Turn every ride into a vote for better bicycle facilities.
ABOUT RIDER LOG
Developed in conjunction with Bicycle Network, the RiderLog is a free app that records the basic details of your trips and anonymously uploads them to a central database. All the travel logs are then aggregated to show when, where and why people are riding.
This information is used to improve the planning of bike infrastructure and encourage authorities to invest more in the locations where people ride.
WHAT IT CAN DO FOR YOU
The app records your ride onto your iPhone. It includes distance travelled, elapsed time and average speed. Detailed maps of your ruote are also available. You can also track your cumulative distance travelled and time elapsed over the week and month, providing you choose to record your activity.
You decide how much information about you and your riding gets uploaded. The collected data is anonymous so unless you change the settings no personal details are provided. If you are a member or friend of Bicycling Western Australia, you can choose to enter your Rider number. If you would like to get to know us, you also can choose to tag your data with your email address.
You can download the free RiderLog app from the iTunes store HERE.
RiderLog maps the data visually on the RiderLog website onto a Google Map.
The sample flow map, left, shows where riders are going and makes it is easy to distinguish between regular and less frequently used bike routes.