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Bikely elevation profiles?

Old 02-19-08, 11:04 PM
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Bikely elevation profiles?

Is there anyway to break climbs down by grades on bikely?

As a side note, which program do you guys prefer for this stuff? Do any of them break climbs up by grade?


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I think all the free mapping programs are extremely terrible at computing grade and cumulative elevation gain totals. If you want meaningful numbers, carry a digital altimeter with you on the ride and let that record your climbs.
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