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    Just ride. roadbuzz's Avatar
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    Ride mapping program for Mac?

    I'm looking for ride mapping software for the Mac. The main features I want are the ability create a library of rides with distances and elevation profiles. I've been using Delorme Topo on the PC, but it isn't supported on the Mac. Any suggestions?

    TIA

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    Every day a winding road spinnaker's Avatar
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    www.bikely.com is online and should work with any computer.
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    Klimb is multiplatform and should work for you, if you're set on having a dedicated and locally installed program for this task.

    But there are a ton of web-based options to use, too. Spinnaker mentions bikely.com and that's a popular option. Tons more over here (self link).

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    Here you go, but they are rather expensive compared to other Topo programs I've seen.

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    www.gmap-pedometer.com
    You can see altitude profiles and save your routes.

    You could also try GoogleEarth.
    That's gonna leave a mark.

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