That's a lot of POIs :)
I add them as cuepoints. Not every possible stop but every 50 or 100km. Just takes a few hours on a 2000km route. If I really need an extra stop during the race I just use my phone.
Cheers. Really racing for a place must add a lot of stress and an extra layer of difficulty.
It's a shame there is no timeline history for RATN. Would be interesting to see what exactly happened in the race.
The one disadvantage of being in the race is not being able to dotwatch.
My race report: https://cyclingadventurestom.wordpress.com/2019/05/11/the-race-around-the-netherlands-2019/
A race that wasn't mentioned here before I think?
Trans Alba Race: https://www.transalbarace.com/about
1600km, 20.000m elevation.
Lots of beautiful scenery. How is cycling in Scotland?
Lot of banned roads this year?
I did all my routing in RWGPS last year. When a section was done I just uploaded it to Komoot to have a final check with the road surface types and made corrections/changes in RWGPS.
The climb was 10 kms and the last 5 where mostly impossible I thought. When skinny says he rode "most" of it, I would think that's like maybe 1 km of hiking?
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