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Riding a bike used to mean knowing the lay of the land. The cyclist of yore would rely on an innate sense of direction and keen memory, striking out onto the open road without so much as a glance at an Ordnance Survey ...Possibly.
Come to think of it, there is the danger of just hanging-out on the same old routes because the real gems are not so easy to find (in between sessions of getting lost).
If your navigation skills have atrophied with the rise of GPS then chances are you need Google Maps to find your own kitchen. And you probably want other people to do all the mental heavy lifting, finding the quickest, quietest and/or most scenic cycle routes for you to enjoy.
Once again, technology comes to our rescue. There are heaps of route planners competing for your attention, and almost all in both web and mobile app form. Many of them are useful, but we know your time is precious, so we tried ‘em, ranked ‘em, and we’re going to give it to you straight: the four very best route planners available to the modern cyclist.
Deciding how best to invest a pension pot cache is anything but childs play, whatever Gideon (Chancellor G Osborne) says. If you’re thinking: an extravagant party, a gold-plated smartphone, an endangered animal as a housepet, then just hold on a moment. Science has confirmed what we all knew deep down anyway -- that the key to happiness is to spend money not on possessions, but on experiences. So we thought we’d take a look at the most common windfall-spends to see which will provide the most (and best) experiences: