Launch of Our New Web Service

We are pleased to introduce our new web service that can analyze and manage ride data to all Shimano cyclist customers. This service enables your ride data uploaded on the cloud to be displayed as various graphs or maps, helping improve your cycling performance and boost your motivation. This web service is planned to be launched on June 30th.


June 30, 2021 - Shimano's new web service will be launched.

Basic function

  • ■ Dashboard for easy log viewing for each ride.
  • ■ Statistics and power curve allow you to review your ride history and daily achievements.
  • ■ Use your PC or tablet to view your pedaling force vectors in detail and analyze your ride.
  • ■The uploaded ride data can be visualized in various graphics such as statistical graphs or map information, allowing you to see your cycling performance as well as the power data at a glance.

Compatible devices


Areas where service is available

United States of America Ireland
Japan Italy
<EEA 31 countries> Latvia
Austria Liechtenstein
Belgium Lithuania
Bulgaria Luxembourg
Croatia Malta
Cyprus Netherlands
Czech Republic Norway
Denmark Poland
Estonia Portugal
Finland Romania
France Slovakia
Germany Slovenia
Greece Spain
Hungary Sweden
Iceland England

To customers using Pioneer's Cyclo-Sphere service

After the launch of Shimano's new web service, you can transfer part of your data on Cyclo-Sphere by following the transfer procedures provided on Pioneer Cyclo-Sphere.

<Data transfer period from Cyclo-Sphere>

It is planned to be approx. 3 months after the launch of Shimano's new web service.


<How to transfer your data from Cyclo-Sphere>

(1) On the Shimano's new web service, agree to the terms and conditions for data transfer from Cyclo-Sphere, then (2) log in to Pioneer's Cyclo-Sphere.

(3) Log in to the Shimano's new web service (or sign up) and (4) agree to the terms of use. (5) This completes the transfer procedure and part of your data will be transferred.

* Explanations with screenshots will be published on Jun 30th.