Velocomp Announces New Ibike Coach Cycling Computers
To capture the modern adventure or just plain enjoyment, Velocomp, a sports technology company and creator of the iBike Dash CC Cycling Computer, has introduced iBike Coach, which transforms your iPhone (News - Alert) into an amazing bike computer. It can be purchased form Target and other major retailers. iBike Coach includes a water and shock resistant case that works with any iPhone and a universal mount that securely attaches the case to any bike. It is designed for beginner riders, enthusiasts, athletes and commuters. This product shows the company’s sport’s enthusiastic point of view.
According to a press release, iBike Coach includes the iBike Coach app, which tracks cycling speed, distance, time, and displays maps while you are riding. And after your ride, share your exploits with friends and other cyclists with a free, six-month premium subscription to Strava.com. iBike Coach was displayed, on October 19th, at Showstoppers NY.
iBike Coach System Features: iBike Case & Mount thith Works with iPhone 3G/3GS/4/4S, fully enclosed, water-resistant and weather-proof, total touch screen functionality, rugged construction for protection and stability, lightweight, and easy-to-install and remove.
iBike Coach App has a remarkable way to display cycling data. It is Downloadable from iTunes, its large, full-color touch display will enable you to enjoy your ride in new way. It shows speed, distance, time, calorie measurements and GPS maps. It has built-in calendar that maintains your fitness and cycling status.
This app is available in ten languages: English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, Japanese, Korean, Simplified and Traditional Chinese.
iBike Coach System is equipped with a “Strava: Online Social Fitness at Your Fingertips” feature that allows cyclists all over the world to log, share, compare and compete with each other’s personal fitness data. It enables you to track your rides and runs via your iPhone to analyze and quantify your performance.
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Edited by Rich Steeves