Hammerhead Karoo

Hammerhead Karoo Syncing with Ride with GPS The Hammerhead Karoo and Karoo 2 are standalone GPS units that are configured by a companion website through the Hammerhead dashboard portal. There is not a direct file sync service to this device,

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OSM Routing Data

Contributing Routing Engine Data Ride with GPS uses map data from OpenStreetMap (OSM) to power the RWGPS, OSM, OSM Cycle and ESRI map styles in our route planner and navigation software. OSM is a free and collaborative project to create

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Surface Types

Want to know if there’s going to be a gnarly gravel section in the middle of your road ride? Or perhaps not be taken off guard by all the tarmac on what you thought was a backcountry bikepacking adventure? Good

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Event and Challenge Participant Page

Are you participating in an upcoming event or Challenge? Pick the page that’s right for you. Details for: Event Participants Details for: Challenge Participants

Challenges

Jump To: Joining a Challenge Accessing a Challenge Challenge Rules Participating in a Challenge Updating Your Ride’s Name with a Hashtag FAQ Joining a Challenge Challenges can be accessed by visiting the host organizations home page or by clicking the

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Challenges for Organizations

Challenges are flexible and accessible opportunities to motivate and engage your base, no matter where in the world they may be. Challenges are free for all Clubs, Event, and Tourism account holders and free for all participants. Jump to: Creating

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Challenges for Clubs

Challenges are flexible and accessible opportunities to motivate and engage your base, no matter where in the world they may be. Challenges are free for all Clubs, Event, and Tourism account holders and free for all participants. Jump to: Creating

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Collections for Tourism

Collections are a great way to bundle similar routes to share and follow. Group together your area’s best road, gravel, or mountain bike routes; or even your best family, public art, or coffee shop routes. Public Collections will be able

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Collections for Clubs

Collections are a great way to bundle similar routes to share with your members or the general public. Group together your best hilly routes, routes starting from a certain part of your town, gravel routes, and anything else you’d like.

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Feed, Friends, and Following

When you join Ride with GPS, you become part of a global network of cyclists who share routes and rides with each other. Once you connect with other users you can share your activities with your community, look at your

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Transfer Endomondo Data to Ride with GPS

It’s easy to transfer all your user data from Endomondo into your Ride with GPS account. Step 1: Export your data from Endomondo Log into your Endomondo account through the Endomondo app. Dismiss the landing page with FAQ, and tap

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Offline Maps in the mobile app

Adventure planning in an area with limited or no cell-phone network? Or using an older phone with no cell plan? Download your route prior to heading out with the OFFLINE MAPS feature. Navigate routes that you have downloaded to your

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Manage App Settings

Below are all of the options available for both the iPhone and Android app. The interface of the two apps are slightly different, but the available options and functionality remain the same. To access Settings, tap the More button at

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Voice Navigation

Premium and Basic subscribers can unlock voice navigation and turn-by-turns for the iPhone and Android app. Starting Navigation After logging into the app, tap the Library icon at the bottom of the screen. From the Library screen, choose Routes at

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Record Rides

Use the Ride with GPS mobile app for iPhone and Android to record your trip. Save the recording and any geotagged photos to your account for secure data storage. View your ride on the website to analyze metrics and share it with

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Using the Elevation Profile on the Web

The Elevation Profile offers so much more than just analyzing the difficulty of hills. Interacting with the profile allows you to make selections, create segments, trim the ride data, dive into metrics, and more. Now let’s learn what can be

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Advanced Route Planning and Editing

As a Premium subscriber, you gain access to advanced tooling on the website for planning and editing your routes. You can combine or split routes, delete entire sections, and easily turn recorded rides into routes with cuesheets. Customize the route

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Garmin Courses Sync

Have an Garmin EDGE device that you want to sync routes wirelessly to but no IQ app is available? You can still use these devices for wireless route transfer using the Garmin Courses Sync API. Connect your Account If you

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The Great Community Route Celebration – FAQ

What are the requirements for routes for the Celebration? We will highly emphasize detailed routes that include cues and points of interest (POIs) for businesses, but no one will be “disqualified” if they have a good route and cuesheet without

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Route Planner

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 more. Go to

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Riding Routes Indoors

Looking to ride your favorite route indoors with your smart indoor trainer? You can follow routes planned our our website or app using a Wahoo or Garmin device. Follow the steps below to get started. The rides you record on

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Collections

Use collections to organize your favorite rides and routes. You can also follow collections of other rides that have been shared with you. Creating a collection Go to Collections Click ‘New Collection‘ Fill in a Title and Overview, add a

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Sharing with a Shortcut

You can easily share your profile, your completed ride, or a route with a QR code shortcut. Your friends can scan the QR code with our app to be able to view your profile, ride, or route. After scanning the

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Trace Tool

Do you have a route without a cuesheet, or one that is in a foreign language? Perhaps you uploaded a GPX route file sent to you by a friend, or from another website and need to make it available for

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Connected Services

Garmin Connect IQ App Wirelessly sync routes from your route library and Pinned section to your Garmin device. Automatic Garmin Ride Sync Automatically sync the rides recorded on your Garmin device to Ride with GPS. Connecting Bluetooth Sensors Learn how

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Mobile Route Planning

Create a Route You are here. You want to ride your bike to there. Use the mobile route planner to get it done, now in the palm of your hand A route is a plan for a ride. A route

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Connect with Strava

By connecting your Ride with GPS account to Strava, you’ll be able to automatically sync the rides recorded on the Ride with GPS app, or manually uploaded from a Garmin unit, to your Strava account. Your rides will upload to

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Connect with Relive

By connecting your Ride with GPS account to Relive, you’ll be able turn your rides into 3D videos. Relive will retrieve all of your future rides for viewing. Viewing your historical rides on Relive may require a subscription to their

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Archiving Routes

The Archive Route option allows you to clean up routes from your route library without permanently deleting them. Archived routes can be unarchived for later use. This is a great option for users who sync with Wahoo or our Garmin

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Grade and Elevation

Why do I see discrepancies in elevation between a planned route and a recorded ride? Rides and routes are fundamentally different from each other, and they differ slightly in how elevation is calculated: When you plan a route on the

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