Pinkbike Announces New 'Places' Feature

Jan 13, 2014
by Trevor May  
Pinkbike's new 'Places' directory feature gives users access to a wealth of information about bike shops, clubs, guides, shuttle services, and trail associations around the world. There are already over 5,700 shops in 70 countries listed in the Places directory, with more being added every day. This crowd-sourced database also includes user submitted reviews that can help you decide where to spend those hard earned dollars. Plus, search results can be filtered by brand, making it easy to track down the bike or component you've been looking for.

Planning a summer roadtrip? With the new directory you'll have the resources to figure out the best bike shops, find out more about guides and shuttle services at your destination, and maybe even get in touch with a local trail association to help with trail maintenance. Take a closer look at the new features below, and don't forget to review or submit your local bike shop. You can access the directory by selecting an option from the drop down menu underneath the 'Places' heading at the top of the screen.


Features:

1. User Reviews

You can add a review for any shop and read reviews by other users. See which LBS has the best service, and using the familiar Pinkbike commenting system you can up/down vote helpful reviews & comments.


2. Find Shops and Clubs Nearby

Clicking on the 'Nearby' tab will show all the listings within a radius of your location. The nearby page is particularly useful when on the road using the Pinkbike mobile website.


3. Filter by Location and Brand

Any list can now be filtered using the new sidebar options, helping you narrow down the results. For example, you could get a list of all bike shops in British Columbia that carry Norco. These results list can also be plotted on a map using the "view results on a map" button.



4. Bike Shop Owners Can Promote Their Shop

• Shops can add more information like a description and links to their Facebook & Twitter accounts, for which we will display feeds on the listing page. Build more FB likes and Twitter followers for your shop for free!

• Shops can select the major brands they carry to help users find them. Shops with brand info will also show up in a new sidebar block in the Pinkbike Products section.

• Shops can also add a Pinkbike button or customizable widget to their website to promote their listing or show off their rating. pinkbike.com/directory/bling/


Be sure to let your followers on other social networks know about your Pinkbike listing to get more likes and reviews.


More features are coming soon, like shop logos & photos. If you have any suggestions leave them in the comments!





124 Comments

  • + 213
 This is brilliant. Now put it in an app along with a trail directory and rating system in addition to all of the usual awesome content.
  • - 17
flag moturner (Dec 11, 2013 at 9:50) (Below Threshold)
 mtbproject
  • + 44
 Indeed - please PB, we need an app - that means that we can have access to content, in areas with bad coverage.
  • + 22
 Yessssssssssss a trail rating and review system would be awesome.
  • + 32
 The shop directory is a good idea but a trail directory would just make it too easy for lazy people to find decent trails. Finding awesome secret trails and helping the guys build/maintain them is well worth getting off your ass for. Having all that info at the fingertips of the masses seems like a bad idea to me.
  • + 7
 no worries, does trails wont be here on pinkbike! people riding in those kind of trails know that the less people riding there the better
  • + 30
 Yes let us all keep this sport/lifestyle a secrect, so we can ride the secret trails on our stealthbikes so nobody knows where we ride. Come on MTB is about having fun and shared with other people.
  • + 16
 Mountain biking is what you make it. Some people spend months digging and building to create a masterpiece while other people seem to think the trails are magically maintained by mythical trail fairies. I believe the people who do the work should be able to enjoy it without other riders turning up there acting like they have a right to ride it. I dig as much as a ride- and it's not that I don't want people to enjoy the trails I create, I actually wish they would also create some of their own so I could ride theirs and they could ride mine. However, the idyllic scenario is just fantasy. In my experience there are FAR more people who want to ride than there are who want to do any real work.
  • + 11
 Traveling for work allows little time to explore trails in areas I'm working. I usually try to contact a local shop or someone through Pinkbike but it isn't always successful. Then, I end up riding 3 hours around a gravel path looking for singletrack. Having an app that points out a handful of killer trails that I can go to after work would be awesome. Just a starting point would be cool. Like, "Hey, there's a trail head here." or "Park here, ride there." or "Meet here, group rides Thursdays at 6pm."
  • - 1
 yes. and no, we dont need an app for this. the human race doesnt need an app for everything, damn the computers! why wont you people listen to john carter!
  • + 4
 I know some people (rolls eyes) that have built illegal trails. Those people actually would want others to ride their trails (although they wouldn't exactly like their work to be public). It'd be nice to put the name of a trail and a trail-builder contact to talk to for permission to ride app. That and of course the mainstream trails as well.
  • + 11
 You think someone who built an illegal trail would want their contact info available to the public? A "permission to ride app"?!

