Well, not exactly. But www.routeslip.com is a great way to track the elevation of your rides and figure out the most efficient ride. It is designed for bicycles so you might want to make a note on your map that this not good for biking on.
Consider it constructive criticism, and I understand that it's for biking (and in Beta-testing), so I appreciate its value, but I found myself yelling obscenities at the screen while using this! I expected a mapquest-sytle route finder instead of "as the bird flies" -- expect to enter every turn.
On a 200-mile trip, inputting the the turns would be a nightmare.
For the average daily communte, the extra work would be worth it, but...
It doesn't find the lowest elevation change or most downhill on the ways out and back.
You have to consider the traffic variables using other resources, so you can use your momentum to its advantage.
Sorry to poop on anyone's birthday cake.
Well, I like it. And yes it can be a pain mapping out a long route.
It might not be the ultimate, but i challenge anybody to find something better. Because I would love to see it.
Don't get me wrong Kick, it's a good program and a good tool to find elevation changes in a trip -- in fact, once I stop swearing at it, I'll probably plug-in my usual commutes. I was just in a foul mood whilst using it. Good find.