Cyclists Now Use Interactive Route Descriptions on their iPod Classics

Portland, OR – TimeStream Software, along with River City Bicycles,
announces the new “Rubber to the Road” Notescast for theiPod Classic, iPod Video and iPod nano
. Available as a free download from the Notescast web site, Portland
bike riders can now explore 44 stunning new bike rides throughout
Portland, Oregon using their iPods as a guide to read interactive route
descriptions and turn by turn directions, complete with photos.

“Since many riders bring their iPods with them when they ride, we
realized this would be a perfect application of the Notescast concept.”
said Mike Westby of Portland’s TimeStream Software. “Now riders can use
that same iPod as an interactive guide to explore new bike rides
throughout the Portland metro area.” The new “Rubber to the Road”
Notescast presents 44 classic Portland bike rides to such destinations
as:

  • Council Crest
  • Multnomah Falls
  • Columbia River Gorge
  • Boring
  • Lake Oswego
  • Mt. Scott
  • Happy Valley
  • Canby
  • Oregon City
  • Bull Run
  • St. Johns
  • Larch Mountain
  • And more

Developed by TimeStream Software and presented by River City
Bicycles, the new “Rubber to the Road” Notescast is based upon the
popular “Rubber to the Road” bicycle ride guide by David Guettler,
Jacob Erker, Peter Marsh and Otis Rubottom.

Device Requirements:

  • Compatible with iPod Classic, iPod Video and iPod nano – Windows and Macintosh formatted.

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