Planning a curvy motorcycle trip with Kurviger
Kurviger allows you to create a curvy motorcycle trip with ease in only a few clicks. Use the classic route planning approach to find good fun from A to B. Find new roads with the round trip feature. Let us take care of the planning, specify your start and distance and we will come up with a nice round trip.
Easily plan round trips
Generating loop trips is very easy, just select a start and a distance, Kurviger then comes up with a nice motorcycle tour. You can always modify the round trip to adjust the trip to your own liking or regenerate the round trip to get a new proposal. Roundtrips are generated with a mix of randomness, resulting in different routes with every round trip. If you already know in which direction you want to go, you can provide us with an approximate heading. Kurviger will then create a round trip in that direction.
The difference between the fastest, fast and curvy, curvy, and extra curvy route
Kurviger provides four routing modes: fastest, fast and curvy, curvy, and extra curvy. These modes define the road preference and road avoidance settings of Kurviger. The setting fastest route leads you straight to your destination and might use motorways and major highways. Using the fast and curvy route, big parts of the route can be on the motorway, Kurviger will exit the motorway if there is a nice road or a shortcut along the way. The setting curvy route is a good combination of nice slopes, great curves, and city avoidance. The extra curvy setting is quite similar to the curvy route, but will add even more detours to include great slopes and curves, and to avoid cities. So you usually end up on rather small back roads when using the extra curvy route.
Adjusting the route results to your personal riding style
The advanced options menu offers you a lot of possibilities to personalize the trip to your liking. Use avoid using the same road twice, to easily plan loop trips. Kurviger will then try to route you along a unique set of roads, so that there is a minimal duplication of roads. Use avoid toll roads, to minimize your spending while riding. Use avoid ferries, to avoid undesired water crossings, including waiting times at the ferry station. Avoid motorways can be used to completely remove motorways from your route. Even though Kurviger tries to avoid motorways, it will use a motorway to cross a city if there is no better way around the city, to get you back to the curves as fast as possible. This setting is also very useful when calculating the fastest route, but still avoiding the motorway. Use avoid main roads, to calculate routes along small and unused back roads. This feature is used by a lot of adventure riders (adv riders) to create adventurous roads, or by riders that don't like traffic. Use avoid narrow roads, when riding a cruiser or a supersport bike. This setting tries to remove smaller roads from your route. Use avoid unpaved roads, when you prefer paved roads.
Using the Kurviger app
The Kurviger app offers you the route planning functions of the website that you already love. If you want to use our advanced features, like turn-by-turn navigation or offline maps, you can use the in-app Kurviger Pro subscription. To easily get started with the Kurviger app, visit our getting started guide. It is very easy to plan a route using the website and transfer it to the app, see our documentation.
I have a question or a problem. How can I get in touch?
We provide an extensive documentation and a frequently asked questions (FAQ) page. If you cannot find what you are looking for, just head over to our forum, which already contains a lot of information. But feel free to tell us about your experience or question and we will assist you.
Have a nice ride!