Originally Posted by Hayduke
It is super easy to use, Dave. I think this is the best way to use it. Ride a loop, import the tracks, create a roadbook. Add details you remember.
Thanks Duke! I think this method is the easiest for people who live near the route and also when getting it absolutely perfect isn't essential.
Routes that we use for training or routes that HogWild develops for others to follow require a pre-running step, to record exact mileage and minute details. And he doesn't live near the routes. So, for that scenario it's best to draw the route, then go run it and take notes/corrections, then enter the corrections into the computer afterwards.
Regardless, we designed the software to work either way.
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