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I want a small change to the training log

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Jun 2014
11:13pm, 29 Jun 2014
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ChrisHB
Routes are now described as "No specific route" unless we take measures to name them ourselves.

I fancy it would be a straightforward matter to name the towns/villages any route goes through, or the first half of the postcodes (e.g. RH1, RH2). I would find that pretty helpful when I want to look up a previous run. It's not technically difficult, but it might not be possible to do it for free.

Anyone else?
Jul 2014
1:32pm, 1 Jul 2014
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southcoastclaret
I think it might be helpful for bike rides, but most of my routes are all around the same town.

TBH I would rather make my own names up for them - I often identify them by points where I make a key turning etc. rather than by town or village

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