This is an application for designing a fixed gear, you can try to setup some parts and match the colors onto the Fixie simulation. You can save your fixed gear designs and share them with your friends on Facebook. Check it out HERE.
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The Hipster City Cycle App is soon to be available on Apple’s AppStore. Alex, the Marketing Guy, sent me this preview video showing a very interesting interface where you can customize your bike, as well as a somehow retro designed horizontal 2-D Mario Brothers-like game stage.
I’ll be looking out when this App is available in about a week’s time.
The Love Your Work app features figureheads of street fashion, photography, music and sport as well as showcasing Dickies’ 2010 Autumn/Winter collection.
Preview your bike design dreams in this interactive builder. Change colours and parts to see what your next fixed gear or single speed bike might end up looking. The app also lets you calculate gear inches and skidpatches from adjusting the cog and chainring sizes.
Check it out HERE.
A free and fun little App – iKeirin.
We all know the problem. Organising a ride with friends. Or maybe not friends, more likely adversarial training partners, or perhaps someone you have never ridden with before. Arranging meeting for a ride can be a thankless task spread over a multitude of devices and communication methods.
And then, further to this complication of arrangement is the uncertainty involved in the act of meeting. An unforeseen puncture, a headwind from hell, getting lost, another unforeseen puncture (after two they become foreseen) – the epic could begin before the planned epic (or perhaps just a light training spin) has even begun. “Where the hell is Fausto?”
Developed for road cyclists, Rapha Rendezvous has been designed to make meeting up for group rides easier.