Training apps for cycling fall into two categories. Training apps like Zwift and TrainerRoad provide a virtual environment for you to ride, train and even race on your smart trainer, while apps like TrainingPeaks give you tools to log and monitor your training, measure your progress and even help create training schedules. Let’s take a look at your options in the best training apps for both types.
Training apps for your phone, tablet or desktop computer provide a vast range of ride-logging and training assistance features from virtual bunch rides to simple records of your riding
Indoor training apps that work with smart trainers have never been more popular, but the outside world is still there and training apps that provide coaching programs and ride logging can help you get fit out there as well
The big players work with just about any platform you care to name, but smaller operators tend to specialise in just, say, Windows or iOS or Android
Most apps that you pay for by subscription offer a free trial so you can try before you buy; we recommend trialling as many as possible
Want more indoor training options? Check out our guide to the best indoor cycling apps
13 of the best training apps for 2020
- The best training apps for virtual riding with smart trainers
- The best training apps for planning your sessions and logging your progress
- TrainingPeaks Premium — from ~£95/year to ~£16/month
- Strava Training — from £2.49/month or £18.99/year (with Summit account)
- Cyclemeter — in-app purchases
- The Athlete’s Diary — ~£16
- SportsTrackLive — £4.79
- BodBot — Free
- Endomondo — free or £4.49/month
- Kinetic GPS —£3.05
- Skimble Workout Trainer — Free / $6.99/month
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