iBike for the iPhone for the two-wheeled fitness nut
In addition to keeping tabs on speed, time, trip and elevation info, the iBike can track heart-rate, power, wind speed and caloric output thanks to a separate sensor that works in conjuction with the standard bike-mounted unit. But $329 is mighty steep, so if you're like us, you could forgo the additional fitness kit and go with the standard setup for $199. More details from iBike and you can snag your own from the Apple Store.
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