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    28 maart 2020, de wereld zit midden in de Corona crisis. 😖 Motorrijden begint voor vele rond deze tijd, maar is in sommige landen nu zelfs even verboden! Is er dan niks leuks te melden??


    Vanaf vandaag mag ik me de 1e MyRoute-App Master van de wereld noemen.✔ Dat is toch wel iets om trots op te zijn!

    Begonnen in november 2018 als RouteXpert en sindsdien bijna wekelijks 1 of meerdere reviews per week gemaakt. Waar het RouteXpert programma in 2018 werd opgezet om de MyRoute-App bibliotheek te vullen met mooie routes, en is uitgegroeid tot de beste, mooiste en compleetste routebibliotheek van de wereld!
    Dat is iets waar alle RouteXperts en Mentoren TROTS op ogen zijn!

    Natuurlijk ging het in het begin moeizaam en gaven we elkaar (gewild of ongewild) feedback om zowel de routes als de reviews naar een hoger niveau te tillen, zo werden de regels door de Mentoren aangescherpt en zorgde Timo voor nieuwe handleidingen en werd het forum geboren, waar ook de RouteXperts en Mentoren dagelijks actief zijn.

    Met de komende vernieuwingen in het achterhoofd, kan het alleen maar nog beter en nog mooier worden. 👍

    Natuurlijk mag ik het MyRoute-App Team niet vergeten hier te vermelden, want zonder hun luisterend oor, technische inbreng en de zorg dat achter de schermen alles door blijft draaien, maakt het mede mogelijk dat wij als RouteXperts door kunnen gaan. 👏


    March 28, 2020, the world is in the middle of the Corona crisis. 😖 Motorcycling starts for many around this time, but is now even prohibited in some countries! Is there nothing nice to report ??

    YES! 😜

    From today I can call myself the 1st MyRoute-App Master of the world. ✔ That is something to be proud of!

    Started in November 2018 as RouteXpert and since then made 1 or more reviews per week almost every week. Where the RouteXpert program was set up in 2018 to fill the MyRoute-App library with beautiful routes, it has become the best, most beautiful and most complete route library in the world!
    That is something all RouteXperts and Mentors are PROUD of!

    Of course in the beginning it was difficult and we gave each other (wanted or unwanted) feedback to take both the routes and the reviews to a higher level, so the rules were tightened by the Mentors and Timo provided new manuals and the forum was born , where the RouteXperts and Mentors are also active daily.

    With the upcoming innovations in mind, it can only get better and more beautiful. 👍

    Of course I cannot forget to mention the MyRoute-App Team here, because without their listening ear, technical input and the care that everything continues to run behind the scenes, it also makes it possible for us as RouteXperts to continue. 👏


  • Gefeliciteerd! Meer dan verdiend ook. Ik zie in steeds meer gereviewde routes jouw naam terugkomen. Waardevol in mijn MRA-beleving.

  • @Hans-van-de-Ven-RouteXpert


    MRA seems to be on a winning path, and that is also because of people dedicating time to it "beyond the call of duty".

    So, as a user, thanks!

  • @Drabslab

    In addition,

    This route library is great and a real inspiration for going of "the beaten path".

    But (there is always a but ... 🙂 ).

    *In the middle of the French Alps I once met a guy with a Harley Davidson. The motorcycle was parked in the middle of the road, and the guy was sitting next to it. I had no other option but to stop as "the road" was a super twisty path normally only used by locals, probably with very small cars. Up to that point, and with my KTM, I had already taken a few corners in two phases: take half of the corner, stop, let the bike roll back a bit, then forward again.

    I got onto that road because the first kilometers were not that bad, the view was fabulous, and I had not found an opportunity yet to safely turn the bike and go back.

    Anyway, my horse does really well under difficult circumstances but a Harley??

    The guy (from Paris) also took that road by mistake, got exhausted and terrified of falling over (and the area did NOT accommodate a fall). Cutting a long story short, we continued together until the first opportunity to turn around, I helped him to turn his bike around, and we descended again.*

    This only to illustrate that it could perhaps be a useful feature if routes could get a more or less objective "difficulty rating" as to avoid that users pick roads they can't handle. i know that nobody here is responsible for users getting on roads they can't handle but ...

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    @Drabslab Generally speaking, if a route contains any tricky sections like you mention or gravel roads or roads without protection from drop offs, this will be mentioned in the route description.

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  • @Hans-van-de-Ven-RouteXpert

    I've looked at it and it shows that the level that you are using MRA is far beyond what I am able to do 🙂

    It may be the same for driving, I wonder where "Average mountain experience required" fits in my skill set 🙂 🙂

  • @Hans-van-de-Ven-RouteXpert Gefeliciteerd Hans. Het zal nog wel enige tijd duren voor de volgende RouteXpert het niveau van Master heeft bereikt. Voor de MRA community ben jij en zul je wel een keyplayer blijven. Chapeau!

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