I have been using Locus for years. Easy peasy. Just push the "record track" feature in the app and as your exploring the wilds of wherever you are a thin red line appears on the map. When you are ready to save the track, you push the stop button, then save, name the track and you can put a description down. In the future the track is available and you can choose to "hide it" or to show it on the map. I record all my dirt, gravel and single-track adventures so I can go back and enjoy them again. My single track is on my XT250, not the Himalayan. You can email the tracks or receive tracks in your email from others, when you click on the attachment in your mail, the locus program opens up and displays the track.