FulGaz brings outdoor training indoors like no other app can. We've got everything from Olympics and Tour de France courses to fun little rides in places nobody's ever heard of except the locals. All in HD, filmed on bikes so it looks and feels like you're actually riding. We have rides suitable for all levels of riders from Olympians to people who haven't ridden in years.
FulGaz replicates real rides in a highly accurate way. It mimics the load spikes and micro rests you experience on real climbs so you're not just replicating the watts you'll need to climb better, you're replicating the torque too. In other words you can become strong and nimble, instead of a one speed plodder.
Incredible road feel for smart trainer owners via Bluetooth Smart. This includes, Wahoo, Tacx, Elite, CycleOps, Wattbike Atom and Kinetic.
Upload your rides to Strava including distance and elevation gain data
1080p HD videos
Advanced physics modelling
Stream or download videos
Strava segments in rides
Display cadence and heart rate
Reactive mode – Video changes with your speed
Steady mode – Video plays in real time
Challenge mode - Ride against a previous attempt of your own, or take on another rider head to head
Lap mode – Ride multiple laps
Compatible with iPhone, iPad, iPad Mini, iPod touch
Bug fix release
Lap mode now works properly again
Adding additional users now appears on all iPads
Trying to download a 4K video that does not exist will no longer make the app crash
Fixes an issue where some people would not get the correct duration free trial
Improvements to TV out screen for iOS 9 and 10 users.
Fix for new Kinetic inside sensor
Ratings and Reviews
Another app in the quiver for indoor riding
I used to use a Tacx Bushido trainer along with the supported videos. Then I used it with separate workout videos. This year I upgraded my trainer to a Cycleops Hammer. I joined Zwift. It’s nice but its zone based for the workouts and I decided to look around for another way to use the Hammer.
I did t see any review on this ap mention a trainer other than the bkool but I decided to try it anyhow.
This ap is compatible with the Cycleops Hammer trainer. It found it immediately and I have done some quick test rides and everything worked flawlessly between the ap and the Hammer.
Now I have another arrow in my quiver of training software. All I have to do now is find an ap that will allow me to manually control the resistance levels in grades for the Hammer and I will have my training desires all set up.
This ap is a definite plus to have.
My go to app for indoor training
I started back riding seriously 6 months ago. Armed with a new carbon bike and a tacx new smart trainer I set out to test every app I could find for use indoors. After trying over a dozen apps I find I consistently seem to log more time per ride on this than any other app. It just seems to keep me riding more than the others without getting bored. I also find the ride feels more realistic than some others as transitions from flat to a grade are gradual and smooth and effort is consistent with what I feel outside for similar effort and grade. I have also to give Mike props for his support. I have emailed him many times with questions and although he doesn’t know me from Adam, he always responded promptly and with courtesy. Overall a great app with a rapidly increasing library of rides. Will definitely be my go to this winter season.
Using to train for Triathlon
Really like this app. I use with a Wahoo Kickr Snap for my tri training now that the weather is getting rough in CT. The videos have really good quality and are a good mix of circuits, mountains and flat courses (mostly in Australia).
I really like that most videos are curated as I found the ones on Kinomap poor. Also i feel very good responsiveness when pushing hard on hills/sprints which for me is key for realism.
This is not a game like Zwift (where you ride with other users) or has a lot of structured workouts like Sufferfest (I also use both) but for me it definitely helps to “ride” a video as it helps killing time during long sessions. Sufferfest has videos but you just watch them while doing your structured workout.
As mentioned by other reviewer I hope that they keep adding high quality videos to the existing library.
- Bizar Mobile Pty Ltd
- 131.1 MB
- Health & Fitness
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Apple TV.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © Bizar Mobile Pty Ltd
- In-App Purchases
- 1 Month Subscription $10.99
- 3 Months Subscription $27.99
- 6 Months Subscription $54.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.