Ever plan a route and when you get out on it, it’s not what you expected? Perhaps you wanted a road rout and the dirt roads are too chewed up for 28mm tires, or you want to do a gravel tour and the route is mostly pavement? This can happen for a number of reasons like outdated Google Earth images. Ride With GPS’ newest tech helps facilitate this by breaking down what surfaces your new route is made of.
There are three surface type categories:
-Paved – Paved surfaces include asphalt, concrete, and chip seal. Paved surfaces are shown as a solid line.
-Unpaved – Unpaved surfaces include gravel, dirt, cobblestones and natural/unimproved trails. Unpaved surfaces are shown as a dashed line.
-Unknown – When there is insufficient data available about a surface it will show up as unknown. Unknown surfaces are shown as an outlined white line.
Check out more details at Ride With GPS!