Not just an upgrade, the award-winning CYCLEPEDIA just got bigger, better and much more fun. Previously App of the Week and New and Noteworthy it now has more bikes, more movies and is packed with much more information. This new CYCLEPEDIA offers an expanded tour round many more of Michael Embacher’s unique personal collection of two-wheeled rarities. As before every bicycle is beautifully displayed via the app’s 360º spins, but now the zoom magnifications are in even higher resolution allowing you to compare and appreciate each machine’s fine detail, innovation and design more closely than ever. The new CYCLEPEDIA also brings you Sir Paul Smith’s personal collection of rare cycling Jerseys, plus unique movie clips in which Sir Paul entertainingly explains his lifelong passion for bicycles. And if you ever wondered how a derailleur worked, look no further. A swipe of the finger reveals all. So whether you are a Lycra-clad fanatic or just interested in the evolution of cycling and bicycle design this is an app to treasure even more than the celebrated original. Sit back, enjoy, and let your fingers do the pedaling.
AS FEATURED ON APPLE'S NEW AND NOTEWORTHY FOR CHRISTMAS.
IPAD APP OF THE WEEK IN THE UK ITUNES STORE.
"If you call yourself a cyclist and own an iPad, do yourself a favor and download Cyclepedia. Oh, and don’t worry, you can thank me later."- Pavedmag
“Cyclepedia makes the transition from the printed page to iPad app - and it's stunning. … For iPad owners who love bikes, it could well be the best £6.99 you’ve ever spent on an app.” - road.cc
"As mesmerisingly beautiful an iPad app as you could ever hope to see” - Stephen Fry
“Could Cyclepedia be the most beautiful bicycle app for the iPad ever? Could be.” - 16inchesWestofpeoria
“If you’re passionate about bicycles, you’re going to love Cyclepedia.” - OneDayOneApp
“Just in time for Christmas” - The Guardian
This is why you bought (or will buy) an iPad. - Bikerumor
“the slick new Cyclepedia app sports an elegant iPad UI” - protein
"I know there are people out there who are just as into bicycles as they were into cars. And Cyclepedia is just the app for them." - 148 Apps
“like strolling through a bicycle museum from the comfort of your own Barcalounger.” - Bicycling.com
"Wow, this iPad app all about bike design is beautiful. Get Cyclepedia now and try it out!"- Doobybrain
- Browse bikes by: year of manufacturer, style, make and name, country of origin, frame material, and weight
- 360-degree finger-controlled rotations of 100 bikes
- 20 times zoomable image of each bike
- Swipeable animations of 23 fold-up bikes
- Rare and unusual archival video
- 261 pages of original brochures, user manuals, plans, catalogues and contemporary stills
- 382 additional photographs of the collection by award winning photographer Bernhard Angerer.