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Originally Posted by indyfabz View Post
ridewithgps.com lets you plot routes. I use them to plot tour routes. I then make cue sheets, which I call my PGS--Paper Guidance System. No interest in having to worry about constantly charging my phone.
That's a very attractive website. How does it work? Is it a paid subscription? Ads? (They didn't say anything about my ad blocker.)

My intended use is rather plain compared to the rides they show. I live in a suburban area and want to map out some regular rides - maybe places I don't know of - to add some variety while avoiding the busiest roads in the city. This isn't planning an extended tour for long distances. Just out and back rides that might go 20 or 30 miles.

Thanks.
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