Indiana Ice Breaker Ride 2012

Discussion in 'GPS Tracks - Central, Texas & Gulf States' started by BigDogAdventures, Mar 21, 2012.

  1. BigDogAdventures

    BigDogAdventures Fart Letter

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    Here is the gps file for this ride-----it includes both the Indiana and Kentucky tracks.
    The tracks have been reduced so they should fit in most gps's.

    The thread for this ride is below---please read it for all info.
    http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=751582


    I have completely renamed and combined some tracks--11 in total---they are named as follows.
    The 4 below are road tracks.

    1 Road South Indiana---rode ride South in Indiana---Saturday
    2 Road South Kentucky--rode ride South in Kentucky--Saturday
    3 Road North Kentucky---rode ride North in Kentucky---Sunday
    4 Road North Kentucky--rode ride North in Indiana---Sunday--back to start.

    The other 7 Gravel tracks you can take as you please.
    They mostly just get off the road tracks for a bit and then rejoin it.
    They are:

    GR IN North
    GR IN South
    GR KY 1
    GR KY 2
    GR KY 3
    GR KY 4
    GR KY 5


    Road tracks are magenta in color.
    Gravel tracks are cyan in color.

    Piece of cake !!!

    Big Dog

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  2. mbabc

    mbabc Curmudgeon trainee

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    Shoot! I'm glad a grown up's in charge here.

    Thanks again Mark.
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  3. TooSlow4U

    TooSlow4U 2 Wheel Wonder Rider

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    Thanks Mark. Will load up the revised tracks tomorrow. I just got my replacement GPS from Garmin today. Had a ton of crappy luck with the Nuvi 1490T series. After 4 of them in a row went bad since August of last year, I was able to persuade them to help me out and switch out of that series. The biggest issue was the constantly losing connectivity to the 12V power source. The one that they replaced it with is a 2460LT. Will give this one a shot, hope for the best and see how long it lasts. If this one dies, I think I'll most likely try some sorta marine chartplotter/GPS unit.
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  4. KneeKicker

    KneeKicker Long timer

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    Thats what I'm talking about easy cheesie:clap
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  5. BigDogAdventures

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    I don't think the gps you have bought will store track logs---that is pretty much the case with automotive gps's.

    Mark
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  6. keeponriding

    keeponriding Been here awhile

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    What's magenta and what's cyan?

    When I went to school the crayola's came in red, green, yellow, blue and white (which was only good for eating as I recall)
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