Are you really that naive?
  • + 2
 An app would be so good ! Or even a little dh game haha
  • + 0
 You guys should check out strava! Awesome app!
  • + 2
 @Protour

Yes, I do. The point would be that the builder doesn't have to give their name so the contact info is not going to harm him/her. I am speaking for an illegal trail builder right now.
  • + 1
 I've long been thinking that an online trail directory, for legal trails, would be amazing. Pinkbike would be an ideal platform for this, although any other site, if developed well, would work as well. There are enough legal trails in BC alone that a site would be incredibly useful, and would bring together all of the local clubs' information into an easy-to-navigate database.
  • + 3
 On A-Line i would just be one of those guys on yelp" ugh. its too crowded, terrible service, very unsafe, in august too many brake bumps would never come here again and way too expensive" haha
  • + 1
 APP!!!
  • + 1
 The app could allow for the masses to come together, build trails much quicker, and shred harder than ever! I've been waiting so long for a PB app, ugh... soon, soon!
  • + 2
 > Some people spend months digging and building to create a masterpiece while other people seem to think the trails are magically maintained by mythical trail fairies.

Then there are people who would like to help out, but have a hard time to make time for it or don't know how to help out (or what help they could be). This attitude of "hide all the trails" is partially the reason why people feel unwelcome to MTB, it turns it into a clique society. Further reducing the number of people that help out on trails. If you treat something as exotic/rare, it will be that way.
  • + 0
 Well put, jboom. It's frustrating reading comments in reference to keeping the trails secret, as that outlook is incredibly hypocritical. We should all want more people to get into the sport, as that will eventually create the need for more and better trails, more local government involvement, and potentially more funding sources. This not in the least beyond the fact that we should want others to experience the same joy that we get from the sport.
  • + 0
 These attitudes are exactly why smart builders are reluctant to show anyone their trails in some areas. You just assume you have a right to ride any trail because you assume the people who built the trails want you to ride them and you assume it's all good for the sport and it will absolutely lead to more trails being built and you assume more growth in the sport is always good for everyone and everything. All bad assumptions in my book. Some of those assumptions might be true in some areas but definitely not all of them all the time. Be careful who you show your trails to.
  • + 0
 @protour The only problem with your statement is that you assumed we assumed a lot of things, when in fact, we have facts. If I were an illegal trail builder which I'm not saying I am Wink , then I know I would like to share my hard and unappreciated work with others.
  • + 0
 VTwintips is right - you assume that we've assumed everything.

I try to show my trails and work to as many people as possible, legal or not. I'm not saying everyone should do the same, as any builder has the right to make the decision for themselves, if the trail is on their own private land. If the trail is on either someone else's private land, without permission, or crown land (as is the case with the majority of trails in BC), then anyone does have the right to ride any trail.

