A new Ridelogs feature has been added that enables you to upload a "Track file" that you have captured on your GPS computer. Once uploaded, you can then associate that Track with a Ride Log. A Map will also be created that you can view from either the Ride Logs list, the Tracks list or the Calendar view.
If you have a Garmin or any other brand of GPS computer, simply connect it to your computer and use the Garmin Communicator Software (or equivalent if you have a non-Garmin) to copy the GPX file from the GPS computer to your PC. Then upload this file (extension MUST be .gpx) in the Track Upload screen.
Coming soon will be an iPhone application that will enable you to easily "track" your ride from your iPhone and in a couple clicks upload this track to your Tracks List and add a Ride Log. Even if you don't use the "track" feature of this iPhone app, you can use the app to very quickly and easily log a ride (date, distance, avg speed and any notes). I am in final testing of this iPhone app and will be looking for additional testers. NOTE: it will only work with IOS 7. After testing is complete it will be available on the Apple App Store but for testing purposes, I can email the app to you and you can install it via iTunes. If you are interested in being a beta tester, please let me know.
We’re going back to the Finger Lakes area to enjoy the pleasant riding, spectacular scenery and fine wines. Once again we will be staying at Hobart-William Smith College in Geneva N.Y., which is on the northern tip of Seneca Lake. The accommodations are townhouse units* with 4 or 5 single bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a living room, an unfurnished kitchen and patio. (It is possible, but not easy, to move 2 single beds into one bedroom.) Each person will be given a packet of cue sheets and maps, unless you choose not to receive them, for routes ranging from 15 miles to 90 miles, including some off-road trails.
The Spring Fling has been canceled due to lack of a coordinator. The Spring Fling has been an anual event for as long as any of the Ops Committee can remember. Mark Riordan thinks it has been going on even before he was born.