That's for big boys isn't it
Endomondo does nice route tracking without the dick measurement bit of Strava.
Well, I've got Strava now, so I guess we'll see!
Maverick sounds interesting, I'll take a look at that, cheers.
Seems that there are two things here; tracking what you've done (Strava seeming to be the most used) and actual route-finding. Will see what use I can make out of Strava and maybe look into something like Back Country for exploring new areas if needed.
Thanks guys, great help as always
One thing you'll find in Strava, while it does not have OS maps
you can use the Sector Explore and zoom in on interesting area and spot sectors. You may find interesting routes you didn't know about. Also you can go look at other riders 'rides' in the area. Go to t a sector, pick a person and see where they went.
- Remember to add your privacy zone.
- Remember to add you bikes AND edit the ride online after it's uploaded to the correct bike (it uses the default otherwise).
- Remember to turn off Wi-Fi as that eats mobile batteries. All you actually need is GPS on to track during a ride. Enable data connections and sync as and when needed (i.e. after the ride)
Remember to join the RetroBike club