inches)
5) Half links
Half links can also be included into the calculations. These can be found for 1/8th chains although they are not commonly used. So by default this option is left unchecked.
If large ranges are entered (particularly chain stay lengths) then it could take a while (around 30 seconds in the worst cases) to calculate results. So I’d advise keeping the chain stay range down to less than half an inch which should be more than enough for the required purpose.
On the results page the following abbreviations are used:
C R - Chain Ring
Spr or Sprock – Sprocket.
The buttons at the bottom of the results page enable you to sort the data by Chain Ring, Sprocket, Gear or chain stay length.
The results screen also shows the number of links in the chain.
Combination of 22 types of chain wheel, 39 types of sprockets and 70 types of tires - Create a graph of the gear ratio and speed-cadence.
By switch ON/OFF the display of each inner / center / outer gear, you can simulate the optimal gear ratio.
This application helps you to choosing a satisfy replacement parts.
This application allow the simulation of the gear ratio in the four charts.
Create a praph, the speed (km/h, mph, m/s) values will be displayed on the vertical axis, and the cadence (rpm) values will be displayed on the horizontal axis.
This graph can be displayed the changes of the speed for each position of the gear in revolutions of the crank.
The gear ratio to match the speed range you want, while viewing a graph, you can simulate a combination of parts.
Calculates and displays the gear ratio from each position of the selected chain wheel and sprocket.
Increases the burden on the foot when shifting between long distance between points on the graph, the smaller it is close.
To caliculate and display the distance run by the crank comes full circle.
If you want to add the data of chain wheel, sprocket and tire, or you do not want to see advertising. The paid version is available.
The Rolloutcalc is the future of estimating your gear inch rollout. It takes the simple gear ratio formula one step further by giving you a more accurate number through utilizing the outer diameter ("O.D.”) of each specific tire brand. This is necessary because there is a standard deviation in outer diameters between tire manufacturers. For example, this means that for a 20”x1.75” tire, the rollout between a Tioga and Kenda will be different.
How it works: Select your cog, chainwheel, tire size and brand, then your rollout is calculated for you. Get the edge on your competition by knowing what they don’t!
Most popular tire brands are included:
And more to come!
Designed by riders for riders.
Your Bat Gear needs to be paired from within the Eklasse BLE Activity Tracker app.
Please see video on Youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i6EfiU-hn9o .
This will explain how to pair the device in the simplest manner and without any pin.
For any other queries/complaints please email email@example.com.
In the transmission of a motorcycle there are many variables that affect the final speed.
Some are easy: front sprocket, rear sprocket or rear wheel tire size (rim diameter, or height of the tire and tire size).
While the others have the characteristics of each model: the primary reduction ratio and the gears ratio.
With "Gear ratio bike calculator" you can instantly see the effect of each change on the final speed in any gear and rpm.
If you know what works for you or a friend with a given chainring size, and you are thinking of changing to a different chainring size, but preserving a similar gear ratio, then this is EXACTLY what you need.
Now includes chainring sizes from 34 to 54 inclusive. If you are interested in BMX sizes please check out the companion app at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.westcoastwebworks.bmxgearratiocalculator
Simple, elegant, efficient, and reliable; if an app could be a bicycle this one would be a fixie...