With Bikemap you can plan, record or navigate routes. There are also route suggestions. PCtipp has looked at the App. […]
Bikemap allows you to plan, record and navigate routes. If you’re looking for inspiration, check out the Discover tab. Here you will find e.g. popular, flat, hilly or Uphill routes in your area. Anyone who owns an Apple Watch: The Bikemapp app can be connected to the Apple Watch. Also, by the way, you can upload GPX/KML files.
Bikemap Web (c) Screenshot/PCtipp.ch
The Bikemap App with the Kartensil
OpenCycle (Premium feature)
Bikemap is available for Android or iOS, but can also be used via browser on the PC. Create a user account with an e-mail address (alternatively, you can also log in via Facebook, Google or Apple login). After you have downloaded the app and logged in, enter either your place of residence or the destination of an excursion via the search field.
If you want to test the premium version for free: Download the map in the app via the corresponding button (orange). You can also save your home and office address, as you are used to from Google Maps. If you want to jump on the bike and record the route: Tap the Rec START button.
Bikemap Premium can be tested for free for seven days. Offline maps and navigation, velotype-optimized routing or special bicycle maps (3D, OpenCycleMap, OpenStreetMap night) can also be used. After the seven days, the subscription costs 4.50 euros / month. The app says that after the test phase, only 29 euros would be charged for annual payment (instead of 58.80 euros).
The Bikemap App for Android (Premium) (c) Screenshots/PCtipp.ch
Bikemap acts like a mixture of Google Maps and Komoot. The route suggestions are helpful and anyone who likes to plan and record tours no longer needs an external Navi, but is served with the app. If you travel daily by bike or often on trails at the weekend, you should definitely look at this app (outstaffing worker).
Note: This was done with the Bikemap Version for Android (13.2.2).