Everyone says you will be on their blog, these guys actually put us on.
Feeling was mutual guys, loved your attitude.
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Thinking about quiet rides when I drive across the country this summer I came upon this on Trails.Com. Now all I have to do is find something free with a few more comments. http://www.trails.com/toptrails.aspx?area=12399
Did this ride Memorial Day, 2009 for the first time.
I tried to input it via MapMyRide.com which put out a nice map, but was miserable to work with as I was using the free version and not the paid version so every point you edit it scrolls off the screen. So far, that leaves me with Google Maps and that became as time consuming as anything else. So far, 30 minutes wasted and no maps. Great tools out there, but is it any wonder they are robustly used.
From the book Rubber To The Road a web site Rubber to the Road is produced by Dave Guettler. Ride information for this website is compiled and written by Jacob Erker. Rides from the print series by Peter Marsh and Otis Rubottom.
I did the Find the Gnomes ride which has a detailed map at GPSies.com http://www.gpsies.com/map.do?fileId=jrprsomieuxgofth.
Megan went with me and we did not see one Gnome AND I missed the left hand turn on Skyline after Germantown Rd and so cut the ride short.