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I may get mod'ed out, but:You don't have to worry about being mod'ed out. My hunch is that your comment has not yet been approved, not deleted. Due to the amounts of spam we receive we choose to not post comments live as soon as they are submitted. I apologize if you feel that your comment was not displayed intentionally. The change in width of the overall site was due to large amounts of negative feedback over the years about that original design being so narrow and the wasted screen real estate.
I find it interesting that I submitted a comment on the blog entry announcing the new Adventure Cycling web site, questioning the web developer's choice to require a wider display than the previous version. Again, that decision makes it much more difficult to use on a small screen. Somehow that comment evaporated. I can only assume someone decided that was objectionable -- that fits the pattern of the editor's response to a letter I wrote to AC magazine a while back.
I really prefer to be able to see honest, polite disagreement than sycophantic yodeling over poor decisions. It's a shame my preference isn't shared by the management.
To the OP point of mobile. My problem is the things I want to do from the road, using my smartphone, is check the road closures etc on the forums here and the map addendum. I suppose it can be done but it is tedious.
Another side issue I have is the map's addendum is done monthly which seems less than dynamic to me. Not to mention that fist full of cards to report changes that comes with the maps.
I have exchanged emails with ACA on this issue but it seems that I cannot convey my point that the membership is largely travelers who have or will have smartphones. As I related to ACA I cannot believe any organization, today, would build a website without some consideration of mobile. Especially an organization for travel.
I-90 isn't ridable for cyclists.I-90 is not desirable riding for most people, but it is legal as far as I know. Am I missing something?
We promoted both of these sites when they were launched on the Adventure Cycling blog and the Bike Bits e-newsletter. There are also links on the Adventure Cycling website homepage to both resources on the right hand side. In the future I'll try to post new items like these in the forums as well.http://bikeovernights.org is also another Adventure Cycling Association site worth checking out if you have not already.Nope, never seen that one either. Looks very cool!
Why do you people hide these things so well???
http://bikeovernights.org is also another Adventure Cycling Association site worth checking out if you have not already.If your looking for ride reports and or journals you might want to check out http://bicycletravelbloggers.org for daily inspiration and entertainment.Wow, I'd never heard of this. And the bigger surprise was to see that it is sponsored by Adventure Cycling!
Impressive stuff, Seth. Thanks for taking the trouble to get it out here.I agree! Thanks