About Ride with GPS
Video with the Founders
How do I get started right now?
You can search for a ride in your area on our route search page without logging in. If you want to draw a map, first create an account, then go to our route planner. To upload rides, analyze your data, and compete with others, just create an account and we'll introduce you to those features.
What differentiates Ride with GPS?
Ride with GPS is not a one-trick pony, or a general-purpose tool. We offer a complete software solution for cyclists. Here's how it works in 4 steps:
Use our GPS exports or custom PDF cue sheets to navigate along the way.
Upload your data, and dive in with our excellent graphing tools and detailed metrics. Drill down to make notes and see your laps and best efforts.
We'll show you how you stack up against riders in your area, and give you the tools to stage virtual races against anyone riding on the same roads as you. Join in on any of our regular site-wide competitions for free fun, motivation, and prizes.
Why should I trust you with my ride data?
We launched Ride with GPS in 2007, over 7 years ago! We have not taken any outside funding, and are proudly cash-flow positive. We are running a long-term, sustainable business, delivering value to many thousands of cyclists like yourself from all over the globe. Our job is to listen to our customers, and be smart enough to make great tools. As long as we keep doing that, we're not going anywhere.
Who's behind this site?
Ride with GPS was founded by two guys that love writing cool software and riding their bikes: Zack Ham and Cullen King. This is our full(+) time job, and we couldn't be more excited about how far we've come and what the future holds. We brought on Travis Caldwell in April 2012 to help us out with everything that does not involve writing software (which turns out to be quite a bit). He rides for the Sonic Boom Racing team based out of Boulder, CO.
Got a testimonial for me?
Sure, here's some feedback we remembered to ask permission to use:
Can I get some assets for use on my site/blog/article?
Sure! Here's our logo in a few forms. Click on one for a larger version. Contact us if you need a vector file.
Here is a list of outside resources we actively maintain: