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D4V1DD4V1D Posts: 233
edited December 2010 in MTB beginners
Have you ever been out on a ride and wonder how far it was?. Well this could be of help to you. http://www.bikehike.co.uk/mapview.php

There should be two maps on the screen. The route can be made by clicking on the one map which will follow the roads and then if you click on the OS map it will force the route to cut across anything to go directly to where you have clicked. It's great if you've traveled across a field or green lane. :P

Hope it helps. :arrow:

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I'm not a racer, but I like to churn out 2-3hr rides,
I love Cannock and Llandegla cycle parks.
Cube Acid 2010
Upgraded RockShox Reba RL Forks, twin air.
Updrade RockShox dropper seat post.
Went tubeless DIY style using a 20" BMX tube. Lasting well.

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  • D4V1DD4V1D Posts: 233
    If you have a look at Cannock Chase, and press the OSMCycle button it will show: Follow The Dog and The Monkey Trail.
    I'm not a racer, but I like to churn out 2-3hr rides,
    I love Cannock and Llandegla cycle parks.
    Cube Acid 2010
    Upgraded RockShox Reba RL Forks, twin air.
    Updrade RockShox dropper seat post.
    Went tubeless DIY style using a 20" BMX tube. Lasting well.
  • MigginsMiggins Posts: 433
    Similar to "Where's the Path" - http://wtp2.appspot.com/wheresthepath.htm

    Like it 8)
    After uphill there's downhill
  • I know how far I've gone because I keep a GPS track log. Bikehike is still useful because I can upload my track log onto my web server and send a link to it to a friend who can see where I went, overlaid on the map. Much better than a general description.
  • EyonEyon Posts: 623
    i use bikehike to plan most of my routes, find it very useful!
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