Motorcyclists from around the world find the best roads.
Find the most fun, most scenic stretches of road, not just the shortest or fastest. Route recommendations come from others with SocialNav apps.
Each stretch displays the route, the description entered by the other user, and 1 to 5 star ratings.
Stretches are rated by how fun, scenic and twisty they are. Users can also flag baddies for removal.
Yelp listings are available in the apps, so you ccn find a really nice lunch top, or even a destination to start!
At SocialNav, we want to change the way people get around when they travel for fun. Whether you're on vacation, getting outside on a weekend, or even sneaking away for a few hours on a business trip, you should be able to pick a great destination then get there by a beautiful route rather than just the freeway.
SocialNav, Inc. is a privately funded company based in San Francisco, California. The founding team is comprised of technology leaders and executives from the mobile phone space. We are avid motorcyclists, bicyclists, and outdoor sports enthusiasts who really want to use and benefit from our own products.
Daniel has built his career delivering mobile apps and games, infrastructure, and mobile monetization. Prior to SocialNav, he was worldwide product management consultant for Electronic Arts Mobile, leading the teams that built monetization and cross-selling into all iPhone, Android, J2ME and other games from EA. Prior to EA Mobile, Daniel was Director of Product Management for Mobile Commerce at Digital Chocolate, and Senior Product Manager at AvantGo. Daniel started and sold three business before completing his engineering studies. Daniel has a B.A.Sc. in Systems Design Engineering from University of Waterloo and Masters resarch in computer vision at University of Victoria, both in Canada. Daniel's favorite places to ride are Usal Road, in California, and any of the roads near Banff and Jasper, in Canada.
Rich has spent most of his career working with startup companies in a multitude of technical and managerial roles. He has been a key driver in positioning these companies to successful exits, primarily through acquisition. Prior to SocialNav, Rich was Managing Director for Applied Materials, VP of Marketing for Consilium (acquired by AMAT), and VP of Enterprise Applications for FASTech Integration (acquired by Brooks Automation). He began his carer at General Motors developing digital engine control systems. Rich has a B.S. in Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, NY. His favorite rides are "Mines Road" in Livermore, CA , "Vermont end-to-end", and of course Laguna Seca.
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