Thanks to the routing engine gurus at Cyclestreets, the iPhone and Android Bike Hub apps can now work out cycle-friendly routes for a stonking 200 miles, double the previous distance.
Smartphone users should bear in mind that long journeys result in more data being transmitted so a slower response should be expected. The generation of the route and its metadata also takes a little longer.
As 200 miles is probably too far for most cyclists to do in a day – or on one smartphone battery – it’s best to plan such routes on a desktop machine first. Do this on our web-based Cycle Route Planner.