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« on: February 23, 2017, 07:03:31 PM »

ADVTracks.eu is a place for adventure bikers, motorcycle tourists, and everyone in between. We’ve decided to share our motorcycle travelling stories, practical information, photos/videos and GPS tracks with everyone. Join, pick a country or a region, download a GPS track and ride!

We hope ADVTracks.eu will develop into a community of adventure and holiday riders and we welcome everyone who loves exploring Europe on two wheels. It doesn’t matter where you’re headed, what matters is that you share! Read and upload your own ride reports, GPS tracks, route suggestions, and practical tips as well as photos and videos from your rides.

ADVTracks.eu is designed exclusively for motorcycle riders. Our main purpose is to become a reliable social network of motorcycle riders, where members share their GPS tracks as well as their riding experience, adventures, advice, and where they can find new friends and riding buddies.

This project is young, and it‘s managed by a very enthusiastic team of adventure riders.

ADVTracks.eu perks:
- Open, quick and easy registration using native ADVTracks.eu user accounts, Facebook or Twitter social network accounts.
- Page uses OpenStreetMap (OSM) because it is open source, community-driven map which has more off-road tracks and highest accuracy as it‘s beeing updated more frequently. These are the main reasons for choosing OSM instead of Google Maps.
- All posts have access control – open (everybody can see it), private (only owner can see it) and hidden (only users with URL can see it).
- Three types of markers can be added to GPS tracks – photo, Youtube video, and text. Marker count is not limited.
- Ability to follow and be followed by other users
- Unlimited count of GPS track markers
- Unlimited count of photos in photo gallery

check out:
www.advtracks.eu
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« Reply #1 on: February 23, 2017, 11:47:23 PM »

MrDonas, thank you for joining RideDualSport and telling us about Advtracks! It sounds like a very exciting project!
Very cool that you are using OpenStreetMap.
I will check it out!
Cheers, Kosmic
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« Reply #2 on: February 28, 2017, 11:59:07 AM »

MrDonas, thank you for joining RideDualSport and telling us about Advtracks! It sounds like a very exciting project!
Very cool that you are using OpenStreetMap.
I will check it out!
Cheers, Kosmic

Thanks for your replay. For now we are working hard on webstie update. I will let your community know about. After update advtracks.eu will have more great features.
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« Reply #3 on: March 08, 2017, 09:12:56 AM »

ADV Tracks: GPX sharing website and community

Riding is ridiculous fun. But knowing where to ride isn’t always that easy: while there are lots of destination suggestions, ride reports and detailed travelers’ blogs out there, what if you just want to download a GPS file and go? The good news is, the final version of ADVTracks has arrived – and we’re here to help.

ADVTracks is the new platform of motorcyclist – friendly social media. Our website enables adventure riders to upload GPX tracks, photos, videos and ride reports and share them with everyone. Riders are welcome to browse tracks from all over the world and download them straight to their navigation devices – completely free of charge!

How does it work? The registration (also available via Facebook/Twitter/Google) takes less than forty seconds. Once the user is registered, he or she then creates a profile and can start browsing and downloading GPS files of both on and off - road tracks from anywhere in the world. Members can follow and like each other’s tracks, photos, videos, and ride reports, and chat to each other on the instant messenger.

ADVTracks is:
Community driven. As the number of our membership grows, so does the database of available GPX tracks!
Diverse. We store GPX tracks from all over the world including such adventure riding destinations as Bolivia, Bhutan, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Afghanistan, and so on. You name it – we’ve got it!
Easy to use. ADV Tracks has the look and feel of a new social media platform with instant access to other members’ profiles and GPX tracks, ‘like’ and ‘follow’ functions, instant messenger, and privacy settings: your ride report, photos and GPX tracks can be public, private, or shared private (only members with a special link can view it). The updated ‘search’ function now allows members to find specific GPX tracks using keywords, countries, cities, and so on in the search criteria.
Completely free of charge. There are no fees to register and download the GPX tracks!
Mobile – friendly. With our new, update mobile version, members can now comfortably browse using their mobile devices.

Because we aim to make GPX sharing as fun and as easy as possible, we’ve also included such member profile functions as the ability to include and promote their Facebook, Instagram, and other social media profiles.
ADVtracks is all about the global adventure riding community. We aim to provide an easy, instant way to download GPX tracks of the most amazing riding destinations in the world and share the best rides with everyone.

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« Reply #4 on: March 15, 2017, 06:58:47 AM »

Ampoi Valley and Arieşului Valley

The water courses draining the eastern Apuseni Mountains, Ampoi and Arieş Rivers, define this circuit. In addition to the landscape, there are all the attractions from Rimetea basin and Citadel Alba Carolina. The city of Alba Iulia begins this route and the main objective of the city is the bastionary citadel equipped with three defence systems, shaped like an irregular heptagon, with 7 bastions bestowing the star shape.

