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Bike Workshop  : Tire Pressure Calculator, Gear Ratio Calculator, and Speedometer

Bike workshop was meant for the professional use of your own bike

Bike workshop was meant for the professional use of your own bike

Bike Workshop : Tire Pressure Calculator, Gear Ratio Calculator, and Speedometer

by Filippo Lo Casto
Bike Workshop  : Tire Pressure Calculator, Gear Ratio Calculator, and Speedometer
Bike Workshop  : Tire Pressure Calculator, Gear Ratio Calculator, and Speedometer
Bike Workshop  : Tire Pressure Calculator, Gear Ratio Calculator, and Speedometer

What is it about?

Bike workshop was meant for the professional use of your own bike.

Bike Workshop  : Tire Pressure Calculator, Gear Ratio Calculator, and Speedometer

App Details

Version
6.3
Rating
NA
Size
3Mb
Genre
Sports Utilities
Last updated
June 6, 2016
Release date
September 2, 2013
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App Screenshots

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App Store Description

Bike workshop was meant for the professional use of your own bike.
At the moment, the app offers the following functions:
-Tires pressure calculation (mountain bike)
-Tires pressure calculation (road bike)
-Final speed calculation according to the mounted gears
-Onboard computer
-Conversion calculator

The app will give you the possibility to calculate the ideal tires pressure after inserting: pilot's weight, rim data, tire data and road conditions.
(Alla data inserted will be automatically saved so that they can be used again in the future)

Final speed calculation will be very useful in order to estimate which gears are the best to mount depending on the various type of usage of the bike.

If launched, the trip computer starts time calculation and shows these informations:
-Instant speed
-Maximum speed
-Medium speed
-Time passed
-Distance
-Altitude
-Latitude
-Longitude

Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.