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    Iphone and loading maps

    Is there a way to create a map on my MAC and somehow transfer it to the Iphone?
    What if I want to ride on my own trail. Mark it in RED and be able to see the map on my iphone. Can that be done?

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    try Motion-X GPS iPhone App. Im looking for the same. My only concern is to maintain the itouch safe on the bike.

    Nice video on youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UIPNu...eature=related

    the website: http://news.motionx.com/category/motionx-gps/

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    Quote Originally Posted by xattica
    try Motion-X GPS iPhone App. Im looking for the same. My only concern is to maintain the itouch safe on the bike.

    Nice video on youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UIPNu...eature=related

    the website: http://news.motionx.com/category/motionx-gps/
    Thanks for the reply, but this is not what I am looking for. Motion-X logs the ride. I am looking to create the map first and then move it on my Iphone. Motion-X only tell you where have you been riding. That is after the fact.

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    what about google maps? You can create a route on googlemaps, then sent the route to anyone. Then you can follows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xattica
    what about google maps? You can create a route on googlemaps, then sent the route to anyone. Then you can follows.
    Well...how do you do that? I tried I couldn't can you help? more details please

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    Go to googlemaps, then get directions. Ask google map for a direction close where your wants to create a route. Select by walking. After that you will be able to move the route, send by email or copy the link (top rigth corner of the map). Also you can use my map to save it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xattica
    Go to googlemaps, then get directions. Ask google map for a direction close where your wants to create a route. Select by walking. After that you will be able to move the route, send by email or copy the link (top rigth corner of the map). Also you can use my map to save it.
    Some of the trails are not on Google maps, but you can see them on Google Earth.

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