Train on the world’s greatest cycling routes with FulGaz

With stunning 4K video and over 1,500 routes to choose from, the FulGaz app brings the most epic rides on the planet to you

FulGaz indoor cycling app
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We all have our favourite cycling routes, those circuits we return to again and again because they’re close to home, familiar and make monitoring weekly fluctuations in our performance a doddle. Convenience comes at a cost, however, because the problem with knowing every bend, pothole and incline on your ride can make things a little, well, samey.

Luckily, FulGaz can bring some much-needed variety to your training routine. Thanks to this state-of-the-art indoor cycling app, you don’t even have to leave the comfort of your own home to experience the most exhilarating, challenging and scenic bike rides on the planet. The FulGaz app gives you access to over 1,500 routes from more than 40 countries, presenting them in stunning 4K video to provide an immersive experience that’s as close to the real thing as you can get on your smart turbo trainer – and that can only help to make you a better cyclist.

FulGaz features routes to suit riders of any ability, whether you want to cycle along Melbourne’s scenic Beach Road, ride over San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge, or test yourself against the brutal slopes of Alpe d’Huez, one of the most iconic summits in the Tour de France. FulGaz also boasts numerous routes exclusive to the app, including official IRONMAN courses and challenging Haute Route climbs. 

FulGaz indoor cycling app

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The easy-to-use app allows you to select courses based on country, duration, distance, elevation gains and toughness, meaning you can pick the route that’s right for you – and, of course, how you’re feeling on a particular day.

But FulGaz isn’t just about bringing some sunshine into your life as winter draws in. The app supports Wahoo, Tacx, Saris, 4iii, Elite, Stages, Xplova, Wattbike and Zycle hardware, and is designed to improve your training experience, whatever your level. So whether you’re a dedicated cyclist or triathlete working towards an epic challenge like a Gran Fondo, an Haute Route or an IRONMAN, or a less experienced rider simply looking to get better in the saddle, FulGaz has got you covered. 

For relative newcomers to the sport, FulGaz is a great way to get a feel for a proper training schedule and the experience of riding in a road race. FulGaz also features an extensive library of world-class training programmes, and makes it easy to upload .zwo files or import workouts from Training Peaks or Today’s Plan. Any data you record during your favourite routes is then synced back to your training platform of choice, so your coach (if you have one) can stay on top of your progress. 

FulGaz indoor cycling app

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Better still, using FulGaz doesn’t have to be an individual pursuit. It's easy to set up a private group on any FulGaz route, meaning you can train, ride or race with your friends remotely. The new avatar feature, meanwhile – available in the latest app releases for iOS, macOS, Apple TV and Windows – allows you to create your own fully customisable virtual rider. You can watch your avatar eat up the miles in the Avatar Rides channel, and even race against them head to head.

And because every course in the FulGaz ecosystem exists in the real world, you can use the app as a tool for reconnaissance ahead of that big race in your diary – a major reason why many pro-riders and Olympians include FulGaz in their training arsenal for major sporting events.

So why settle for venturing out on those same old routes again and again when FulGaz can bring the world’s most incredible bike rides directly into your home?

A FulGaz subscription costs €10.99 a month or €97.99 a year. A 14-day free trial is also available. 

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FulGaz indoor cycling app

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