RoadRider wrote: »
All GPX files on a Rider will become a Track
A track is an highly detailed description of the path to follow. This uses a "breadcrumbs" like path with many trackpoints.
A route only uses a few Routepoints so there is more room for different interpretations of the path to take based in maps used, route preferences and GPS brand.
A GPX file can both contain Routes and Track. When you import a GPX file with both a Route and a Track both will de visible on the Rider. Also both will be used as a track. For a route this means a extra conversion so never use the Route version this will have a less accurate description of the intended path.
This is true for both syncing the Track with MYDrive as Track as loading the GPX file on the Rider.
When you want to use real routes for example when you need the fasted route from stop to stop based on current traffic. Do the folowing;
First convert the .GPX route to .ITN and import this on your Rider. For Routes up to 20 Stops (route points / VIA's) you can use the Send Stops feature (after edit route) in MyDrive or "Send ITN Route" on my website.