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Should this be sticky? /me hasn't washed his hands in a while...
Many thanks Count. You are a good un mate.
Count Steer wrote
It may be useful to sticky it. (boing).Another idea for a sticky would be if someone pulled together all the info on GPSs and stickified it.
What, not another jolly ?
It will be helpful if the thread were a sticky.Please send a PM to Abel, CS asking if he would please oblige. Thanks.BTW, Microsoft Autoroute is also pretty good and versatile.
I cant see as it will do any harm stickying it. Its a useful reference.
BTW, Microsoft Autoroute is also pretty good and versatile.
what's wrong with google maps?
been using that to plot the scotland tour - can't fault it for free!
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Hello everyone, hope this is relevant to this section.
I have for the last two years been using Google Maps to plan each days riding on our European tour, find its ability to route plan using the bendy roads brilliant. However I've been fustrated that I couldn't load my entire days riding in direct onto my Tomtom without a huge amount of fuss loading via the touchscreen.
Anyway.....been scanning the net and have found a free bit of software called 'Tyre' - it sits on top of Google Maps and allows entire tours to be loaded direct to the TomTom. You can search for towns, directly place your own waypoints, go onto their website add POIs etc even load other peoples routes that have been uploaded.
If you use TomTom this is a fantastic program.
follow link to: http://www.janboersma.nl/gett/index.php - as I say, the program is free but asks for a donation to keep the site going - easily worth a contribution!
Mappy is good, but be aware that if you change the vehicle type to Motorcycle, it automatically excludes motorways.
yaps this type of help is more usefull....
Do all of these links work? I saw something similar on another forum but I could not follow any of the routes.
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