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 uploaded from a Garmin unit, to your Strava account. Your rides will upload to Strava

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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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Sharing from the web

Sharing   Did you just plan a really epic tour, finish a great ride, or you just want to share the PR you set on a training ride? Let’s explore the different ways available to share rides, routes, and events.

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Rides Page

The Rides page is a place to quickly find a ride or group of rides based on certain metrics, date range, location, and title. Filter You can use the dropdown options found at the top of the page to add

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Using the Dashboard

The Ride with GPS Dashboard is your homepage on Ride with GPS. From the dashboard, you can quickly access your routes and rides, upload your activities, see your friends and their recent activity, access your calendar, and more. Essentially, your

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Pinning on Mobile

Pinning a route is a great way to keep routes handy and make them easy to find later. When you pin a route to your profile, rather than copying, you’ll always have the latest version of the route should the

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Sharing on Mobile

You can share a route, ride, or Live Log via SMS or social platform from our app. The steps for sharing a route, ride, and photo within the app are all the same. If you’d like to share your profile,

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Garmin Edge 1030

Overview The Garmin Edge 1030 is similar in many ways to the Edge 1000. We recommend the 1030 only for those who wish to have the latest and greatest. Setting Up Your Edge 1030 There are a few settings we

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Notifications

While visiting the website you will get a visual notification for activity on your profile. This includes notifications for: Segment PRs Ride Report Likes Comments You’ll find the notifications in the upper right corner. New notifications cause an orange dot

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Navigate the U.S. Bicycle Route System

In partnership with the Adventure Cycling Association, all the routes in the U.S. Bicycle Route System (USBR) will have navigation features unlocked for all users, including; Turn-by-Turn Voice Navigation and Offline Maps in our iOS and Android apps, Advanced Turn

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Supported Browsers

Ride with GPS supports the following browsers: Chrome – most recent or second most recent version Safari – most recent or second most recent version Firefox – most recent version only Internet Explorer (IE) 11 – supported but not recommended

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Lezyne Year 10 GPS

The Lezyne Year 10 GPS are a very compact device that can record your rides as well as navigate routes planned on ridewithgps.com. You can use TCX or GPX files with the Lezyne line, but if you want custom cues

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New User – Week 1

Welcome to part one of a four part help series. There are three more emails in this series, one per week, all designed to help you get the most out of our web and mobile apps. You can opt out

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Replace Elevation

Some GPS devices and smartphones just don’t collect accurate elevation data. We offer a tool for all members to replace the elevation from a known world-wide dataset. Premium subscribers have access to additional Ride Cleanup tools. Replace Elevation Data Did

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Battery Saving Tips

Keep the screen off Use Airplane Mode Use Offline Maps Turn off Live Logging Turn off Bluetooth Power on the Go Disable Power Saving Apps Here are all of our battery-saving tips gathered from years of experience and feedback from

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Part 5: Tour Account and Event Backups

As your Tour account Route Library grows and more route managers make changes to routes, you will want to periodically create backups of your Route Library and events. This way if a route or event inadvertently gets changed or deleted

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Part 4: Inviting Tour Participants and Staff

Your Tour Operator account will have two types of members: permanent Tour Operator account members (tour staff) who will administrate the account and run the tours, and event members (tour participants) who will be associated with specific events created by

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Part 2: The Tour Route Library

The Route Library is your central location to organize your Tour Operator account routes. Add tags for organization, and manage route visibility all from a single page. When you first set up your Tour Operator account, we will happily transfer

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Part 1: Tour Operator Account Setup

The Tour Operator account works much like a regular account, except it can be used by multiple people to administer routes, events, and tour participants for your tour company. It has its own list of routes, events, and can be

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Epic Ride Weather App

Epic Ride Weather is an app for iPhone and Android that allows riders to generate weather forecasts tailored to their specific route, speed, and riding date and time. If you’re wondering if you’ll need a rain jacket or whether you

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Goals

Set personal cycling goals to keep yourself motivated, or use them to set benchmarks throughout the year. You can also create challenges and invite your friends. Whether you want to set up a club mileage challenge, prep for that big

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Garmin Forerunner 610

The Garmin Forerunner 610 is a great GPS watch long as you don’t need full waterproof (do not submerse in water) capabilities. The 610 provides a sleek and comfortable alternative to other bulky GPS enabled watches. Benefits of the 610 over

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Garmin Edge 820

The Garmin Edge 820 is a top of the line GPS unit for navigation and training. It offers many features that may be useful, though for 99% of users the Edge 810 or Edge Touring is just as capable. We recommend

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Wahoo Elemnt GPS

The Wahoo ELEMNT, ELEMNT Bolt, and ELEMNT Roam are standalone GPS units that are configured by a companion app on your iPhone or Android device. You can also configure your Wahoo device to connect to a wifi network to sync

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