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Thread: Garmin "Curvy Road" Operation

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    Quote Originally Posted by zimmermanj View Post
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    No you don't. The adventurous routing is a complete disaster on the Garmin, creating ridiculous routes that go so far out of the way it's pathetic.
    But...but...thatís precisely the sort of routing an adventurous rider would want!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zimmermanj View Post
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    No you don't. The adventurous routing is a complete disaster on the Garmin, creating ridiculous routes that go so far out of the way it's pathetic.
    As with everything regarding gps devices and apps, it all depends on many factors, including where you are.
    Pat

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