CycleAtlas is a free, open-source software for managing track rides, mainly intented for cycling and other open air sports.

Tracks can be built using a custom road map, or imported from GPS data.<br/> GPX and TCX (Garmin Edge) format supported

Tracks can be exported as courses, in order to be imported into httpGarmin Edges devices.

You need to build your own custom road map, by trace out raster images.
GPS data can also be used; you can transform part of a gps track in a map road.

Elevation data are used in order to obtain road and tracks profiles.

CycleAtlas can manage raster images, images from WMS servers, elevation data and shapefiles.

A simple 3D map viewer is also included (integration with Google Earth coming soon)

You can compare your performances in a climb, downhill or custom tract; the software will display the time spent in that interval in each ride, with also details every 100 meters runs (partial distance, partial time, time difference, heart rate), in order to analyze your progress.

Some httpflash tutorials are available.

CycleAtlas is a multiplatform, java application (works in Linux, Win and Mac OS)
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The lastest available version of CycleAtlas is httpCycleAtlas 2.0pre3

For a complete list of all version releases, go to the httpdownload pagepage at SourceForge

For support, use the httpforums

You can also contact me directly:

httpProject HomePage at httpSourceForge

Home page in italiano

My other related software is a site that helps you creating and sharing GPS tracks, primarily designed for bikers and outdoor activities

Just created for all people interested in quickly creating a track and view its profile, without spending time in install the software, download and configure GIS data and then build a decent custom road map Logo  Support This Project Emergency