This is done from the app. Go to the Account tab, you will see a little gear icon next to the log out button. Click on this and you can change to your desired unit of measurement.
On the website, click on the thumbnail of the ride from the dashboard. This is the ride details page. Below the large map there are three buttons. Share, Download GPX and Delete. We would go with the delete button to delete the ride 🙂
From the rides tab, select the ride you don’t want. In the top right corner is an “Edit” option. Select that and click on the trash can to delete the ride.
This is a surprisingly common question we did not think would be an issue.
REVER is our way of revving your engine, rev rev to get REVER. It does not have a long e sound like reever.
This is a Premium Feature but it’s super easy. Just click the button on the ride detail page that says ‘Download GPX’. This will turn your ride into a .gpx file that you can download to your computer. From there you’ll need to plug in your GPS device and transfer the .gpx file to it. You may need to use Garmin Basecamp or MapSource to do this if you have a Garmin.
Of course. Rever works anywhere. There is a whole bunch of handy features that you will enjoy no matter where you live in the world.
If you have planned a route in a program like Basecamp or Mapsource, you can easily add that planned route to your Planned Rides in Rever. Our system will accept .gpx or .kml files. Just drag and drop into your profile, or search for a file on your computer using our “upload” button.
You can use our app just like a GPS to navigate along your favorite roads. Even when your cell signal is gone the GPS receiver in most modern smartphones will still send a signal so your little blue location dot will show up on your phone.
Aside from the awesome ability to see immediately see how fun a specific road is, there is a whole bunch of awesome stuff in for premium members. Go here to see all the features.
Butler Maps are the experts on motorcycle roads and destinations. They are the guys who ride and classify all the best paths. Its road content is part of the Premium features of Rever. They also make printed maps, which you can learn more about here.
It takes a long time to ride every road and distill out the good stuff. Hundreds of thousands of miles so far. Fear not, the guys at Butler Maps are constantly working to find the best roads and a soon as they do they will show up here. In fact they will show up here long before they get published on a printed Butler Map. Yet another great reason to upgrade to premium.
Constantly. That’s the beauty of technology. If we hear about a road getting paved, washed out, closed or opened we can update that instantly.
That’s how Butler tells you which roads are better than others. Here is an easy way to think of it. (orange) Good road, (red) Better road, (Gold) Best road. Don’t ever pass up a gold highlighted road. Those are the most dramatic, scenic and smile-inducing roads on the planet.
Absolutely. If you ride anything with a throttle Rever is the place to connect with like-minded riders to find awesome places to ride, even in the dirt.
The short answer is they ride ‘em all. They’ve spent years researching and riding roads as well as perfecting the art of rating different segments of tarmac. If it’s good road Butler Maps knows about it and it shows up on Rever for you to interact with. If a road isn’t highlighted, it doesn’t mean it didn’t get ridden, it just means it did not meet Butler’s criteria for awesomeness.
Think of it as Good (orange), Better (red), Best (Gold). Don’t ever pass up a Gold highlighted road. Those are the most dramatic, scenic and smile-inducing roads on the planet.
It’s free to create an account to start planning and sharing rides. We also have a Premium Membership for $ 59.99 / year or $ 5.99 / month. Learn more about the benefits of premium membership here.