Track your miles, map your routes, and earn ride streaks for your daily errands and commutes. The best part? You don't have to do a thing. Just hop on your bike and Ride will automatically log your ride and take care of the rest.
HOW IT WORKS
1. Install the app
You’ll be up and running in less than a minute.
2. Ride your bike
The Ride app intelligently detects that you're biking and starts logging for you.
3. Track your stats
Get rewarded for multi-day ride streaks, riding in the rain, and more.
LET'S MAKE BIKING BETTER
Riders from Turin to Portland are using Ride to help make biking better. Every trip you take contributes to your city's Bike Stress Map, which helps other riders discover the best routes – and helps cities fix the worst ones.
Want to sync your rides to Health Kit and your Apple Watch? The Ride app can do that for you. To get started, tap the Gear Icon, then tap 'Connected Apps'. Once you connect the Health App or your Apple Watch, your rides will automatically sync to Health Kit!
You can use Ride completely anonymously without providing any personal information. Your ride logs are stored securely and are never shared with third parties unless you explicitly share them. Cities and other organizations work with Ride Report to use anonymous, aggregate information to help improve bike routes and encourage more people to bike. You can learn more on our support website, http://help.ride.report.
The Ride app requires iOS 9 or later. Ride runs best using an iPhone 5 or newer.
Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life. The Ride app is built to minimize battery drain by using GPS only while you are taking a trip. For most users, you can leave Ride running all the time and you won't even notice the impact on your battery. You can also temporarily pause Ride from within the app.
Fixed a crash that could occur when redeeming a reward.
Ratings and Reviews
Highly necessary app, but why obscure name change?
This app may not track every route perfectly, but it is constantly improving and providing a more accurate picture of routes and safety ratings. This is beyond helpful as a tech-forward way to give data to cities for safety improvements.
My only gripe recently is that Ride Report changed its name to Ride!, which is impossible to find in the app store unless you type the full name: “Ride! Automatic Bike Tracking.” This is way too long and clunky for people to remember and find. Ride Report was such an easier search term. I told a friend to get this app, and they couldn’t find it. I had to share the app directly with them. Are we trying to keep the app obscure and unsearchable?
Application won’t install
The install screen is the software doesn’t size appropriately so I can get past the pretend iPhone
Has serious problems
If you are a serious record keeper, this app is not for you. It doesn’t record the route accurately at the beginning of a ride and just draws a diagonal line, underestimating the distance. Sometimes it starts late, so the starting point is not even right. For a long ride this is not a problem, but the app is more geared toward a frequent rider who does not want to be bothered by turning it off and on between errands. It records all trips, so if you leave your house on a given day, no matter whether you ride or not, it counts that as part of a “streak.” I currently have an 11 day streak, and I only rode my bike 6 of those days. Assigning modes of transportation seems to be random. Car, bus, train, bike, whatever. It records car trips as train trips when there are no railroad tracks anywhere nearby, or bus when it is not on a bus route. It complimented me by thinking I could bicycle at a steady 35 mph (the speed limit) and called a car trip a bike trip, when all my other bike trips were average 10 mph or less. It definitely needs some work. I would prefer it not record all my non-bicycle trips. I’m not interested in keeping track of my car trips. It is called Ride Report.
- Knock Software, Inc
- 79.8 MB
- Health & Fitness
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
- © 2018 Ride Report
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.