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The Road Trip Diaries: Episode 1 - All You Can Eat Southwest

Spring is opening season for mountain bike road trips and we (the MTB Project crew) recently returned from our first foray in the IMBAru, visiting 7 trail systems in 9 days in 4 states. We dubbed it the 'All You Can Eat Southwest' tour, riding all over the Colorado Plateau as well as the Sonoran and Mojave Deserts.

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Don't Fall Off the Map

The 2015 riding season is just around the corner for the Mapping team and we’re excited to get out and document a whole slew of trails for MTB Project this year.

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MTB Project Contributor Spotlight: Eric Ashley

MTBProject.com is a mountain biking site built by and for people who ride. Thanks to the MTB community, we’re creating the best resource on the web for trails and rides across the country.

We talked recently with Eric Ashley, a dedicated contributor who has uploaded over 160 miles of mountain bike routes for the state of Washington.  

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A Banner Year for MTB Project

December is that time of year where I look back on my accomplishments. I’m especially proud of what the IMBA Mapping Program and MTB Project accomplished in 2014. A few highlights:

 

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MTB Project Contributor Spotlight: Don Leinweber

MTBProject.com is a mountain biking site built by and for people who ride. Thanks to the MTB community, we’re creating the best resource on the web for trails and rides across the country.

We talked recently with Don Leinweber, a resident Breckenridge, CO, about his efforts to map trails for Summit County and why he loves the MTB Project elevation profile.

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Have Mini-Van, Will Travel

It’s mini-van time again.

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The Map Biz

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MTB Project Contributor Spotlight: Paul Stahlschmidt

MTBProject.com is a mountain biking site built by people who ride.

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MTB Project Contributor Spotlight: Adam Kagy

We recently caught up with Adam Kagy, one of MTBProject.com's leading contributors (see this page for a list). Originally from Bloomington, Illinois, Kagy is now based out of the mountain biking Mecca of Crested Butte, Colorado. Working from home as a software developer provides him with the flexibility to log frequent hours on the bike and upload some pretty amazing content to MTBProject.com.

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