Dualsport Australia Vol 1 – The Great Divide

Dualsport Australia presents easy-to-use CD software designed to get you on the trail of adventure.

Over 2,000km of scenic backroads between Woodenbong and Moonan Flat including fuel distances, road conditions, accommodation contact numbers, Google Map links, GPS files (GPX, KML), Smartphone compatible and ever-reliable ready-to-print 60mm route sheets you can discover the Great Dividing Range of northern NSW with confidence and pleasure.

Get away and see the Great Dividing Range of northern NSW. Time to live the dream and ride!

PC Software – Compatible with Microsoft Windows 10™, Microsoft Windows 8™, Windows 7™, Windows XP™ and  Windows Vista™. Internet and Adobe Reader Required for some features.

Shipping within Australia is $5
For overseas shipping enquires email dualsportaustralia@gmail.com

Vol 1 - The Great Divide
Vol 1 - The Great Divide
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$29.95

17 comments

  • marty on November 4, 2014 at 7:13 pm said:

    Hi Tim
    No,the discs autorun program won’t work on a Mac. You can read the PDF for info and route sheets, load the GPX data into your GPS but its not push button, but open files and not as smooth or pretty. On volume two, I have included the URL links for the Google maps in a file as this is the main thing you can’t access without autorun program. I have emailed vol 1 URL links to the handful of Mac people that have purchased the disc. As a bloke who has spent lots more time in the bush than with computers the week of riding is very good and feedback positive from people that have ridden it.
    I have been unable to get disc to work on both PC and Mac despite having IT son and unfortunately volume makes coding and making disc like a website unaffordable.
    Martyn Blake
    Dualsport Australia

  • Carl Holmesby on December 5, 2014 at 3:09 pm said:

    Hi, I just got the vol2 disc today, my wife bought it for me as a present, but I bought Vol1 well before and it hasn’t arrived yet, I really need this to confirm my route to coffs for christmas!
    Is there a backlog? Could I get some help here?
    Cheers
    Carl

  • marty on December 5, 2014 at 5:59 pm said:

    No backlog, vol-1 was sent to Macquarie fields and Vol-2 was posted to Coonabarabran as requested,
    Where do you want another Vol-1 sent, we can’t have you missing out your ride.

  • marty on January 30, 2016 at 9:26 am said:

    There is a ride on Anzac day from Vince Strang Motorcycles on ANZAC DAY that is free with vol-3, but sorry no discount on all three at once.
    What you get is 6500km of great riding with no navigational hassles or wondering where your next fuel or accom is.
    Still great value and we have absorbed the latest postage rises as well.

  • marty on January 30, 2016 at 5:29 pm said:

    The Autorun program is not mac compatible, you can still access the pdf’s and GPX codes and for Google Maps you can load either the KML or GPX files into my maps ‘create a map’ link but is more clunky which is why we say they’re not mac compatible where they’re sold but as Off Road Explorer says all the information is still available and as I live in the middle of vol-1, the riding is well worth the effort or find something that runs windows, for tablets copy disc to USB.
    We are still trying to find an affordable method that works on both, but so far everyone’s attempt has had too many bugs to release.

  • Paul Hauner on May 6, 2016 at 8:52 am said:

    Hey Marty,
    I am a professional software developer and adventure rider.

    I have extensive experience with OSX (Mac) and have been recently working on projects requiring cross-compatibility between OSX and Windows. I would be happy to offer some advice and assistance on the software side of things.

    I could be completely wrong, but I’m guessing your autorun program is some sort of launcher for a set of HTML pages? If that’s the case, Electron (http://electron.atom.io/) might be a good candidate.

    Drop me an email if you like to chat.

    Paul

  • Paul F on June 5, 2016 at 9:54 pm said:

    Hi I’m new to the sport. Just acquired a gs1200 my first big bore dirt bike and I am keen to see some country. I would like to do some two up rides so I am wondering if the detail of the trails includes a grading system so as to match the ride with my ability, bike and the fact that I may have a pillion. Or more importantly, does the material include routes suitable for someone new to the sport that wants do some riding two up?
    Paul

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