Visually compare the geometry and frame sizes of different bicycles and save schematic diagrams of a bicycle's frame and geometry for further analysis.
Calculate key metrics like Effective Top Tube, Trail, Wheelbase, Wheel Flop Factor and Steering Angle..
Check that a new bike / bike frame size is dimensionally similar to your old one before purchase.
Analyse whether the aftermarket forks you are going to fit to your bike will effect the handling and stability.
Understand why two of your bikes handle completely differently.
Find out how making changes to your bike and / or compressing the suspension affects Wheelbase, Trail and Wheel Flop Factor and thus the handling of your bike.
Create geometric drawings of your bicycle
Output geometric drawings of your bikes as .png files, overlay them in graphics packages and compare the output dimensions of different bikes or changes to the same bike.
Calculate gear ratios
Graphically compare the effects on cadence, speed and power requirements of different sprocket sizes for different manufacturers Hub and Derailleur gears.
Cadence is the number of revolutions of the crank per minute, this is the rate at which a cyclist is pedalling/turning the pedals.
Choose your ideal gearing for your make of hub / gearsets or riding style.
Graph and analyse each gear ratio
Select your hub type or gear set and graph and analyse each ratio.
Is your lowest gear low enough for those steep hills?
Is you highest gear fast enough for your desired top speed?
Have you enough gears to stay in your optimum cadence range?