I realize builders put in a huge amount of effort, but the whole "secret trail" thing gets old in a hurry. Where did the builder learn to ride? Almost always on someone else's trail. Why wouldn't you want to show people your trail? You please the community as a whole, and contribute positively, rather than being secretive, proprietary, and negative. Not to mention that you would have presumably built a sweet trail that others would give you props for. So what if your berms require a little maintenance because of it - I'm sure some of the folks riding your trail would help tune it up.
  • + 0
 @Idhbaker, VTwintips & jboom: You guys must live in a fairy tale world - How is keeping trails secret being hypocritical? I never said I want loads of people to get into MTB. Look at the scooter boom- they're like a plague of locusts- sometimes having millions of people doing the same thing is a bad idea. Having more people at a spot can bring much more attention to it and make land owners panic about their potential liability resulting in them being flattened (it happened to me). Once word is out to the masses your days are numbered- I lost YEARS of work.

The excuse of people not having time or being able to help build is also a load of rubbish- MAKE TIME. If you have time to ride you have time to build. We put our bikes away for most of the winter so we have new stuff to ride in the summer. Why should we spend all winter digging whilst other people hibernate or ride elsewhere only to come and ride our trails in the summer? They don't even acknowledge or thank the builders, nor do they water the jumps or anything.

VTwintips- you don't have facts, you have an opinion- and that varies massively from other people in your situation depending on the location and type of trails. I'm not worried about a bit of berm damage, I'm worried about a whole trail site being demolished. It's happened before, it'll happen again.
  • + 1
 No I have facts because the thing in question was whether or not trails builders (me), felt that an app would help. To which I said, yes, because in MY case, I'd like people riding the trails I built. Not everybody has to use the app after all.
  • - 1
 No, it's your opinion- based on YOUR subjective beliefs and experience. It would only be fact if it was true across all trailbuilders. It's fact that you think it would help you- but it's just your opinion that it will help trail builders in general. If it was fact, how could I disagree with you?
  • + 2
 @gavlaa: I think we must live in different worlds, altogether. Things are obviously different in BC than they are in the UK. In BC, almost every town has sanctioned areas where a builder can contribute to the development of legal trails that, when built properly and with permission, are protected. This gives the trailbuilder a choice: they can either build on private or crown land, illegally, and risk having their work wasted, or they can get involved in the community and help develop legal trails, with little/no risk of having them torn down. In the absence of having an area already established, any biker can get involved in their local club with the goal of developing such areas - city councils and the province of BC are generally receptive to the idea. I have never had the impression that this even exists in the UK, and maybe this helps frame my argument above.

I work on developing both legal and illegal trails, as I believe that both serve a certain purpose. I do this, however, with the knowledge that I may lose my illegal trailbuilding work at any given time. The reason that your argument seems hypocritical is because you presumably learned how to ride on illegal trails that you didn't build. I am assuming here, but that's pretty much always how it worked when I was growing up and learning how to ride. If you (and your friends) learned to ride on illegal trails, how can you build illegal trails and ask that nobody else does the same? The fact that you don't want others to enjoy the sport like you do is concerning as well - it implies that you are proprietary, and generally don't want others to enjoy themselves. I tend to think that the best thing about mountain biking is the community that is fosters - friends, riding groups, etc... Secretly developing trails and hiding them such that only yourself and a privileged few can ride them doesn't serve any community as a whole.
  • + 2
 "If I were an illegal trail builder which I'm not saying I am , then I know I would like to share my hard and unappreciated work with others"

And then how would you feel once that trail for shut down and destroyed because too many people found out about it? I don't care if others appreciate my work as much as i care about my hard work being preserved.


"Secretly developing trails and hiding them such that only yourself and a privileged few can ride them doesn't serve any community as a whole."

But it does help ensure the trails remain secret and open, and keeps them from being changed by others or getting all the loam blown out after a season or two of riding. Sorry if my priority isn't the "community as a whole" in regards to some trails, but the "community" didn't build these type of trails. They only endanger them.
  • + 3
 Exactly why building legal trails is so important in BC. They simply don't get endangered. These trails don't get shut down, but only improved and used. Quite frankly, the builder of the illegal trail is taking the risk of having it torn down by irate landowners or the local jurisdiction by knowingly building a trail on either crown or private land without permission. I hate to see any trail get torn down as much as the next guy, but I don't have a heck of a lot of sympathy when I hear builders complain if their trail built on private/city/provincial land becomes endangered.

