Google Maps is well and good for seeing what the streets look to cars.
But what does a bike route look like?
Using geotagged video, the Dutch company has created and logged information for 92 bicycle routes in San Francisco, according to the Atlantic Cities.
Users can take a peek and see maps of popular routes along The Embarcadero, to Golden Gate Bridge and others -- and then see a video of a cyclist puffing up hills themselves.
They've done other cities in the world as well.
These are some of the most popular routes in town, which means the view will be useful to tourists as well as locals looking for the best pedaling solution.