~TABASCO~ said:I know the road(s)... Ill be doing that loop AGAIN ! ::008::
Post it up man......
Ok so far I have a few hard, tight ATV type tracks. They can be challenging, especially if the water is up or if there was a recent rain. Most of what I have is county and forrest road, groomed and not a lot of clay. More gravel and rocky, the water crossings should be good. Typically I mark away around if they are not concrete bottom. But if there is moss.......yep they get slick. So right now I have worked up 4 good loops and a route to the Big Cat Refuge.
What do you need to know about tracks and GPS. Well I keep mine under 500 points, I have a 60CSX and that is a limitation. They are GDB file but you can change them to GPX and load them to the most any GPS. I will provide them, you need to look them over and be responsible for loading them yourself. I don't know everything there is to know about Garmin and BC or Mapsource but I know a few things and I will help out. I mark gas and food, nice over looks and whatnot. I typically ride 250 300 miles a day unless there is a lost of asphalt. Then I ride more, most loops have a place to eat and get fuel. CARRY CASH. A LOT OF PLACES DONT TAKE CREDIT CARDS AND AN OUT OF STATE CHECK????? NO WAY. There is an ATM in Jasper and one north of the hub, also beer and alcohol just north as well.
When you see them most of the route is blue,if there is a red section, hard or harder. Bypass are green, more than one option I make a different color.
If there is a low turn out I will email them out to the folks that sign up, right now the track has been downloaded more than there are members signed up