London, United Kingdom, June 04, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- A new free internet service, Routely (http://route.ly), was launched today that enables users to search for and share the best driving roads for cars and motorbikes around the world. Route.ly already contains some legendary routes from across the globe, including China, USA, New Zealand, Egypt, Finland as well as many in the United Kingdom.
Use the easy search mechanism to discover the twisty and sweeping turns of Transfagarasan Road in the Carpathian Mountains of Romania (as featured on BBC’s Top Gear programme) or the road from Padola to Falzarego in Italy which takes you over two mountain passes amidst the stunning scenery of the Alps. Route.ly users are able to search for routes by country, type of road (tarmac, off-road, mixed), length and distance from the user.
Although there are already many interesting and well-known routes on the Route.ly website (e.g. the infamous Mulholland Drive in the Hollywood hills of Los Angeles), there are hundreds more still to be captured. Users have the easy to use facility to share the roads they enjoy by simply marking waypoints on the Route.ly map and providing a short description.
Route.ly founder and avid biker, Stefano Buliani, was frustrated that it was difficult to find out about good routes to take his motorbike out on. He said, "I created Route.ly as I really want to use the service! Route.ly enables us to not only discover great roads but also to share the good ones we know about too."
Route.ly users are able to rate each route on the site and future developments are expected to include the ability to share photographs from the route and event planning facilities to enable users to meet up and enjoy the routes together.
For more information please contact Stefano Buliani (Email: email@example.com; Telephone: +44 (0) 776 6295328).