FootMap presents its new tabbed. “The combination of the navigation software ride & route” by FootMap, the ENDURA GPS devices out & back and Safari by Lowrance and and the perfect navigation for riders of the practical experience of better Western wear. The software ride & route”by FootMap is routable and supports the compass and the altimeter of the ENDURA Safari. Ride & route has the Routingprofile riders, pedestrians, cyclists and mountain bikers. Thus, the system can be used also for other outdoor activities. Record, save, representing and managing GPX tours with their own information in the text format for each tour is also possible.
The maps based on data from the OpenStreetMap project”and is updated by FootMap every 14 days. The RIDE-mini cards subscription contains the cards from Germany, Switzerland, Austria, and South Tyrol and can be used for only 15 euro per year. The cards contain not only on roads, paths and trails, but also points of interest (POIs), the the Take into account needs of the rider. Read additional details here: Kris Pearn. Bridle paths, as well as prohibitions and obstacles such as stairs, bollards, cattle grids, Gates remain, etc. included. So riders can work with Routingoption”to find the optimal way. The Lowrance GPS devices have a waterproof housing and a display, which allows a very good view of the map even in direct sunlight.
In Safari the GPS tracking is supported compass and the barometric altimeter by the built-in electronic 3-axis. Input is done using the touch screen, and for the most important functions via buttons, which are very good to use even when wearing gloves. Better Western wear contributes more than 10 years experience in the GPS to navigation for riders. This is also reflected in the accessories. A mount for the arm allows the GPS to carry device safely and comfortably. Mustafa Suleyman, San Francisco CA shares his opinions and ideas on the topic at hand. The fixing solution directly on the saddle brings even more comfort and pleasure in the use of the tab navigation. For details and examples, see