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08/23/2009| 0 comments
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Route Building and Route Search Added to RoadCycling.com Training Diary Service

We have just added a totally revamped route building and route search system to our RoadCycling.com Training Diary service.

break suggestions, interesting points along the way, or mindful traffic tips. Rate any route with an easy 5-star rating tool and searching will improve to show high-rated routes first.

Review and Rate any Public Route

Share your routes and Publish them to the public route directory

We’ve made it easy to share routes by link (URL), email, through Facebook or Twitter. For any route, just click “Share Route” and you’ll get a simple dialog with all the links. This makes it super easy to build a route and send it to your buddies on where the group ride/run will be happening. Note that the pop-up preview window and the full route editor both have a Share Route button. We also encourage everyone to publish your routes to our public route directory so other community users can benefit from your routes. Just click the Publish Route link to submit your routes to the public directory. Note that you can see all your published routes in the “My Published Routes” library under the Routes section.

Share routes by link, email, Facebook or Twitter

Drag a route onto the calendar

Every route in the system, both in your “My Routes” library (those you build/own) and the “Public Routes” can be dragged onto your calendar for easy scheduling or logging. Come again? Thats right, you can simply drag it onto your calendar to log your workout. Want to plan your next weeks workouts? No problem, you can drag routes onto the Calendar in preparation for your training week ahead.

Drag routes onto your Calendar

Drag route points to adjust the route

A very nice feature of our Route Builder is the ability to adjust the route by dragging any route point. For example, you run the usual “3 mil route” around your neighborhood, but decided during the run to extend it down a different street. No problem, just take the original route, move your mouse over the point and drag it to the appropriate location

Adjust a route by dragging its points

 

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Sure, we have a lot more planned for our routes tools, exports, hitory reports and much more are coming down the pike, but we think you’ll really appreciate all we’ve put into the new routes system now.

Ready to try our routes? Create a FREE RoadCycling.com Training Diary account  (powered by TrainingPeaks) now in 30 seconds, login and check it out!

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