Prudential Ride London 100 route download for Garmin GPS

Ride 100 route download

The 2017 Ride London 100 route has been announced.

If you’re looking for the Ride London 100 route download for your Garmin, you’ll be disappointed that the official Ride London 100 website doesn’t offer a .gpx download or .tcx download. Only a Ride 100 route map PDF.

We found this annoying because, having the Ride London 100 GPS course on your Garmin GPS helps you identify where the hills are and also how many miles are left on the gruelling Ride London 100 2017 route.

To help, I’ve plotted the full Ride London 100 route and made it available for .gpx download and .tcx download.

When we returned form cycling from London to Cape Town, we took part in the 2016 Ride London 100 with our full panniers!

Prudential Ride London 100 2016 route Garmin GPS download

Ride London 100 TCX Download (2.5 MB)

TCX files are the best format for turn by turn directions on Garmin Edge 500 and Garmin Edge 510. TCX file will provide true turn by turn navigation on the Garmin Edge 800, Garmin Edge 810, Garmin Edge 1000 and Garmin Touring and will include custom cue entries. Not currently optimal for Virtual Partner.

Ride London 100 GPX Download (594 KB)

TCX files are the best format for turn by turn directions on Garmin Edge 500 and Garmin Edge 510. TCX file will provide true turn by turn navigation on the Garmin Edge 800, Garmin Edge 810, Garmin Edge 1000 and Garmin Touring and will include custom cue entries. Not currently optimal for Virtual Partner.

How to Upload Ride 100 London Route Files to Garmin

Download the Ride 100 route for your Garmin 1 these easy steps:

  1. Download the ride 100 route to your computer. Note the location you have saved it to.
  2. Connect your Garmin to your computer, it should be recognised as an additional drive
  3. Click on the Garmin drive to open the folder, you should see a tree with a folder named ‘New files’
  4. Drag your saved GPX file into the ‘New Files’ folder, your computer will transfer the file to your Garmin
  5. Disconnect your Garmin from your computer

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