Easy and Convenient Route building for Cycling
Built optimised for mobile experience, Maplocs has been built by passionate cyclists themselves who wanted to solve the problem of exploring and finding mountain bike routes, road cycling routes and more on the go.
Maplocs is powered by OpenRouteService which provides highly optimised and accurate routes for mountain bikes, road bikes, regular bikes and even cars. Powered by data from Open Street Maps, Maplocs provides much accurate routes for mountain bikes and road bikes than Google Maps does.
Know exactly how much climb to expect
Maplocs shows elevation profile of the entire route in one very easy to access view. You can see total elevation gain and loss. Additionally on touch of the graph you can also see average gradient of each point on the route.
Powerful route building tools and options
Maplocs can has been built with focus only on easy route building and planning. We have paid enormous attention to making it the best cycling app for route building with features like undo, close route loop, show all points, change distance unit, accurate travel times, dragging, removing and adding points anywhere on the route and more.
Beautiful Cycling Maps
You can choose from a variety of Maps on Maplocs - Google Satellite, Hybrid or Terrain maps which also show live traffic. Also coming soon are OpenStreetMaps and cycling maps like Open Cycling Maps which is a map built for showing cycling tracks around the world.
Unlock the power of GPX
We have embraced the GPX standard to create and share tracks and routes. On Maplocs you can export your routes in GPX format to be used in Garmins, Wahoos or any other cycling comp which supported GPX. You can also share the GPX files directly to other apps from within the app. Also coming soon is viewing and importing GPX files which will enable you to plan and navigate routes received in GPX from your friends, Strava or other websites like Komoot, RideWithGPS or MapMyRide.
Send directly to Garmin and Wahoo
We love our Garmin Edge as much you do so we added the functionality to send your routes directly to the Garmin app from which you can sync to your Garmin device. We didn't leave out Wahoo either.
Your routes always with you
Doesn't matter if you're bike touring in Europe, crossing the Hardknott Pass in UK or cycling the great MTB Divide across USA, your routes will always be available to you in the app offline.
More Features Coming Soon
* Weather at Point
* Import GPX
* See elevation data for a region on the route
* Points of interest
* OpenStreetMap map tiles like OpenCycleMaps
* Follow me mode - Have the app follow your current GPS location so that you never go off track
* See climb categories - CAT 1 to 4 and HC climbs
* Import Strava routes
* Import RideWithGPS routes