The 100 Greatest Cycling Climbs App is the ultimate tool to help you track down Britain’s fantastic hills in your quest to ‘Ride them all’. Complete with all the content from the best selling book and utilizing your phone’s GPS you will now be better equipped than ever to locate killer hills from the Scottish Highlands all the way down to Cornwall. Plus, when synced with Strava it really comes alive. Once your ride history has been processed your home screen will proudly display your ‘100 Climbs score’, and the bigger the number, the bigger your bragging rights! You can quickly and simply check your efforts on each climb, compare times over the years and watch your total build as you keep ticking them off.
Exploring further you will see that via the interactive map you can locate and be instantly directed to the base of each climb and be taken to it’s factfile. In the factfile you will see the climb’s vital statistics together with comprehensive directions, a profile, a link to your previous efforts and the ability to view it on Strava. Alternatively you can scroll the list which can be sorted by difficulty, geographically, by ridden, or best of all, by which is nearest to your current location. So no matter were you find yourself, if you have your bike and you can spare the time you can head straight to the nearest climb on the list and bag it.
Users of the 100 Greatest Cycling Climbs App can also add the next 100 climbs from Simon Warren’s second book ‘Another 100 Greatest Cycling Climbs’ to their phones or tablets. For the price of JUST £2.99 you are able to digitally track your progress as you aim to ride all the second 100 climbs together with the original 100.
Once purchased and loaded your home screen will display the twin pie charts to show your journey through both books. The next 100 climbs are of course also added to the lists and the map where they can
be sorted in the familiar ways, by region, ridden, difficulty and of course, nearest.
Also, and for no extra cost the App now comes with added VeloViewer. On each fact file page there’s a link directly to the VeloViewer website where you can see the glorious colour coded 3D profiles of the climbs and the myriad of other features the service provides.