Good app, doesn't allow trip info once stopped I like the app, it's straightforward; I'm optimistic that it the data generated will be used toward identifying used bike routes and improving them. I'd like to see how the data are analyzed: oftentimes a bike route for a commute is chosen because a better (more direct) route is unsafe due to traffic concerns, excessive traffic signals, or bad roads/hazards, and that won't be immediately apparent. The other issue is that, once the data have been uploaded, there's no way to see any stats besides total time and distance (and the map). So, once you've hit "finish", if you didn't catch the stats before then, you can't access them.
Using outside metro area Love the simplicity. Doesn't always work. Ride 1.5 miles one way daily, start app, watch the gps data points start and go...only to arrive and it say, no gps collected. Other days its brilliant. Same route, same pocket. :-)
Helpful When It Works I've been using this app for a month now and have lost quite a few trips. The app is supposed to collect data but how accurate is that data when the app reads "0.0 miles in 19 minutes" huh? This is a sample commute from work to home that was actually 4 miles. Fix this please!
Dem geniuses Who came up with this app...beers to them!
Yess!!!! Go ATL!
Wildly inaccurate Wildly inaccurate. Says my 7 mile commute is only 5.5
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