Join Date: Mar 2008
Location: East Florida
Bikes: '16 Bob Jackson rando, '66 Raleigh Superbe, 80 Nishiki Maxima, 07 Gary Fisher Utopia, 09 Surly LHT
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I use bikely.com
to map route, and then a spreadsheet for cues. Example:
2.6 / 18.8 / L / Maple Ave. / S / pass Maple Cir.
This shows: miles since last turn, total miles to turn, turn direction, street name, compass direction after turn, special notes, like 2 streets with similar names, landmarks, etc.
You can likely get a simple cue sheet holder at your LBS. It's just a velcro strap with a clip. I put my cue sheet in a ziploc, and the holder is surprisingly effective, sitting on the stem.
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