I _like_ seeing my GPX tracks on top of current satellite imagery, and the simplest way I know to do that is with Google’s “My Maps”. Unfortunately, Google limits the number of layers (basically a GPX track) you can put on a single map. As such I’ve taken to versioning my maps so that I don’t have to delete old layers.
- I’ve done up a V4 map, but decided not to make it public. There is just too much info in it (March 2018).
- Map DRZ-v1. I’d better track the DRZ (small bike) rides separately. I need to do some more combining of tracks so I can keep more of the old (KLR) rides for reference.
- Map V3. I folded most of the old tracks into a single GPX file with multiple segments. This version shows pretty much everything I’ve ridden (mid 2016), but misses many of the notes on the earlier maps.
- Map V2.
- Map V1. First tracks, I probably deleted some of the notes I had on this before I figured out versioning.
Note: If you want the raw GPX files send me a note.