RIDER 550 route information

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I have just started using the 550. I have downloaded the routes to the PC. Is there any way of seeing what the time and speed were at any particular location on the route please?
 
If you have access to the resulting *.gpx file, you'll find timestamps associated with each lat/long recorded each second -- that will tell you where/when. You'd need to parse the file and do the math (Excel, whatever) to calculate the speed between points.
 
I have just started using the 550. I have downloaded the routes to the PC. Is there any way of seeing what the time and speed were at any particular location on the route please?
I know this is an old post but thought might be of use for some to know there is an alternative to using excel or doing the math
I use an app called Osmand as a backup/sanity checker for any gpx files I am loading into my TomTom, it is basically a navigation app based on Openstreetmap
You can import a track file into OSmand & it has option to "Analyse on Map" where yo can see the track & scroll through the time of day/mileage/speed
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I am sure there are other apps that do similar, Osmand is a bit of clunky software, but I like it as the Openstreetmap map data can stored on the phone & it means I have a backup navigation device that can be used when no internet available
 
@BMcG
App info appreciated. Like the graphing.

Note that the TomTom GO app also retains maps on the phone and can therefore also be used with no internet connection.
 
@BMcG
App info appreciated. Like the graphing.

Note that the TomTom GO app also retains maps on the phone and can therefore also be used with no internet connection.
@canderson - Osmand - no subscription required :D
& you can edit/improve/update the base OpenStreetMap data yourself which I find very useful to keep track of shuttered/closed fuel stations especially in remote rural areas.
Plus I find having 2 sets of independant data, TomTom & Openstreetmap means if they agree there is a fair chance that they are telling the truth, if they disagree it is lottery time if your getting fuel when you need it 🤣
 

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