More Bicycle Dashboard Updates

I just pushed some new updates to the bicycle dashboard, including multiuser support and the ability to store a map URL for routes.  Currently the multiuser support is limited to just having an account, and if it's public, for other people to view your ride information.  I'm planning to add groups of some sort to allow multiuser reporting, for riding clubs or the like.  I'm still trying to figure out the best way to deal with a couple "weirdnesses" that present themselves, but all the data will continue to be per-rider, so it'll be accessible through whatever group structure I end up implementing.

The route maps stuff is nothing more than  URL field that causes rendering of a 'view' link that loads the URL in a new window.  As such, you can use whatever you want for your maps.  Now that Google Maps has custom rerouting, that's pretty hard to beat for ease of use.  But you can use whatever you want as long as it lives at a public URL.

2 responses to “More Bicycle Dashboard Updates”

  1. Matt Williams

    You're rocking on this Barney. I had to give it a try so I added a couple of rides I did this week. It looks great. Easy enough to use, and fun to go draw stuff on Google too.

    I have about 4 months of data that I'd love to have in there, but it would take a while to enter. I have a lot of different routes as most of my rides are just out on country roads, linking up differently each time.