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iBike

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iBike helps iPad, iPhone Touch users get in better shape (CES podcast)

Velcomp was at CES with a device and app that turns an iPhone or iPad Touch into a bicycling computer and exercise monitor

By January 15, 2012

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iBike fitness tool puts trainer on your handlebars

For $269, the handlebar-mounted iBike Powerhouse for iPhone and iPod Touch won't let you slack off.

By January 13, 2012

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Turn your iPhone into a butt-mounted bike light

Magically transform your iPhone into a rear bike light and flash traffic in the dark with the Monocle holder and app.

By September 5, 2012

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iGrip: Slap that phone on your bike handle and e-mail on the go

A German gadget maker is at CES 2013, aiming to land U.S. retail partners to sell holders for phones and tablets. It showed its products at CES Unveiled.

By January 6, 2013

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Use your iPhone to find or track bike routes

Map your rides with iMapMyRide, a free GPS app for the iPhone.

By July 21, 2011

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Horn Bike goes old-school on your iPhone sound

A bicycle mount brings your iPhone into the gramophone age to passively boosts your two-wheel listening experience.

By October 5, 2011

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Best iPhone bicycle mounts: Bracket and bike it

We took three of the top bicycle iPhone holders for a test pedal to see which one kept our little touch-screen buddy safe and sound.

By October 12, 2009

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Best iPhone bicycle mounts: Bracket and bike it

Would you trust your iPhone baby to a flimsy piece of plastic and hit the mean streets? We did, and now we can tell you the best bracket for getting your phone on the road

By October 12, 2009

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iPhone sat-nav apps tested: On your bike

iPhone sat-navs are burning up iTunes, but how do they stack up to testing? We mounted our bicycles and hit the open road to pit them against each other and the free alternative, Google Maps

By October 9, 2009

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iBikeConsole: Get a grip on your tunes

Wireless device lets bikers change iPod Nano selections and adjust volume without removing their hands from the handlebars.

By September 8, 2008