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    Mount Elden Loop and Wikiloc for sharing rides

    About a month ago I rode a loop around Mount Elden to acclimate for the TOWN which ended up being more difficult than the actual tour.

    I'm posting the loop and link below as an example of what is possible on wikiloc.com. (The author of the WikiLoc used sample GPX data from my website and wrote to thank me and to show off his work, which won a prize from Google in his country, Spain.)

    Anyways, the site is an easy way to publish your rides if you have gps data. Just login and upload a GPX file, and then edit the trails to make them public, if you wish.

    The Elden loop is shown on Wikiloc at the link below. I've also published a hiking trail, and my brother's trip on the Porcupine Rim trail.

    This is way easier than publishing on my own web site.

    http://www.wikiloc.com/wikiloc/spati...2125&frame=lct

    Dave

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    Very cool Dave. Can we form an AZ group for searching?

    thanks,

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    I like this site too...

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    Quote Originally Posted by scrat
    Very cool Dave. Can we form an AZ group for searching?

    thanks,
    I don't think that's necessary, because the site will allow searches within a given radius of any location.

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    Corona Loma is a really great trail. (I think that it's better suited to hiking than biking, though.)

    Here's the same Mount Elden trail on Motion Based -- I've been meaning to try this out but never got around to it.

    http://trail.motionbased.com/trail/i...kValue=1556569

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