Top 6 Free Apps for Your Next Mountain Bike Trip

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August 2nd, 2015


Whether you are heading out on a week long adventure, or you are hitting the trails for a couple hours - here are the Top 5 (free!) Mobile Apps every mountain biker needs.


1. Singletracks

Find mountain bike trails close to home, and explore the thousands of trails around the world with Singletracks trail maps, articles, reviews and photos right at your fingertips.


2. Strava

You may have a love/hate relationship with Strava, but when it comes down to it, it's an amazing tool to track your performance, network with other riders and join challenges. Traveling with your bike? Discover the best places to ride from the locals!


3. GoPRo

Let's face it, we all love the action shots and using the GoPro mobile app makes it easier than ever to capture those breathtaking trails and heart-pumping rides. With the GoPro mobile app, you can control your camera remotely, as well as view and share your content. Easy peasy.


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4. IMB mountain bike magazine

Find inspiration with the free IMB mobile app. With the latest mountain bike news, gear reviews, articles and trail guides this app is a definite must for mountain bike enthusiasts.


5. Accuweather

The weather can make or break your travel plans, including your mountain bike plans. Accuweather gives you up-to-date weather whereever you are. Never get stuck in a thunderstorm and chase the sun with this must have app.


6. trailforks

The Trailforks app offers the largest database of mountain bike trails in the world... right at your fingertips. The best part is once you download a region, you can access all the trailforks data offline, so when you're riding in the back country or out of cell range, you can still plan your route. The app displays trail difficulty, elevation, ridelogs and trail conditions, and depends on riders (like you and me!) to submit relevant data and updates. It's a must-have app!

What are your favourite apps you use when mountain biking or traveling? Let us know in the comments below!