The Dash’s on-board maps are color coded to help you determine which paths and roads are best for cycling. The map color coding differentiates between types of roads and paths, including paved and unpaved surfaces.
Here is a guide to some common color markings and symbols used on the maps and courses:
|Dedicated bike lane.|
|Unpaved multi-use path.|
|Waterway or body of water.|
|Path traveled during the current ride.|
|Planned route of the selected course.
Note: For courses with overlapping tracks, the darker blue will indicate the upcoming direction of travel.
|Direction indicator for the selected course.|
|Current location on the map.|
|Turn or POI labeled on the navigation cues.|
|Start and end points of the currently selected course.|
|Map orientation/Heading. See also: Map Orientation.|
|Map scale. Adjust using pan and zoom.|
|Additional points of interest will be labeled on the map, such as restrooms, bike shops, and other important locations.|