Discussion in 'Bethany Ride' started by alon, Jan 16, 2017.
The weather for Sunday keeps getting better! Partly cloudy with a low chance of rain now! Yeh!
Charge your phone Kev
Oh I have every intention of showing up and riding. Been looking forward to this ride for a while.
Attached is the sign up sheet for the event this weekend. Print it off and fill it in ahead of time if you can. Just make sure you sign it and bring it with you. The more people do the less problems on sunday!!
Weather is now saying Sunny and 13 for Sunday!! Should be a great time.
Where do you get the GPS file? Also how do we get the $5 signup for members?
We publish the route files to preregistration on Thursday and globally on this website on Friday night
$5.00 is for the the Lunch for club members. Please bring your member card to registration and we will settle the amount as required
Hi Guys - Silly question, I know, but could someone let me know the address for where to meet on Sunday?I know its the Port Perry area, but where exactly?
Haugen's Chicken & Ribs Barbeque. hyway 7 south of 7A
Haugens Restaurant as per the flyer posted earlier in this topic.
Hey, I didn't notice - that's me and my fat ass on the Bethany poster (the good looking guy in black and orange)
You are the face of the ODSC Alon.
If that's true then the ODSC is in big trouble
What time should I check back for the gps file, wanna work on it asap. Im not the best with electronics.
Here is the official Routes for the Bethany Dual Sport and Adventure Ride. Was out for the last pre-ride this afternoon.
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Here is the image of the main route:
Is this mostly roads and fast stuff or lots of hard trails? Want to know if I should bring my riding coat or my motocross gear..
I have Garmin basecamp and can't open route. Says its not a supported file. Suggestions please.
This is a Dual Sport ride so expect some roads. That said some of the "unimproved " roads in this area can present some real interesting terrain. There is some mud in places, lots of ruts, and tons of sand. Wear your jacket and any protective gear you have. See the "Ride Details" above for more specific detail.
GPX files are an older file format. We use this so it will work with older units and older versions.
I Tested it here and it seems to work fine.
Try using the import function on the file menu. You must also create and select a folder to insert it into. See image attached
Somtimes its just easier to use the old Mapquest program which you can get for free on the Garmin Website still. Basecamp creates a collection of items which even after using it for years still confuses me sometimes. Mapsource only loads one set of routes at a time.
Here is the ADV ride in visualizer.
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