Turn your bike and home trainer into a powerful and fun fitness equipment. Just choose among the geolocated videos of Kinomap and train! Watch your icon moving on the map and on the elevation line : your goal is to follow the rhythm of the original video.
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Wahoo KICKR Power Trainer
The Wahoo Fitness KICKR is the first iPhone/iPad controlled home trainer. Using Bluetooth or ANT, Kinomap Trainer alters the resistance to make you feel ups and downs.
The Powerbeam from Cycleops is a state-of-the-art home trainer. Using ANT, with a Wahoo dongle, Kinomap Trainer alters the resistance to make you feel ups and downs.
The Elite wireless Real trainers (Real E-motion, RealAxiom, RealPower and RealTour) and the Digital (Qubo, Arion) are now fully compatible with Kinomap Trainer. Using the Wahoo Fitness ANT dongle, the app gets your instant speed and power and change the resistance to make you feel ups and downs.
The American pioneer of interactive home trainers joins the family of compatible devices.
Speed and cadence sensor
Use your regular home trainer along with an ANT+ or Bluetooth Speed/Cadence sensor. Works with many home trainer on the market.
Select your equipement
Kinomap Trainer works with fully interactive home trainers having either a power meter or embedded speed/cadence sensor. It also works with any trainer available on the market, by just adding an external speed sensor, as long as we have their power curves (evaluation wattage being produced for each level of resistance at different speed). Please select the one you have to learn more.
No clutter: launch the app, pick a video and start training. That's it.
Using Kinomap’s growing database and get access to dozens of HD wide-angle, GPS-located videos shared by the community of users.
Training is a game
Keep up with the pace of the videos and match yourself against other cyclists: stay motivated by following icons moving along the track.
The app works on all iOS devices: iPad, iPad Mini, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, last generation of iPod Touch.
Using Airplay on an Apple TV or an HMDI adapter, use your TV as an external display to get the most out of your iPhone or iPad.
Train on either a map, a satellite view or hybrid map. Discover points of interest along the route as you reach them.
All our routes have elevation data. From your power or calculated power, try to follow the pace of the original video: your speed is recalculated taking in to account the slope.
Up to 10 players can train on the same video. Invite your friends or join anyone doing a public race.
Upload your own GPS videos in public mode and train on them immediately, even without a subscription.
When using a cadence sensor on an exercise bike, or a speed sensor on a home trainer, the app estimates your actual power and calculates your speed according to formulas to transform cadence or speed to power and then back to speed with the elevation profile.
Use a power metre or attach a speed sensor to your bike and select a video from our growing list of home trainers using power curves.
Access your detailed training history: summary, records of your power, speed, heart rate.
Just pick a location and search for videos nearby.
Use ANT+ or Bluetooth Smart sensors to get your cadence, power, speed, distance, heart rate data.
The dashboard displays your speed, cadence, power, instant slope, total length reached and heart rate for both you and the person filming the original video.
Happy with your training? Share it by email, on Facebook, Strava, RunKeeper, Training Peaks & more (TCX file).
Test out the app for free on 5 demo videos. Subscribe in minutes with a simple account creation and in-app purchase or through our website.
All videos can be streamed directly from Kinomap. An internet connection is required to download the maps, coordinates, etc. however you can also download the videos to use later when in a low bandwidth environment.
New videos are uploaded everyday from the Kinomap community all around the world.
Start on Kinomap Trainer
Kinomap Trainer is free to download and try from the App Store. Then subscribe directly using the in-app purchases on your tablet or through the Kinomap Website.