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MTB Project - Five things to Look Forward to in 2016

MTB Project - Five things to Look Forward to in 2016

By: Leslie Kehmeier
Posted: February 1, 2016

Thanks for helping us make 2015 a banner year for MTB Project! The site surpassed 60,000 miles of documented mountain bike routes and helped people find rides all across the country.

In 2016, there’s a lot to look forward to, including these five great things:

1. More Trails!

We’re looking forward to blowing that 60,000 miles out of the water by adding more great trails to the site. Is your favorite trail listed? Head over to MTB Project to find out. If not, here’s your chance to get involved.

2. Conditions

Improved in 2015, the conditions feature on MTB Project allows for quick updates for local trail conditions. You can tag just one trail or an entire network at once. Look for conditions along the top banner of ride and trail pages.

3. Spring Contest with Prizes

Ready to protect trail access while earning gear and rewards—just by riding your bike? Look for a new opportunity this spring with MTB Project. Stay tuned to this blog for details as they become available.

4. Widget - Put MTB Project on your Website

MTB Project has some sweet tools to add mountain bike trail maps to your website. It’s really easy, requires no programming and is a great way to showcase what’s going on in your area.

5. The IMBA World Summit  

Mark your calendars for November 10-12 to meet us in Bentonville, Arkansas. We’ll be there for the IMBA World Summit with leading representatives from mountain bike advocacy groups, land management agencies, and the bicycle industry gather to share success stories and plan the future mountain biking. It’s also the ultimate road trip destination, so pack your bike and hit the road! Stay tuned throughout the year as I blog about where to find the best trails and the most delicious coffee on the way to Arkansas from every corner of the US.

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Leslie Kehmeier is a Colorado-based mountain bike nerd. As Mapping Manager for IMBA, Leslie can usually be found behind the driver’s seat of a mini-van, searching for good food, amazing coffee and marking another trail of the list in her quest to document every mountain bike route on the planet.

Leslie Kehmeier is a Colorado-based mountain bike nerd. As Mapping Manager for IMBA, Leslie can usually be found behind the driver’s seat of a mini-van, searching for good food, amazing coffee and marking another trail of the list in her quest to document every mountain bike route on the planet.

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