How To Map Your Bike Tour With Twitter

May 1st, 2012 3 comments

Want a super-easy way to share your next bike tour with friends? Then check out TweetedTrips.com – a website that places your Twitter updates on a map.


All you have to do is enter your Twitter username and then all your geo-located Tweets will be placed on a map. If your Tweets don’t have location data, you can add them manually to the map. The map can then be embedded on your blog.

TweetedTrips.com was created by two bike tourists: Pete & Ian.

There are a number of other similar ‘plot my route’ tools but, quite frankly, we found them all a bit clunky and/or requiring expensive GPS adventuring equipment. We wanted something easy, simple and quick to set-up and manage but we couldn’t find it… so we made it ourselves.


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3 Responses to “How To Map Your Bike Tour With Twitter”

  1. Aushiker says:

    Looks like a neat tracking idea if you have mobile phone access. Not so great in some parts of Australia for example.

  2. Paul says:

    I made a promise to myself not ever to succumb to ‘tweeting’. Don’t get it, don’t see the point. But now however, that map feature looks useful. It will mean I have to tweet though. No, can’t do it. Have only just started on Facebook, that’s enough for anybody over 40.

  3. James Langford says:

    This looks great, but I don’t have a blog. Can I publish it on Facebook?

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