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Hi, my name is Graham and I am of the more mature in age member but immature in nature.

I did belong to another zumo forum but it seems to have disappeared so have joined this.

I ride a BMW R1200RS and have a nav 6 with it, happy in the main but a few niggles with the nav 6 and the unfriendly basecamp.

will be posting and asking questions and learning from others who have sorted their issues (zumo related) out

Graham
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welcome we are glad to have you
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Welcome to the forum. I'm sure you will get the help you need.
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Welcome to Zumo users forums Graham. You're not alone in finding Basecamp a bit of a challenge but when you get into it (with help from your Zumo friends) you'll find it good for planning your routes & tours.
Cheers, Pete.
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Hi welcome to the forum,

Basecamp is a pain to learn - the learning curve is not a curve more like a wall. However when you get to grips with it, you can make multi day tours with ease.

I am planning a trip, and using it to work out where I should fill the bike. So two routes for one journey.

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Welcome Graham
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