As I said, I work on both legal and illegal trails, but certainly won't be complaining if I lose my illegal work. I know full well that it is always in danger of being removed, and being ridden by plenty of people. Hopefully if it gets ridden heavily enough that a berm needs some work and someone else will help me fix it up.

Finally, when you say "loam", you actually mean "duff". This is a constant error by mountain bikers (who seem to have re-appropriated the term). Duff is the organic matter that gets blown out. Loam is roughly equal parts sand, silt and clay, and is great for gardening: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loam
  • + 1
 @ldhbaker: Yep, it sounds like BC is totally different from the UK. Many of the spots you will have seen on videos from the UK are totally illegal and would be flattened if anyone seriously hurt themselves there.

I did indeed learn to ride on illegal trails- but they were ones I helped to build. The only places I have ever ridden are spots where I have helped dig or at legal spots where I have paid money to ride like everyone else. I am not against people coming to the trails where I ride now- I just wish the people who did come had the decency to bring a shovel. I really do not believe I am proprietary over anyone- of course I want people to enjoy themselves- I just wish they could do it off their own back rather than rely on the work of others.

We had to lock up our trails because we couldn't keep up with the required maintenance due to the damage they were sustaining. There's only a few of us there who dig, but about 50 or so that ride and don't even know what a shovel is. We tried to let people enjoy them and it backfired- all the digging crew were spending most of their time repairing the trails of damage caused by others rather than riding- you can't tell me that's fair can you?

I can understand if you think I'm a c*nt for wanting to keep things quiet, but it's the only way I can get to ride decent trails. I can't see what more I can do!! It's not enough that I build them- I also have to invite everyone else to ride there? That's BS. I'm with Protour on this one.
  • + 2
 Inviting people and keeping it secret is different - I've never claimed that builders have to invite anyone, but intentionally hampering others from riding (especially if it's on public/crown land) isn't the same thing.

I think we can both agree on one thing though: we both wish more people would pick up a shovel and help build/maintain our trails, yes? This applies for both legal and illegal trails.
  • + 2
 Agreed!
  • + 2
 pinkbikes longest ongoing argument, from one thread to another, just agree to disagree and dont use that feature or do use that feature. i agree with all sides of this, because as prior stated its everyones opinion on what they do with their illegal trail, it sucks to have hard work destroyed, it also sucks to not know anybody and not know where there are any good trails, some people will really like it, and some will be pissed when their secret location gets posted on the internet for everyone to see. i would hope that no one posts anyone elses spot, and everyone try to remember this is what we all have in common.
  • + 1
 You have some valid points. The people who post illegal trails on Facebook and elsewhere on the internet are the scum of the sport because they are taking others hard work and putting it at risk for the purpose of getting more attention for themselves. It's one thing to tell a friend you trust, but when you post it you are essentially inviting everyone to it regardless of their abilities or anything. Thanks for the correction on duff, for me it's the best incentive to keep trails secret. People who don't work on trails don't deserve the duff. Stay on the clay.
  • + 2
 @Protour, well hypothetically, now that my hard work is done, and my trail is rotting away except when I go fix it up to ride a few times a year, I'd appreciate if my hard work WAS appreciated.

edit: okay, ya I do a bunch of illegal trail building.
  • + 28
 Wow, really nice graphic design Pinkbike Smile Great initiative with supporting LBS!

