Riding Own GPS routes

Dogtrousers

Kilometre nibbler
The tacx training app does. Unfortunately it's a premium only feature.

RGT allows you to upload a gpx and create what they call a Magic Road. That too is a premium feature and there may be other constraints that RGT experts could add.

So yes, they do exist but the ones I know about require paid subscriptions. There are probably others.
 
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Solocle

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Wahoos can emulate a GPX route, and they'll use your altimeter data too I think.

If you use a route builder GPX, you often end up hitting glitches which cause an insane gradient...
 

Dogtrousers

Kilometre nibbler
A bit of googling suggests you can also do this with TrainerRoad, Bkool and Rouvy. But I don't know anything about them.

Come to think of it I've also done it by using my Garmin 530 to control the trainer. I only did that once, to see if it would work, which it did. I promptly forgot about it.
 

Ming the Merciless

There is no mercy
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Inside my skull
The tacx training app does. Unfortunately it's a premium only feature.

RGT allows you to upload a gpx and create what they call a Magic Road. That too is a premium feature and there may be other constraints that RGT experts could add.

So yes, they do exist but the ones I know about require paid subscriptions. There are probably others.
Constraint of no more than 100km. But that usually enough. Means you can make an audax up of the segments between controls. In between turbo sessions you visit garage forecourts, sit on bbq charcoal , and eat ginsters pasties
 
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