what's a good web map,i can plan cycle routes on?

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  • what's a good web map,i can plan cycle routes on?
  • just for planning routes (show distances/gradients e.t.c).one that’s easy to use also (for a numpty like myself 😉

    thanks in advance 🙂

    warton
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    bike route toaster
    gpsies

    nbt
    Member

    I use mapmyride

    Anyone use garmin basecamp?

    Just bought a edge 800 + mapping and can’t figure it out, and hate online manuals. Is there a handy quickstart guide anywhere?

    druidh
    Member

    I use Basecamp in conjunction with the mapping on my GPS. I don’t recall any manual for it – I just sort of got it working.

    Premier Icon Scapegoat
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    mapometer.com

    Premier Icon mikejd
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    Try ‘Where’s the path’ – http://wtp2.appspot.com/wheresthepath.htm

    Let’s you compare the route on OS map and Google Earth side by side. And you can add a route and check the profile.

    thanks a lot everyone 😀

    have just mapped my ride for tomorrow (first proper ride on my new tarmac road bike 😀

    it’s slightly longer than i thought it would be.
    50.95 miles 😮
    1838 ft climbing 😯
    1835 ft descending 😛
    start elevation 432 ft 😕
    finish elevation 435 ft 😆
    minimum elevation 119 ft 😡
    maximum elevation 700 ft 😳 😯 😛

    cake will follow 😉

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