However with the trail feature I just wonder, how long is it before you see a discussion like this under one of the marks: - Tony: Hi I found this cool trail yesterday, check my Strava for my times - Takashi: Cool! I'll check it out next weekend! - Andy: GTFO my trail, don't mark the trails built by other people you a-hole! - Warden Patton: Hi, this is warden Patrick Patton. Andy, you have built a trail on private land without permission! I am sorry but I am obliged to take it down - Andy: Tony I fkng kill you!
  • + 2
 GeezWaki! yore so farrr awaaaayyy. But you understand norcal perfectly!!
  • + 31
 Awesome stuff. Good to see Pinkbike adding new, useful features.
  • - 7
flag bikerider444 (Jan 13, 2014 at 11:17) (Below Threshold)
 i think its silly! they need a pb just for xc !!!
  • + 1
 haha @bikerider444 suspended for trolling... such wow just because you like xc doesnt mean everyone else does
  • + 14
 fuck pinkbike keeps on getting better
  • + 11
 LBS? What would anyone care about my pounds?
  • - 11
flag MangoSentinel (Dec 11, 2013 at 9:31) (Below Threshold)
 Wow, that's some funny-ass shiet my nigra.
  • + 6
 I like the shop review and everything else but people talking about trail review feature scares me. Not that I don't want more people to ride and have fun but most of the good stuff in southern California isn't exactly legal. People can still stumble upon it or learn about it from other riders the old fashioned way but more publicity for underground type riding spots is never a good thing.
  • + 3
 Not to mention it usually leads to lesser experienced riders getting hurt
  • + 0
 Thats what you call a learning experience
  • + 2
 This is why you don't log illegal trails. There's a reason they're illegal.
  • + 1
 yeah but not everyone gets that. you'll have people hear about a spot from a friend, show up and ride it but not know it's supposed to be on the hush-hush, or not care, and then go tell the whole internet about it, complete with directions on how to get there.
  • + 1
 That's kind of the fault of the person who told his friend then. If I were to tell someone of a spot that's not exactly legal, I would make that clear. Otherwise I'm exposing a friend to possible dangers without their knowledge. Not exactly friend material. The same applies to if that friend was told, but chooses to ignore it. There's a lot of grey area, and we have to assume that most trail riders are mature enough to know when it is not safe to advertise a trail because of its status.
  • + 1
 true, that makes sense but to assume that all people will respect the sanctity of a secret trail is a big assumption, I'm talking about kids mostly who don't have the life experience that would make it seem natural to not go blabbing on the internet about down-low trails that they ride.
  • + 9
 how are the reviews for Café Roubaix? or whatever they're calling themselves these days...
  • + 3
 specialized apologized and dropped the lawsuit and are allowing them to keep their name. their explanation on their facebook page "I Am Specialized" made sense and is worth a read, good food for thought.
  • + 1
 Sauce? I had a poke around, couldn't find this story.
  • + 1
 Thank you, sir.
  • + 7
 How is there not a Bike Parks tab?
This would be super useful if we could see all the bike parks
in the area in order to discover new places to ride.
  • + 4
 one think that bugs me pinkbike is that there's "United kingdom", "Wales" and "Scotland" all as seperate categories, but Wales and Scotland are part of the united kingdom, so surely "United Kingdom" should just be England instead?
  • + 2
 it would be nice if there can be a way for Shops to distinguish between brands they carry with stock in the store to check out versus brands they can order in but usually on't have much on the floor. Nothing peeves me more with shops than going to a shop's site, seeing the brand I am looking for listed as one they carry but then when you walk in there's one 3yo frame on the wall and a catalogue available to peruse. I can do better at home.
  • + 3
 Crazy idea...call ahead.
  • + 2
 An app for trails, that would be brilliant! Between topo maps, viewranger, EveryTrail, Google maps and what's that other one? Oh yeah, Garmin, the MTB community clearly needs another trail app. Everything else seems pretty cool though.
  • + 2
 Thanks to everyone contributing data and providing feedback!
So far today:
150+ edits
350+ new submissions
400+ new reviews

