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Strava has this feature in the route planning tool. In the header, you can see it has toggle switches for popularity (pretty nifty if the area is new to you), min-elevation (what you're looking for), and manual. Here is an example of how it works. The below route is between two points in Palos Verde, CA - a notoriously hilly (fun) area. Min Elevation ...


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There are essentially no rides that are 'unimpeded by pedestrian or car traffic' around Brooklyn, because Brooklyn is on a densely-populated island adjacent to another even more densely populated island so there's no nearby countryside, and we still use our rail lines very heavily so there are no rail trails. The 30-miler I've found with the most 'open ...


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Google maps has a bike route feature that displays elevation and tries to find the least-steep and most bike-friendly path between points by default. Go to Google Maps at http://maps.google.com. Select Directions. Type your starting address. Type your destination. Click "..." to the left of the Directions icon, then click the bicycling icon. Customize the ...


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I commuted often on this trail for awhile and loved it. Most of the trail is free of vehicle traffic and has bridges going over roads. It's a heavily shaded trail that can provide a nice respite from the sun during the hot summer. Potholes are minimal, though minor cracks from tree roots are not uncommon. Also, there can be quite a bit of debris on the ...



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