Android 5.0 and up + a GPS chipset
1GB RAM minimum
Note: the fullscreen mode is only available on Android 6 or higher
IOS 10 and up
You can pair Tunturi Routes with our following products:
Learn how to connect your fitness equipment to your mobile device for the first time.
Learn how to add an additional sensor in the app
You can! For a more immersive experience, you can send the main screen of the app directly to your television.
Option 1: Android Screen casting
If you have a smart TV (a TV with a direct internet connection), all you need is a compatible smartphone or tablet with Android 5.0 or higher. These devices have the 'Cast Screen' feature. Follow this guide to learn how to cast your Android screen from the Google Home app.
Certain devices are optimized for Android Screen casting. You can see the full list here.
If you don't have a smart tv, you can use the Chromecast device. Plug it in your TV (via USB) and it will receive the signal from your smartphone or tablet. Need help setting up your Chromecast? Please follow this guide.
Option 2: IOS AirPlay
You can use AirPlay to stream or share content from your Apple devices to your Apple TV or AirPlay 2-compatible smart TV. Learn more in the step-by-step guide.
Once your device is connected to your TV, you can choose 3 different views:
Option 3: MHL
MHL (Mobile High-Definition Link) connects your smartphone or tablet to your TV with a cable. Both your TV and your smartphone or tablet need to be compatible. Learn more here.
If you encounter the 'error 200' when trying to pair your device with your internet browser, it means the port 443 on your router is not opened.
We use this port to establish a connection with the middleware that is a platform between your device and your web browser.
Note that on classic routers/internet box, this port is already opened. Error 200 generally occurs when you use a specific router or when you are connected to a company network with a firewall.
The port forwarding procedure is different according to your router interface so we can't help you on that topic but you'll find all the information you need on the router's manufacturer website.
The remote display is an interesting feature that displays your video on a bigger screen.
Your phone or tablet becomes a remote control and the video is displayed on an external display. All interactions are made through the app. Watch the instruction video below.
This video shows you how to filter videos in the Tunturi Routes video library, with and without a search query:
If you can't see any or all videos, make sure you don't have an active filter.
By default, there are three active filters:
If you save selected filters, they will remain active. Select 'remove filters' to remove all active filters.
When you start an activity, you can choose between two training modes. They differ in speed.
The video continuously plays at the original speed and it will only pause if your speed reaches 0. Whatever your performance is, the video frame rate remains the same. You can still monitor your performance by looking at your energy output, measured in Tunturi's. Note that an export of your results to third party websites or apps, like Strava (See question: Social: How do I share an activity?) is limited to watts, and additional data like cadence and heart rate. It will not display your coordinates or map.
The video plays at your speed. If you are moving slower than the original video, the frame rate will slowly decrease. If you are moving faster, the frame rate increases to up to twice the original speed. You can use this mode to compete in challenges and you can export your results to third party websites or apps(See question: Social: How do I share an activity?), with full coordinates and a map of your virtual ride.
You can change the level of resistance during your workout, according to your preference:
The scale makes it easier to choose a video that suits your level of training.
The difficulty is based on the calculated energy spent for each video. Factors that are taken into account are: distance, duration, elevation and the original pace of the video.
For example, a level 1 video is composed of a small distance and almost no elevation, whereas a level 5 video has a longer distance, usually more elevation gain, and a higher pace.
The best way to set your level is to test a video on each difficulty. When several videos from the same level become easy, you are ready to train on the next level.
Yes, you can download videos locally in SD, HD and FHD format. It's quite easy:
Join contestants all around the world in multiplayer scheduled sessions, available from the homepage.
Note: multiplayer sessions are only available with a paid subscription (See more: Account: What are the available subscription model).
Joining a session is easy: tap the ‘join’ button, which is available 15 minutes before and 2 minutes after the start.
You can view your ranking on the map or on the ‘ranking’ tab.
Interval training is a type of training that involves a series of low to high intensity workouts, interspersed with periods of rest or relief. Varying the intensity of your effort exercises the heart muscle, providing a cardiovascular workout. This improves your aerobic capacity and permits you to exercise longer and / or at a more intense level.
There are 17 available interval exercises, 6 of them are available in the free version of the app.
After selecting your exercise, you can adjust the duration of the training session with the ‘<’ and ‘>’ arrows. When ready, tap ‘start’.
You can choose between one or two modes, Resistance or Power, depending on the compatibility of your equipment:
You define a resistance level and once your activity starts, you can increase or decrease the difficulty by tapping the ‘+’ or ‘-‘ button. The difficulty is shown in %, which is the percentage of the maximum resistance of your equipment.
You define a power target and the resistance automatically changes to make you produce that amount of power. Once your activity starts, you can increase or decrease the power target by tapping the ‘+’ or ‘-‘ button. If you see a green line, that means you are near your target. The orange line means you are drawing away from your goal, you have to either increase the target power or slow down.
Each color specifies the grade (%) of the ascent or descent.
SUMMER OFFER 2020! Working out at home should always be easy and fun, especially in these challenging times. That is why we are giving everyone the chance to use Tunturi Routes for free until September 15th 2020! That is correct, the entire database of 50,000+ videos.
On September 15th, you can choose again between the free and paid version. The free version always gives you access to 15 different videos. If you want to continue to have access to all videos, you can purchase a subscription. Read more about the available subscription models in the question below.
You can use Tunturi Routes with different subscription models.
Note: a subscription to Tunturi Routes is processed by Kinomap.
If you don't have a credit card, you can purchase a subscription with PayPal. If you don't have a PayPal account, a bank transfer is also possible:
USD $ Account:
BANK Account at BNP PARIBAS LILLE METROPOLE
IBAN FR76 3000 4005 1500 0100 3138 490
EURO € Account:
RIB 3004 00515 00010526338 08
FR76 3000 4005 1500 0105 2633 807
If your credit card expires soon, you can update your credit card information in your account.
Now you'll go to the secured payment platform to update your credit card information.
You can adjust your privacy settings in your user account.
Here, you will see the 'Confidentiality' option on the left.
This page lets you:
Once you finish your training session, you can export your results to different external apps automatically or manually:
Note: You can only export your results to Strava, Training Peaks and Runkeeper with a premium account. Facebook is no longer available because of new restrictions concerning automatic sharing.
Go to Kinomap.com to manage the export to third-party apps. You have two options: