Why upgrade to Basic?

Upgrade to Basic today to start getting the following features: Advanced Route Planning Use our most advanced tools to create, edit, combine, split, and trace routes. Print Custom Maps and Cue Sheets Print out maps and cuesheets to use as

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Why Go Premium?

Upgrade to Premium today to start getting the following features: Unlimited Ride Reports Publish unlimited Ride Reports detailing your latest ride with photos, climbs, and maps. Unlimited Backups Backup all your ride data as often as you like. Your data

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Auto-Pause

When you want your recorded time to only reflect the time you have spent riding, turn on the Auto-pause feature. The reason you would want to turn on Auto-pause is to prevent a “spaghetti blob”. Whenever you stop riding, the

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Join Rides

You’ve taken a multi-day ride or you have recorded your ride in two parts and now you want to join them together. Learn how to use the Join Rides tool to make two ride tracks into one ride track. The

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Estimated Time

The Estimated Time feature is a metric for Premium members that will give you an estimated moving time for all of your routes. The metric is a personal number based off your recent ride history of rides exceeding 10 miles

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Archive Gear

The Archive Gear option allows you to retire that bike that you sold or no longer ride. An archived piece of gear will be retained on your profile but now it is hidden out of sight and retains the full

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Privacy Zones

Using Privacy Zones is another tool you can use to control your privacy. You decide how much of your rides will be shared with the public and block sensitive locations like your home, school, or work place. Basic and Starter

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Using the Wahoo RFLKT

The Wahoo RFLKT is an external display that works in conjunction with the mobile app for iPhone and Android. Once paired with the app, it displays the ride metrics and navigation cues like a bike computer but allows you to

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Editing Ride Details

After uploading a ride from your Garmin device, or saving a ride with our mobile app (for iPhone and Android) you can add details about the ride. What’s a ride? A ride (or run, hike, etc.) is an activity that

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Analyzing Ride Metrics

After you’ve completed a ride, there is a lot of data to make sense of — speed, distance, elevation, and more. Learn about splits, quick laps, where to find your data, and ways to display the data. What’s a ride?

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Ride Center

The Ride Center allows you to filter your rides by date, ride name, ride tags, bike, distance, elevation and average speed. So, for example, you could quickly find out how many miles you rode your road bike in June at

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The Elevation Profile for Rides

You’ve just uploaded a great ride, latest leg of the tour, or a quick jaunt around your favorite riding spots in town. Now let’s learn what can be done within the elevation profile to analyze your ride, make changes, create

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Advanced Route Planning and Editing

As a Premium or Basic subscriber, you gain access to more advanced tools to help you plan and edit multi-staged routes, combine or split routes, delete entire sections of routes, and easily turn Rides into Routes.   Avoiding Control Point

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Route Planning

Create a Route You are here. You want to ride your bike to there. Use our Route Planner to find the best way to get there. We’ll show you how to get there, the amount of climbing you’ll endure, and

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Switching Map Styles

When you’re planning a route or viewing a route/ride, you can switch map styles to work in your preferred style. Not all maps have the same routing functionality, so switching maps allows you to gain additional information, or work around

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Starting Voice Navigation on the Mobile App

Have you planned out a cool route you want to navigate using the mobile app available for iPhone and Android? We’ll show you how to start navigation and demonstrate what to expect while riding. Our Premium and Basic subscribers unlock

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Group Live Logging

Group Live Logging is an awesome feature for our mobile apps. Now, when you and your friends are Live Logging and have joined the same group on the website, you can view each others current location in real time on

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Offline Maps on Android

Plan on adventuring into an area with limited or no cell-phone network? You can still navigate your route with the OFFLINE MAPS feature where you pre-download the route and map tiles before heading out. Our Premium and Basic memberships unlock

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Record your first ride with our mobile app

The Ride with GPS mobile app for iPhone and Android allows you to record your ride, upload to ridewithgps.com along with photos to share with all your friends and family or to keep for your personal training logs. Premium and

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Live Logging

A great feature to help share your rides as they happen is called Live Logging. Our Premium and Basic members unlock this feature for our iPhone and Android mobile apps. You must have cellular network access for this function to

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Flatten Elevation

Learn how to use our Flatten Elevation tool to correct elevation inaccuracies caused by bridges, tunnels, and tall buildings. Premium subscribers can use this tool to correct rides they’ve uploaded and routes they’ve planned. Basic subscribers can use this tool

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Create a Postcard

Did you record and upload a ride with 3 or more photos? Whether you uploaded from our app or through the site, learn how to create an awesome visual summary of your latest ride with our Postcard feature.   After

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Incorrect Cue Sheet Entries

If you have seen incorrect cues on a route planned using our site, such as a cue being listed as a right instead of a left turn, you have likely clicked in the middle of an intersection when planning your

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Garmin Write

GARMIN WRITE HAS BEEN RETIRED Garmin stopped supporting the Garmin Communicator plugin, the technology that powered Garmin Write, in 2015. While the Garmin Write feature has remained functional on some un-updated internet browsers since that time, as these browsers are

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Quick Laps

Quick Laps enables you to generate a table of lap times for any ride that does repeated runs on a circuit. This feature is perfect for criterium races, and also works great for any ride that involves repeatedly riding the

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Create & Customize a Cue Sheet

Premium and Basic members get access to our PDF maps and cue sheets for any route that has cues. These are great for navigation if you don’t have a GPS unit or smartphone, or to pass out to riders participating

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Private Segments

If you have private rides, they will never be publicly matched against any public segments. Premium users can take advantage of segments with private rides, however. If you have a Premium account, you will see segments on your private rides,

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Embed Ride Stats into Your Website

Want to add your ride stats to your website or blog? The Ride Widget let’s you display a list of your recent rides (or club rides) with weekly, monthly and yearly totals. To set up your personal widget: Go to

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ANT+ Weight Scale Support

ANT+ Weight Scale Support is a feature for Premium subscribers. If you have a scale that supports ANT+ connectivity to your Garmin device, your weight data can be pulled in with your ride data whenever you sync your device. Just

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