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Latest beta-app (android / Nexus 5) crashes when clicking on record button or when selecting the turn-by-turn button. Had to install the regular version to fix it. 
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Dannevirke Desserts - A bike ride in Martinborough, Wellington

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In addition to checkpoints below: - Alfredton School -> water 143km & 322km - BP Pahiatua -> 290km (claimed as 24hrs in yellow pages) =============... -- 416.4 km, +4714 m. Starts in Martinborough, Wellington
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The bike might have a motor, but these are still some pretty impressive skills!
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Why no helmet in the non-controlled street environment? But his skills are impressive.
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Where will you ride for the first weekend of 2014?
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Anti-cycling bias an old, sad story - Letters - The Boston Globe http://buff.ly/19Yatll
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As City Cycling Grows, So Does Bike Tax Temptation - ABC News http://buff.ly/1cxliLj
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We love hearing these types of cycling narratives. | A year of cycling, my blog in 2013 | BICYCLE DUTCH http://buff.ly/190UTax
It is the last Thursday of the year, so that means my last post for 2013. This is not a regular post but one in which I look back to another year of cycling. This blog has seen an increasing number...
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Beautiful bike! Genesis Equilibrium Disc review - BikeRadar http://buff.ly/190UNj9
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Plan, Ride, Analyze, and Compete
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How do I get started right now?

You can search for a ride in your area on our route search page without logging in. If you want to draw a map, first create an account, then go to our route planner. To upload rides, analyze your data, and compete with others, just create an account and we'll introduce you to those features.

What differentiates Ride with GPS?

Ride with GPS is not a one-trick pony, or a general-purpose tool. We offer a complete software solution for cyclists. Here's how it works in 4 steps:

1.   Plan
Use our route planner or explore our route database to plan your next ride.
2.   Ride
Use our GPS exports or custom PDF cue sheets to navigate along the way.
3.   Analyze
Upload your data, and dive in with our excellent graphing tools and detailed metrics. Drill down to make notes and see your laps and best efforts.
4.   Compete
We'll show you how you stack up against riders in your area, and give you the tools to stage virtual races against anyone riding on the same roads as you. Join in on any of our regular site-wide competitions for free fun, motivation, and prizes.
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