Trailforks has a new directory that compiles all of your favourite mountain bike YouTube content in one spot. It's also integrated into the app, and videos from YouTube channels are prioritized when you're exploring for a new spot to ride.
Are you a reader who’d like to submit a personal project? Are you a rider that’s been working on an edit for front-page consideration? Are you a brand that’s interested in having us feature your press release or feature content? Awesome—we’d love to see your work. While we can’t guarantee running any particular item, following this guide will dramatically increase your chances of getting featured.
You can now generate high dpi printable maps for events, kiosks, trail signage. Using the new Trailforks Print Maps Interface, users are able to select various map layers and produce large scale maps in both screen and printer friendly output formats
You can now use Trailforks in conjunction with your Garmin using the new Trailforks Garmin Basemap. Currently in its first release, we're busy working on new features and are keen to get user feedback. Full details inside.
Don't want people riding certain trails in winter or want to let riders know about the conditions? Check out how to close an entire riding area using the Bulk Trail Report tool in our latest Trailforks tutorial.
Want to know how to connect Trailforks to Strava to import your rides? We've created this handy guide so you can use Trailforks to view your ride logs, track your rides, and check out your personal statistics.
Do you road trip or just ride locally and don't know how to give support back to the trails? Trailforks is here to make it all easier and to get those funds to the right associations in order to continue improving trail infrastructure around the world.