I'm watching the error logs and trying to fix any bugs that appear
  • + 1
 You need to add one more "places" category. POI, like on a car navigation system. Case in point. Over in Fairfax, Ca all the locals know to end your ride by stopping in at Gestault Haus for Beer and Brats. They've got bike racks along one wall, board games, and friendly people. Just check out their Facebook page:

www.facebook.com/pages/Gestalt-Haus/155694975764

Now try to tell me that a place like this shouldn't be mentioned / promoted by the MTN biking community...
  • + 1
 I prefer Iron Springs Brewery personally.
  • + 1
 There is the "Other" category where listings such as this could be listed. But they would require a description justifying it. We don't want every local business adding listings trying to get free links and SEO.
  • + 1
 Iron springs is great too. I love the bike racks and old time feel of Gestault, and I park near there. So, it just works out for the better.

@canadaka - totally understand the justification. I encourage the bike friendly businesses to take the time to add their info. I love discovering new spots to eat when I ride in a new area. Especially when there are other riders as patrons. We don't all have a whistler village to end at...
  • + 1
 One question: Why have both "trail association" and "bike club"? In most cases, they are one and the same. Otherwise bike club organizers would often be forced to sign up as both.

Other than that, this is a great initiative, and I look forward to more info and reviews being added.
  • + 1
 In my experience with BC, bike clubs are mostly separate from associations, North Shore being a prime example. There is usually only one association for a region but often several clubs, which can include meetup groups. A more common issue is a listing could be a bike shop and a shuttle service. So I think I will change things to allow selection of multiple categories, which would solve either situation.
  • + 1
 Maybe it differs between the south and the north - up north they are pretty much the same thing. All of the local bike clubs manage individual recreation areas and trails, as well as act as trail advocacy groups. I tried signing ours up as both a trail association and club, but not sure if it's really worked? Maybe best to delete it as a trail association, and list it as a club?
  • + 1
 do it as a trail association for now. But like I said i'm going to change things so you can select multiple categories. Not sure if I will get to it tonight, it requires changing a bunch of stuff. Thanks for the feedback!
  • + 1
 We have similar issue. Endless Biking offers Guiding & Tours, we also offer shuttle service. We are currently listed in Guides but for Pinbike users who are looking for shuttles in North Van, it would be good to be listed here too. Not looking for double posts, just makes sense that some companies, associations and shops may offer a few of the services. Thoughts?
  • + 1
 Yup the guide + shuttle is going to be common, so I'm going to change things to allow multiple categories selection, so don't add multiple places for each category. You will be able to edit your existing place soon.
  • + 1
 Hi Canadaka... we are a guiding company that covers different countries. Should we register for each country we provide or will be a way to add more than one destination?
  • + 1
 I'll have to think about that one. Bike shops with multiple locations add multiple places since each location has a physical presence.
How many countries we talking? and Do you have any sort of office in each location?
  • + 1
 In our case we have our office in Switzerland, but we actually cover mainly 5 different countries with specific trips for each one. The best way could be to add one office for different destinations. It is the same issue with guiding and shuttling as we provide both activities. Hope this will help.
  • + 1
 I've added the ability to select multiple categories for a Place now.
  • + 1
 Works fine. thanks Canadaka !
  • + 1
 Pinkbike Places for bike shops - that's cool. I can see how this will help the devoted audience as opposed to ye olde Google.