Full description and free to download GPS track from Romania - www.advtracks.eu
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« Reply #5 on: March 17, 2017, 01:21:11 PM »



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Post your ride report track on our website and WIN Motonaut prizes.​


How to enter?

Share your track right now on advtracks.eu

Who will win?

The winners will be annouced on April 30, 2017 on our Facebook page. The track that gets most Like will be the first winner. The second winner will be elected by Motonaut and advtracks.eu united committee.

What will I win?

Winners will get Motonaut Extreme Basic system and Recovery Strap.

Some hints on how to win:

1. Write interesting, intriguing and useful track overview;
2. Don't forget to upload some pictures into photo galler;
3. Add few text markers on track with interesting places or spots;
4. Share it on social networks and invite friends to share Your track and click Like button at the bottom of the page.

JOIN NOW!
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« Reply #6 on: March 27, 2017, 05:50:59 PM »

Adventure tracks from Georgia by Tengri Pro team:

- Georgia (Tbilisi-Kazbegi(Stepantsminda)-Gergeti Trinity Church)
- Georgia (Tbilisi-Shatili-Mutso)
- Georgia, Svaneti (Mestia to Ushguli)
- Georgia, Svaneti (Mestia to Koruldi lakes)
- Georgia, Tbilisi-Vashlovani-Tbilisi
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« Reply #7 on: April 06, 2017, 08:03:20 AM »

Greece: Karpenisi - Fourna - Agrafa

That's a really beautiful route through the dense fir forests of the area. It's more enjoyable on a light enduro bike but it would be possible even on a bigger on-off bike. It can take up to 8 hours of slow pace riding.

Free GPX track to download, full story and gallery - www.advtracks.eu
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« Reply #8 on: May 24, 2017, 06:27:22 AM »

Burro Schmidt Tunnel & McIver's Cabin

We rode up to McIver's Cabin which I had not been to since 2011. Very technical ride to the top then back down again but worth it.

Download this awesome track and ride it!
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« Reply #9 on: May 24, 2017, 07:08:48 PM »

In case you missed article about our website in last MEMRider issue, I repost it here:

ADV Tracks: Riders Coming Together To Build a GPX Base

Riding is ridiculous fun. But knowing where to ride isn’t always that easy: while there are lots of destination suggestions, ride reports and detailed travelers’ blogs out there, what if you just want to download a GPS file and go?

‘This question has been on my mind for quite some time now. All those adventure riding blogs and forums out there are great for inspiration. But very often, I’d read a post or a discussion about a particular ADV ride and wonder, how cool would it be if I could just download a track without having to research the maps first? Simply find a destination or a route that I wanted to ride, and get the GPX file of that exact same ride without fuss. And that’s exactly why ADV Tracks was born’, - says Gediminas Cicinskas, co-founder of ADV Tracks.

‘We talked the idea over with my brother, and decided to make it even better: create an online GPX base which would also serve as a social media platform for adventure riders. That way, you could either simply share GPX files or also upload photos, videos and ride reports. In addition to that, members of the ADV Tracks platform can chat with one another on instant messenger, keep up to date with the newest tracks, and follow each other’s journeys. It’s like ADV Rider meets Facebook… only better!’.
How does it work? The registration (also available via Facebook) takes less than forty seconds. Once the user is registered, he or she then creates a profile and can start browsing and downloading GPS files of both on and off - road tracks from anywhere in the world.

From Bhutan to DR Congo

According to Gediminas, ADV Tracks is growing exponentially. ’The whole project is completely community-driven. As the number of our membership grows, so does the database of available GPX tracks. We now store GPX tracks from all over the world including such adventure riding destinations as Bolivia, Bhutan, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Afghanistan, and so on. You name it – we’ve got it!’.

ADV Tracks resembles an adventurous mix of Instagram and Facebook for riders: it’s easy to use, members get instant access to other members’ profiles and GPX tracks and can enjoy the ‘like’ and ‘follow’ functions and instant messenger. There are different privacy settings: your ride report, photos and GPX tracks can be public, private, or shared private (only members with a special link can view it). The updated ‘search’ function now allows members to find specific GPX tracks using keywords, countries, cities, and so on in the search criteria.

Click and go

‘ADV Tracks is created by riders, for riders. There are no fees to register or download the GPX tracks.With our new, update mobile version, members can now comfortably browse using their mobile devices, too.Because we aim to make GPX sharing as fun and as easy as possible, we’ve also included such member profile functions as the ability to include and promote their Facebook, Instagram, and other social media profiles, - says Gediminas.
ADV Tracks is all about the global adventure riding community. ‘We aim to provide an easy, instant way to download GPX tracks of the most amazing riding destinations in the world and share the best rides with everyone!’
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