Now I get to well-and-truly embarrass myself by sharing my OCD road map covering a lot of area near Atlanta, around the Talladega National Forest, and southwest NC/extreme east TN. (My lame excuse is that this gives me something to do when it's raining buckets outside.) To answer the "why?" more honestly: I wanted to do something that got me thinking more actively/creatively about where to ride. I have been looking over many preplanned tracks here (and they're fantastic) and after starting to look at satellite imagery one day, I just started plotting lines, and then it grew into this crazy thing. Not GPX, yet, as I happened to start it on Google My Maps and have been maintaining it there. I'd rather save GPX for actual ride tracks anyway. (GMM can export KML/KMZ though.) Map link. Commentary welcomed, including if it's "you're insane." I've come to terms with that. Line or point descriptions are added where I've been to the location and have commentary for it. I try to keep note of road conditions (with date) for the places I do visit. Individual plotted points in road layers mean that I identified a road to add to the layer, but haven't charted it as line segments yet. Interesting discoveries? Not much. Though after looking in the area around Monticello, GA and the Piedmont NWR south of it, I think I've found one more self-contained playground.