Table of contents
Startracker provides you a lot of extra info about your route or recorded track (see below). And you can also give feed-back on it. Read more about Startracker here.
|Appropriateness||Represents the general appropriateness of the roads in the route for a specific route type. The classification is made with the RouteYou Nicest Algorithm.|
|Paved||Represents the portion of the routes which is paved and unpaved based on tagging in Openstreetmap.org.|
|Cycleways||Represents the portion of cycleways in the route based on tagging in Openstreetmap.org.|
|Cobblestones||Represents the portion of roads with cobblestones paving based on tagging in Openstreetmap.org.|
|Traffic load||Indicates the possible traffic load on the roads in the route. The traffic load is based on the road types in the route. In addition, the portion of roads which are car free is indicated. Car free roads are roads created for slow traffic which are not parallel to roads with a heavy traffic load.|
|Noise pollution||Indicates the peace and quietness of your route.|
|Ferry||Indicates ferries along your route based on tagging in Openstreetmap.org|
|Nature landscape||Portion of the route in or near natural areas.|
|Urbanized Area||Portion of the route in or near urbanized areas.|
|In de buurt van water||Portion of the route along or near water.|
The maximum group size gives an indication of the accessibility of the analyzed route for race cyclist groups.
|solo||Unpaved paths were detected along your route. The proposed route is best done solo.|
|small group||Cycleways and smaller road were detected along your route. The route is best accessible for smaller groups.|
|grupetto||Few cycleways and small paths along your route. The route is accessible for larger groups.|
|grupetto with car||No small paths were detected along your route. accessible with car.|
- Describes the general direction of the route. This is calculated as the direction from the startpoint to the furthest point from the startpoint along the route as the crow flies.
- The direction is split up in different direction components. Only components comprising more than 10% of the route are shown.