MRA still rules
Ken Holmes last edited by
I have been using MRA for more than 10 years. Not sure when I started, but at least 4 or 5 Motorcycles ago.
I use a Zumo X2 now and I have tried lots of routing Apps including Basecamp, Tread, Revo, and countless others, but I keep coming back to MRA as it totally rocks.
I ride in the US and traded my last two wheels, BMW RT 1200, for a CanAm RT Limited, but still use MRA. I am almost 80 years old now, still work full time, but I have slowed down some and seldom ride more than 500 miles (800 km) a day on a trip anymore, but MRA gets me there and Zumo finds places to eat, sleep, and get gas. The two are a wicked combination.
I have watched MRA improve over the years and the Web App and SmartPhone App have just got better and better.
Garmin makes great GPS Navigation devices, but their apps, not so much. MRA fills that gap.
Don Stauffer last edited by Don Stauffer
@Ken-Holmes I totally agree! I've just completed a 10 day motorcycle trip with my wonderful wife, daily routes were created in MRA and transferred to my Zumo XT. No issues on the entire trip, and I'm much more able to enjoy the ride when the navigation has already been set.
I do wish to thank all those that work to keep improving MyRoute-App. It's not easy developing and supporting a quality application. The folks at MRA do a great job of supporting the product, solving problems, and listening to all sorts of suggestions. I appreciate the continuous improvement, and the end result is a very impressive product.
And my hat is off to you, Ken! Those are impressive days, regardless of your age! I have an R1200RT, and hope to continue riding it as long as I can keep it upright. On the road I've met a number of folks that 'graduated' to the Can Am, I'm glad that you can continue to enjoy the ride.