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Expanding upon a previous answer, you can use Strava's Heatmap feature. Just stick to the most frequented roads or paths and you should be okay.


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Just go the waypoints and copy coordinates which are to added to. And paste these waypoints to where to merges.


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I charge mine when on very long bike rides - but when the external power source also dies the Garmin automatically powers down unless you tap the X on the screen. Really wish that Garmin would use bigger batteries!!!


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This is an impossible question for the mapping sites to answer. They come up with heuristics about what makes a good route, that will do a pretty good job, but there is fine detail they do not and cannot know. For example, Your route 2 is the easiest on paper, but what if it poorly sealed with course chip and has lots of rubbish and stones in the shoulder. ...


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Strava has the option of using "Popularity" to create a route. This means that if more people use Route 2, it should make you go that way. The problem if that if a lot of people are training using Route 1 it might skew the resulting route the other way. Usually I start by checking where other people are going by when I plan my trips, then I can do ...


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I've just started using an android app called IPbike. If you like tweaking settings and getting the items displayed just right it could be good for you; if not, look elsewhere. It can apparently sync with Strava etc, though I don't use that feature, and can import routes. It uses openstreetmap (a plus point for me as I've made a few contributions ...


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There are several phone apps / web sites you can use. They all have a free mode and a premium mode. A few of them are: Endomondo Last time I used this (a couple of years back) it was able to give real time updates and "coaching" on your performance. It can handle many different sports and activities. MapMyRide I haven't used this; some other people here do ...



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