Kurviger Api Documentation
Documentation of the motorcycle routing API of Kurviger. The Kurviger API is offered as part of the GraphHopper directions API (more information can be found here and here). The Kurviger API is perfectly suitable for you if you are looking for a motorcycle routing API. Kurviger is optimized to calculate routes that are fun to ride with a motorcycle and respects road rules for motorcyclists. If you would like to get access to the Kurviger API please contact either Kurviger or GraphHopper and we can set up access for you.
In most parts, the Kurviger API is similar to the GraphHopper API, which is documented here. This documentation will thererfore only cover the differences.
Note: this documentation contains all parameters that you are allowed to use when you have an active subscription. Kurviger contains some advanced options that are only allowed to use after receiving written permission.
|vehicle||[KURVIGER_VEHICLE]||The vehicle for which the route should be calculated. Kurviger only offers motorcycle routing. We will send you the correct vehicle after you sign up for the api|
|weighting||curvature||Specifies the "road rating", you can choose between
|additional_weighting||Adds an additional weighting on top of your already choosen one. For roundtrips you should pass
|avoid_motorways||false||If set to
|avoid_ferries||false||If set to
|avoid_toll_roads||false||If set to
|ch.disable||true||In contrast to the GraphHopper routing API, Kurviger does not support CH. This means very long routes, or routes crossing continents might not be possible, please test this for your use case.|
|round_trip.distance||50000||Specify the approximate length of a roundtrip in meter. The maximum distance is 300000 (300km/~186mi).|
|round_trip.seed||0||Specify the seed of a roundtrip. The results of the calculation is always the same for the same seed. If you want random roundtrips, generate a random long and pass it.|
|heading||-||Specify the approximate heading a roundtrips should go to. The heading parameter is not only used for roundtrips, but also for routing itself. Very helpful when starting the navigating while driving, so we can make sure the route starts into the direction we are heading.|