Sep 05.2020Version: 3.6.2009
Analyze and track different sports performance in terms of cycling.
Golden Cheetah for Linux was reviewed by Iulian Dinita
Golden Cheetah for Linux is a free application that accepts numerous data formats from a wide range of peripheral devices and online services, to collect, compile and generate useful reports and graphs for any athlete who wants to track their performance on the bike. For example, if you have a fitness tracker, you can download the data to your computer and use it in this application.
Golden Cheetah for Linux offers a rich set of analysis features, and you can also upload / download data files to Google Drive, Dropbox, Strava and other cloud services.
The software supports formats: TrainingPeaks (WKO, PWX), PowerTap (RAW, CSV), ANT + (FIT), SportTracks (FITLOG), Ambit (SML), Sigma (SLF, SMF), Ergomo (CSV), Google Earth (KML), Garmin (TCX, GPX), Polar (HRM), SRMWin (SRM), Computerrainer (TXT), iBike (CSV), MotoACTV (CSV).
The data can be represented in the form of graphs for better analysis.
In conclusion, Golden Cheetah for Linux is perfect for centralizing bike racing data, so you can view and keep it without having to go through a dedicated software or specific service.
Documentation / Demo
+ Golden Cheetah for Linux has been in our software catalog since Feb 11.2020.
+ The current version is 3.6.2009 updated to Sep 05.2020.
CHARLESWKNIGHT Add comment
Easy to use