There are so many routes, rides, rider profiles, and gear on our site it’s no doubt you’ll stumble upon something you don’t want to forget. We know the feeling, and we’re here to help you remember! Just pin whatever you want to keep track of and you’ll easily be able to locate it later.

Check out more on Pinning, Pinning on mobile, and Sharing.

Pinning on the Site

To pin a route or a ride, look for the “Pin” icon:

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You can also pin another user.

Once you have pinned an item, you can access it via the “Pinned” tab on your profile page.


Pinning in the mobile app

While viewing a route in the app:

iPhone: Tap the gear icon then tap PIN THIS.
Android: Tap the PIN icon at the top.

View Pinned routes on the Mobile App

You can also view and navigate Pinned routes from our iPhone and Android apps.

Tap the upper left corner of the app

Tap PINNED to see all the gear, routes, rides, and photos that you have pinned to your profile.

Tips on Pinning:

  • You can pin your favorite routes, other profiles, gear, rides, users, photos, and segments.
  • View your pins from Home > Pinned.
  • View your pins in the mobile app by tapping the upper left corner>Pinned.
  • Pinned routes can be navigated in the mobile app.


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, gear, and more.

Here are your sharing options:

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Google+
  • E-mail
  • Link
  • Embed Map
Facebook: By default, what you share shows everyone in your Facebook news feed, but you can click the drop down and share with select groups or individuals.
Twitter: Use Twitter to share your ride. Include the handles of anyone else on the ride or add hashtags.
Google+ Share a link and map preview on Google+. Select which circles will see your post.
E-mail: We’ll send an e-mail with this route to the address you provide. Send it to multiple addresses by separating them with a comma.
Link: Send the URL to anyone by pasting it into your preferred e-mail editor, another social network, website, or blog, etc..
Embed Map
Check out Embed a Map on Your Website for details.
Here’s an example of embedding in WordPress. Your site must support iFrames for this embed to work.

What can you share?

Rides and Routes:

Tips on Sharing

  • If you are not signed into Facebook, Twitter, or Google+, you will be prompted for your e-mail and password for those sites.
  • If you are using as your host, the embed option may not work on your blog. See WordPress Support for more details.
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