See what trails are in your area, keep an eye on new trails and easily find your way to trails you have never visited before
MTB is in a state of constant development and expansion, every week fresh faces on new bikes take on the beautiful landscape around us, headed for trails that volunteers use massive amounts of time and energy on creating and maintaning. This is an amazing development, but it also builds pressure on the limited MTB friendly areas, and on the limited ressources of volunteers. The core message in Singletracker™ is to "respect the trail!" and through that to support clubs and builders to establish a sustainable future for mountainbiking. MTB must be a voice for nature, not just a new way to use it.
Find new motivation, increased fun when training, safety, lots of stats, live trail overview, competitions and influence the trailbuilders with your feedback. You get well maintained official trails, and you are always up to date on new trails.
Club championships, club leaderboards, easy to handle membership fees, overview of club riders on a trail and a much improved profile towards sponsors and attacrting new riders. Trail builders a direct channel of communication to the riders to push info on trail changes and current conditions. Also a one-click donation option to optimize funds for maintenance and new additions.
You get a detailed image of how your area is used, when and by how many. You get a more organized approach, to the benefit of all parties. Direct push communication allows you to notify riders in the area about various types of activities. Much increased profiling to make your trail a good investment and benefit the local community.
Singletracker™ promote a change in how MTB riders view the sport, that will benefit both wildlife and other guests in the area. We aim to support the trail builders in building the best possible trails, and make them so good that most riders will stick to them. We aim to support clubs in educating new riders to respect nature and stick to the trails. The forest floor, animals and hikers will come in less contact with MTB riders when the official trails are promoted through the app and conflicts will be a less constant.