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    Can you edit a Garmin 800 route you just rode?

    Can you change the start and stop point?

    I started the timer in the truck a bit before I got to the trail head. I also forgot to stop it when I started to head back home.


    I wanted to remove only that segments in truck before and after I rode.
    Lead by my Lefty............... right down the trail, no brakes.

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    Not while it's on the GPS. You have to download it to your computer first. Lots of discussions in here about programs that can edit track files.

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    Thanks, I'll look for an editor. I'm kind of GPS n00b
    Lead by my Lefty............... right down the trail, no brakes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ziscwg View Post
    Thanks, I'll look for an editor. I'm kind of GPS n00b
    You can edit them with just a text editor if that's all you want. What you should look for is mapping software. The good ones let you edit your files and do a lot more with them.

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    I use Basecamp on a Mac.
    Download the ride from your Edge.
    Right click on the ride and choose get Info.
    You should be able to edit the ride by deleting the first few and last waypoints, that should help you get it closer to what you actually rode.

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    I use a PN-60 its easy to learn my 2 cents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kdc1956 View Post
    I use a PN-60 its easy to learn my 2 cents.
    that does not answer any questions in this thread. your 2 cents is worth about 2 yen, I think

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