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Old 08-11-08, 02:14 AM   #1
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Question, and advice

I was browsing a thread last week and found a link to a cool trip planning website that also took the elevation into account. I was wondering if anyone remembers this site.

On a related note. I thought the thread with the buku amounts of links to threads and websites was a great idea, but I think that there should be a sticky for people to post their favorite websites. Related to biking or not, I think it's a great way for everyone to get the word out.
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http://www.gmap-pedometer.com will do elevations.
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Map My Ride does that too. They also keep track of your work out and training. and has a few other features as well.
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I was browsing a thread last week and found a link to a cool trip planning website that also took the elevation into account. I was wondering if anyone remembers this site.

On a related note. I thought the thread with the buku amounts of links to threads and websites was a great idea, but I think that there should be a sticky for people to post their favorite websites. Related to biking or not, I think it's a great way for everyone to get the word out.
Bikely has an elevation feature.
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http://www.gmap-pedometer.com will do elevations.
That would be the one I was looking for. It's the one I used to find the easiest biking route to work.
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