Wrong, cyclestreets.net is a cycling specific route planning site, which does have 'Cyclist paths' and alternatives to busy roads and complex junctions.jimboalee said:As I was so severley scolded a few months ago, I shall now agree with what was said THEN...
They are NOT 'planning' sites. They are 'ANALYSIS' sites.
They are NOT designed to be 'route planners', but merely facilities where a cyclist can review and analyse the route they have BEEN.
For route planning, consultation with Ordnance Survey and local council pdf leaflets will inform you of any 'Cyclist paths' and alternatives to busy roads and complex junctions.
It looked a bit different this site so I thought I would plot tomorrows ride on it.youngoldbloke said:
If it will annoy you even more, if I decide to ride to some town somewhere ( for instance Wolverhampton. Sorry W, "City". ) I will select Wolverhampton on my Garmin and follow the pink line.HJ said:
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