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Old 11-10-2012, 04:59 PM   #22
gqelements
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Originally Posted by Craneguy View Post
Mapfactor Navigator
Navit

Those were the first 2 results from a Google search. The first one looks pretty good.
Copilot looks pretty good too; I just wish they covered Mexico.

Edit: Just found another: Sygic. Fully offline and uses TomTom maps.
I use Sygic on an S2 (mounted on the tripples via Ultimate Addons case/mount) and so far it worked great on over half dozen 2500-4000km trips...

I would suggest breaking the route into day trips and planning by selecting start/end points and then adding 'travel via' points (my routes aren't typically direct :) )....

Nice option (for road bikes) is ability to avoid dirt roads as part of route planning...
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