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hello. I make bike maps for bikes event in Romania. what is your opinions about?

 

I use manifold system, adobe illustrator, photoshop. data: SRTM90 and openstreet.

 

http://florinnastasa...and-fondo-3.jpg

 

http://florinnastasa...e-dealuri-x.jpg


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Very nice!

 

As a cyclist, I'd like to see either an elevation profile or an indication on the map itself about which sections are steep uphill. Also, perhaps an inset map for the parts of the route that go through large cities, such as Bucharest or Ploiesti (even if the numbers in circles are part of a well-signposted bike route network, or if this is an event with clear signposts and people pointing you in the right direction, I can assure you it's still very easy to take a wrong turn)


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The italic number isn't the elevation data?



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thanks for replies. the second map has the elevation data in meters (the italic number) and the arrows indicate if there is up or down. I'll put a legenda.

and it is necesary an inset map  for large cities, thanks






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