Parts: iOS Bike Maintenance via Strava

Parts: iOS Bike Maintenance via Strava

My bike parts are falling to pieces. I’m unexpectedly splashing cash into my commuter. To be honest I’m not sure how many k’s I’ve done on my rear cassette, nor am I too sure about how many k’s my chain has been punished through. So I decided to write an app to keep track of it all; Parts.

Parts tracks your parts life by syncing with your Strava account. It allows you to add in the distance, cost, date of change and name of the part you are changing. It allows you to change and update bikes and automatically gets the distance of the parts life per bike from Strava.

Upcoming features will be to add your own custom items. Automatically backup your list to our servers so that if you move phones or accidentally uninstall the app all your parts tracking will be restored. We’re also looking at introducing alerts to notify you automatically when a part is due for replacing 🙂

Parts is available in the AppStore https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/parts/id822595222?ls=1&mt=8

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One Comment

  1. Hi,
    Just bought this as it sounds just what I need. However it breaks when trying to connect to Strava with the following:-
    {“message”:”Bad Request”,”errors”:[{“resource”:”Application”,”field”:”redirect_uri”,”code”:”invalid”}]}

    Are you fixing this or should I request a refund?

    Regards

    Pete

    May 1, 2015 @ 9:28 pm

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