Wired Magazine’s Gadget Lab has a list of 5 iPhone apps that replace conventional bike accessories such as cyclometers. The apps are a bit silly, but if you’re an iPhone user, they look like fun.
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Posted 7.20.09 in Fun & Games | Bookmark or Share
If Apple ever comes out with a ruggedized waterproof iPhone (and someone creates a bicycle mount to hold it on the stem or handlebars, which may have already happened), these apps could prove pretty useful. For now, though, it makes sense mainly in areas where you’re never going to be riding in the rain!
[…] Alan placed an observative post today on EcoVelo Â» Blog Archive Â» iPhone Bike AppsHere’s a quick excerptWired Magazine’s Gadget Lab has a list of 5 iPhone apps that replace conventional bike accessories such as cyclometers. The apps are a bit silly, but if you’re an iPhone user, they look like fun. … […]
Oh, great, a skid patch calculator for my fixie. That will go well with my iSnort cocaine simulator: http://www.theisnort.com/isnort.html
There’s a few people out there working on it, but no one has productized it, but I’m looking for a harness to add a USB socket to my dynohub. Then I can charge my iPhone while running a GPS-based cyclometer with maps on my bike.
BTW, I’ve considered buying this one: http://www.b-icycle.com/
I have a larger list of these over on London Cyclist that may be of good use: http://www.londoncyclist.co.uk/cycling-accessories/bike-apps-for-the-iphone/
Waterproof case – http://www.otterbox.com/armor-series-cases
Bike Mount Holder – http://macenstein.com/default/archives/1673