Two fully signed gravel rides from Nanango known as NAN1 and NAN2.
This is a ride for gravel bikes or MTBs. Click through for the PDF.
The chaps in South Burnett asked me to make this for them. It’s going to be signed – I don’t know when. Click through for the PDF.
The problem with using MapRun under bush canopy is that control sites cannot be seen on Google Earth. They have to be precisely GPS way-pointed on the ground in order to be reliably used in MapRun. In addition MapRun is better suited to score or scatter events than to line events.
Here is my document describing my approach after running a number of events like this. (The software is not yet available for download but I’m happy to do the conversion for you.)
Here is my post about super accurate GPS waypointing.
One of my maps next to a toilet block
Purely by chance I was on my way to Cairns for a holiday on the Tablelands when an enquiry for a school orienteering map arrived. Click for the PDF:
Many runners / walkers, almost no cyclists. Click for the PDF:
I made this map without leaving my chair; Street View helped a little and the many photos and videos online of activities at the camp helped a lot. One day I will drop in and fieldwork it properly. Click for the PDF:
Gillian and I now have stock of the Sixth Edition of our book Where to MTB in SEQ.
More details at www.organisedgrime.com.au.
Here is a document describing how to acquire, set up and use a modern high-accuracy GPS receiver for accuracy better than a metre under canopy.