PDF Maps and Cue Sheets

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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Keyboard Shortcuts

When planning or editing a route, you can help streamline your workflow by using the keyboard shortcuts listed below. While in the route planner, creating a new route or editing an existing route: Go to the OPTIONS tab in the

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Part 2: Club Route Library

The Route Library is your central location to organize and share Club routes to your members. Add tags for organization, and manage route level visibility all from a single page. When you first set up your club account, we will

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Part 4: Club Events

Coordinate rides, meetings, and social gatherings for your club by creating Events. You can create a simple event for a meeting, or you can create an event page that includes associated routes. After you create an event, it will show

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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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Turn a ride into a route with cuesheet

Using our tracing feature you can take that great ride and use it as a template to generate a route, complete with a cuesheet and copies of the photos you took along the way. A great way to share your adventure with a friend who might benefit from some navigational help.

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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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Working with Cues

While planning a route or after your route has been saved, you can input custom cues to alert riders of Points of Interest (POIs) and other features of the route like “Start long climb”, “Beware of train tracks”, or additional

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