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PortlandBike

**The most complete app for Portland cyclists and bike commuters**

**The most complete app for Portland cyclists and bike commuters**

PortlandBike

by MIntzer
PortlandBike
PortlandBike
PortlandBike

What is it about?

**The most complete app for Portland cyclists and bike commuters**

PortlandBike

App Details

Version
6.03
Rating
(27)
Size
20Mb
Genre
Navigation Health & Fitness
Last updated
November 12, 2014
Release date
February 11, 2011
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App Screenshots

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App Store Description

**The most complete app for Portland cyclists and bike commuters**

-Interactive map featuring Portland area bike lanes, boulevards and off-street trails.

-Obtain bike friendly directions taking into account traffic, hills and off-street bike paths. Choose from Google "Bike There" directions or OpenStreetMap bike routes provided by Mapquest.

-Reroute bike directions by dragging across map.

-Create and share biking tours to your favorite bars, restaurants, parks and sightseeing destinations.

-Mark dangerous intersections, bike thefts, secure bike parking and bike friendly businesses and publish them to the shared map.

-Preview road conditions with Google street view.

-Twitter integration: Follow local tweets relating to cycling and bike commuting in Denver.

-Facebook integration: Post bike routes and tours to your wall.

-Full resolution bike maps on the iPhone and iPad.

Feedback appreciated!

***disclaimer***
Bike map markings are obtained from GIS data provided by Oregon Metro- http://www.oregonmetro.gov/rlis. If errors are found in the map, please email [email protected] with detailed information and this will be corrected as soon as possible.

Bike directions are provided by Google maps "Bike There" service. These suggested routes should not replace personal knowledge of local road conditions. Please use maps.google.com to report errors or suggest route improvements.

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