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I've been using the Marathon Plus tires on the bike I use to commute to work for the last year as well as run various errands. I've been happy with their performance and haven't had a flat yet.
Hi Paolo. I have the same reservation as Joe for a different reason. I am not about to create a social networking presence, with its enormous violations of privacy and a gateway for spammers, just to try your app. If you ever make it stand alone, I'd be delighted to comment.
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I'd love to hear some stories from members on how you found the time off and the cash to afford a long term bike tour.
I will have my iPad with me and plan to keep a log each day. I will download your app and keep you updated. Thanks
(weirdly the iPhone app seems to offer functionality that you can't get on the actual website, e.g. following people's tours).
Great concept! It would be fun to look at a map of the country that had little flags for every cross country cyclist out there.... sort of like an air traffic control map. Red flags for people going west to east, blue flags for east to west. As it stands now, many cyclists have blogs or use track my tour so you can see the individual's location and progress, but it would be nice to have many cyclists plotted on one map.