Pinkbike Places for trails? That's kind of different. More than a few local bike shops/trail organizations create; produce; sell maps to support their cause. I'm all for shelling out a few bucks for a printed map or smartphone app for a zone. But, competition can create better products. Hmmmmm… are you going to build a trail app, Pinkbike?
  • + 1
 Guess the L in LBS stands for "local". Funny how "local" can have a different meaning. Specialized forced me to have my "local" shop 120km away as the Specialized Concept store did have the bike I wanted in stock but my local shop (the one I could ride to on my bike) didn't get one although ordered months ago and promised by the Speci sales rep he will get one. Maybe PB should also allow us to review the brands our LSB are selling?
  • + 3
 I climbed on my first mountain bike in 1990. I've been waiting on a database like this ever since. From the bottom of our hearts, Thank You. You guys rock.
  • + 1
 This is a great idea, and we're happy to see it implemented so well. One question: Can we have the places pages linked to a specific user account, or will any member of Pinkbike be able to submit edits to bike shops, etc?
  • + 1
 right now anyone can submit edits to a listing but it needs to be approved by a mod. I was thinking about having a system where a user can "claim" a shop, but we need some easy or automated way of confirming the claim. In your case your PB username is pretty obvious that your associated with Dizzy Cycles, but its not the case for all shops.
  • + 1
 How do you edit listing once it is live?
  • + 2
 there should be a small grey "edit" link on the bottom right of the listing page. Any edits need to be approved by a moderator, the site should inform you of this after you submit the edit.
  • + 3
 but does anyone look at reviews before going to a bike shop?
  • + 6
 I will now. Before and after.
  • + 1
 Great stuff. Would love to see a menu option for "Bike Parks" with sort options for "Indoor", "Lift Assisted", etc.
Thanks PB!
  • + 1
 Great idea PB for all of the legal riding spots and cljbs. Our places, rides and builds stay away from eyes who wish to ruin the fun though......
  • + 1
 Pleeeeaaaaseee make an app! Browsers do not give it the full experience and having content in one app would be one of the best things ever!
  • + 1
 tried a few more times with different values in the fields but still the same error, I'm guessing this utility only works for US/Canada submissions
  • + 2
 and now I'm getting a form submission error:
Message: form submission error, go back and try again.
  • + 1
 Me too.
  • + 2
 can you PM me the form data you are using so I can troubleshoot it?
  • + 1
 editing my listing is impossible and doing my head in. tried 3 times now, also need Dartmoor bikes on the brand list!!!
  • + 1
 very cool guys, but can't add any shuttle services just keeps saying form error try again!!
  • + 1
 Tried to update the details for the shop I work in and it just came up with form submission error, please try again.
  • + 1
 But how can we remove a shop that went under or has bad information (address and phone)?
  • + 8
 NO! IT'S FOREVER IRREVERSIBLE!
  • + 7
 For bad information you will see an "edit" link in the bottom right. Edits need to be approved before going live.

For closed shops, tonight I will add a "report this listing" feature with one of the options being that.
  • + 4
 You rock! Thank you kind sir.
  • + 1
 anyone else having issues editing your bikeshop? when i go to save it just gives me an error message
  • + 2
 Post the issue in this thread, one of the dev guys will see it easier. www.pinkbike.com/forum/listcomments/?threadid=51633
  • + 1
 Good to see PinkBike doing their bit to support mountain biking and local bike shops all round the world
  • + 1
 We need this so badly, something that tells us were some good tracks and trails are because the moredirt one is crap
  • + 0
 I did when I got my frame powdercoated, the more expensive place was the better choice from customer reviews and it was worth the extra money to be done by a bike specialist.
  • + 1
 Would be sweet if there was a trailhead locater
  • + 1
 How cool is this gotta get use to this now
  • + 1
 FINALLY, really FINAL----LEE!!
  • + 1
 me too,i can read the reviews,and avoid the crap.
  • + 1
 I want "places" for trails
  • + 1
 mtbr.com has something similar to this. for trails and LBS.
  • + 1
 all we need is a trail directory!
  • + 1
 Good to see PB supporting the local shops!
  • + 1
 How about fixing the counties list???
  • + 1
 SWEET!! APP please!!
  • + 0
 Same thing as redbull playgrounds exept it has the pinkbike name on it
  • + 1
 this is sooo mint!
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 perfect! thanks PB!
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 Everyone check out PUSH CARTEL if they need a bike shop!! Amazing place. No where else like it.
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 shameless plug
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 Very cool feature!
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 Nice work! looks great

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