Hi all I guess I'm here to introduce myself my name is Freddie I'm 57 years young I drive a bus for a living and I'm from Northern Ireland. I have been riding motorcycles for over 30 years starting out on a Honda H100a many years ago. I passed my test and bought a Kawasaki 450 Ltd as I was obsessed with custom bikes. When i started working for ulsterbus there was a few guys working there who shared my interest in biking they all rode sports bikes. I joined them on ride outs on days off but soon discovered I could not keep up with them in the twisties so my first sports bike was purchased a Kawasaki zx6r Ninja god that thing was quick. I currently own a 2012 Honda vfr1200f and a 1999 Kawasaki zx7r. I discovered my route app a while back and recently bought a tom tom rider 550. I'm currently trying to learn how to create routes and export them to my sat nav but it's been a struggle as I'm useless on a computer lol. Anyhow hi to all the forum users.
Welcome to the forum, you will certainly succeed in creating routes in MRA. You have a TomTom, I read, use the TomTom map (if you have a Gold license).
When creating a route, it is important that you put the route points on the road, zoom in completely on the route point.
If you have any questions, there is an English section on the forum, where you can go with all your questions. https://forum.myrouteapp.com/category/11/en-forum-self-service
Suc6 planning your routes! Enjoy.
Hi Freddie, welcome to the Forum!
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@Freddie-Lyttle Welcome Freddie from beautiful Ireland. (listening the Sinead o'connor right now )
MRA has a ton of possibilities but remains surprisingly easy to use.
@Drabslab hi and thank you for the welcome. Good choice of music by the way
@Timo-Martosatiman-MRA Thank you !
Hi @Freddie-Lyttle and welcome to the forum. You have one of the easiest sat navs to export routes to. Firstly, you need to have a TomTom MyDrive account set up. Once you have your route planned out in MRA (tip: fully zoom in to each route point to check that they are positioned correctly on the road) select Save as and then choose TomTom MyDrive (beta). Your route will then travel wirelessly to your Rider 550 without the need to plug it in. Good luck and happy planning.