|The London Bike Rides app was discontinued on 17th of October 2017. With the introduction of iOS 11 Apple started to phase out older 32 bit apps. As the app was not getting enough sales to justify spending the money to upgrade it, I decided to remove it from sale. The routes inside the app are available inside the 35 London Cycle Routes eBook.
Sip tea in a cafe along a peaceful canal route, pedal hard up challenging hills and leave the heavy London traffic behind as you discover another side to London.
Let the London Bike Rides iPhone app be your personal tour guide to great cycling in London!
The app is perfect for those just embarking on their first cycling adventures to bike commuters and road cyclists.
Pick the perfect ride for you, either by starting off in the nearest route to you or by filtering the rides down to your preferences. Whether that be for off road routes or long road rides.
Once you’ve picked a ride, you can read about the attractions along the way to visit. Sights such as Hampton Court Palace and King Henry’s mound in Richmond Park are included. There are also over 100 pictures and videos that give you an excellent overview of the ride before you set off.
Of course all the cycling is likely to lead to a big appetite. Cafe’s and pubs are listed as well as nearby bike shops.
There’s also an information section with tips such as what to bring with you to the rides and where to hire a bike from.
In the run up to the launch I gave out a few preview copies of the app. Here is one of the initial reviews:
Download London Bike Rides app now
The app can be downloaded from the link below for
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Not on the iPhone? There is also the London Cycle Routes eBook.
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