Singletracks is putting together an all-new Trail Team to help us explore and catalog mountain bike trails around the world. Trail Team members will be assigned a region and will receive schwag including a Singletracks jersey, Pro Membership codes, a t-shirt, and behind-the-scenes access to the site.

How to apply

Fill out this brief form telling us a bit about the places you ride and how you’re connected to your local MTB community. One of the biggest factors we’ll consider is how active you’ve been on Singletracks already so the more photos and reviews you’re able to add before the application deadline, the better your chances. We’ll also consider things like the quality of your trail photos, where you live, and your social media presence.

Regional Openings

  • US: Southeast
  • US: Northeast
  • US: Midwest
  • US: Rockies [full]
  • US: Southwest
  • US: Northwest
  • Canada
  • Australia
  • United Kingdom
  • Europe

Team Member Responsibilities

Singletracks Trail Team members will be expected to share photos, reviews, maps, and news about trails within their region. We’ll also tap team members for help in shaping the ways we share trail information on Singletracks.


Submit your application by midnight Friday, June 6 for consideration. We’ll announce the team on or before the following Friday. Questions? Just hit us up in the comments below!

# Comments

    • Jeff Barber

      At least one per region. We’re open to adding multiple team members for some regions depending on the quality of applicants, size of the region, etc.

  • roadandmud

    I regularly post pictures, add videos comments and reviews. How will this effort be different?.

    • Greg Heil

      Well, in addition to getting free swag, Trail Team members will get behind-the-scenes access to the website, and will help us manage the trail content. As a team member, you’ll also have a voice in shaping the future direction of the website as we continue to grow and develop!

  • liveloveride27

    I love to ride, and so far on ya couple forest service roads and one hiking trail that doesn’t allow bikes have been catalogued. I know of many trails and spots that I am willing to share with the community, I don’t post many photos of the trails, although I have lots. If I need to post anything to get in on this awesome opportunity than just hit me up here in the comments and I’ll post a few videos.

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