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RGT is a free virtual cycling app and free indoor training app.
Access is free because we believe in cycling and it’s power to change the world. We want everyone to experience this freedom and participate in virtual cycling.
We want to change the world.
We’re cyclists and gamers. We’re driven by a passion for sport, technology, and innovation to make indoor cycling better.
We’re an alternative movement built on new power structures and community, our primary objective is not a high valuation, IPO, the next round of investment or our CEO’s desire to own a Yacht and a house on every continent.
We want to build a sustainable indoor cycling app that rewards our investors: You, the cycling community.
What is free in RGT Cycling?
– Real Roads
– Community workouts
– Community events
– Real Physics
RGT Cycling is free. Community members choose to subscribe to support the platform to access some additional features.
The price you pay to support the platform is currency dependant:
Premium allows you to access the full spectrum of features we offer, such as:
- access to all real roads
- riding magic roads as a solo rider
- access to all available workouts
- create group rides
- create races
- create looped magic roads
For a more detailed list of features, visit our pricing page.find out more
Sometimes you can just grab a gpx, send it in and ride it… and that can work… but to make them work better or for more serious events you may need to do a little bit of work to remove gpx issues, these range from sharp corners overlapping themselves, removing doubled up gpx points which can create the odd zig zag movement, sharp gradient changes both up and down roads and corners that are just not smooth enough.
All these issues are due to the quality of the GPX you send in, and there is a big difference in the quality of the source material of gpx’s.
The courses that are the most problematic are ones in heavily urban areas, these can have lots of sharp turns and roundabouts, in most cases i almost completely remove smaller roundabouts and almost straight line them with a small kink just as a reminder it was there, also high mountain climbs which usually have a lot of tight hairpins.
So here is a basic breakdown of what can be done to make them better:
Or follow the video below.