Cycle Trainer was developed to assist pro and amateur coaches/cyclists with their training requirements and was developed especially for competitive and Olympic level training:
Start commissaires start your races with Cycle Trainer. Athletes and coaches train for race starts with Cycle Trainer. Choose from a selection of starts.
• Interval Start - Repeating interval start with presets for 30 seconds, 45 seconds, 60 seconds or select an interval from 6 to 60 seconds. Tones are heard at 30 seconds, 15 seconds, the last 5 seconds and 0. Suitable for Mountain Bike (MTB) and Downhill events.
• Track Start - Counts down the last 50 seconds before the start or select an interval from 6 to 60 seconds. Tones are heard at 30 seconds, 10 seconds, the last 5 seconds and 0. Suitable for international level track events.
• MTB Start - Starting at an interval from 6 to 60 seconds, the MTB start counts down the last 5 seconds with tones and an airhorn blast at 0.
• BMX Start - Plays the random gate start cadence used in international BMX events ( “OK RIDERS RANDOM START”, “RIDERS READY – WATCH THE GATE”, random delay, tones). A new random delay is used for every start. Riders can practice on their own by setting the timer for delayed starts.
• Selectable time interval between starts
• Timer counts down from the time interval set
• Option to set timer to repeat when time interval completes
• Total elapsed start count and time is displayed
• Select Start type
• Adjust the interval between starts if required
• Tap "Start" button to start the timer
• Tap the i button to change the Interval Timer Repeat and Start Timer Repeat settings
• Tap the "Reset" button to reset the elapsed start count and time display to zero
Cycle Trainer runs in the foreground. The Auto-Lock setting is ignored preventing your device from going to sleep. Return to the the Home screen when done using Cycle Trainer to preserve battery life.
vida creativa would like to thank Steve Sleep, Video Analyst, Canadian Cycling Association, for his technical assistance.
Based on Rerun, an original idea by Richard Paulin.