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singletracks_history

In this episode, we talk about how Singletracks got its start in the late 1990s and also talk about where the site is headed in 2016 and beyond.

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  • Mark Huigen

    I love this website and especially the podcast! I’ve been working my way through all of them while at work (construction) on my ipod. It’s really meditational listening to something your passionate about while doing something you need to do to make that passion possible. Greetings from the Netherlands

    • Greg Heil

      Awesome, glad you’re enjoying the podcast, Mark! Cheers!

      -Greg

  • Mark Huigen

    By the way I would love to hear or read about your ideas about youth training and maybe some additional parking lot skills and drills for kids besides the figure 8 and what not. We work with kids from 6 till 18 year old and I’m always looking for new ways to help them get better and stay entertained and motivated.

  • mongwolf

    Great podcast. THANKS for sharing the Singletracks story … and your stories. Very cool, especially how the two are so interconnected. Somehow I think there is a love story and a lot of romance in there that wasn’t shared. LOL.

  • mongwolf

    Again, sharing your stories today on the podcast was very cool, and imo it really captured one of best elements of Singletracks. More than any other bike site, on Singletracks, riders (of all levels) exchange their riding experiences. It’s so cool to learn from and be challenged by riders who are further along than me. But it is also so refreshing to share in the experiences of new riders and riders who are riding in different regions or ways than I am. And the sharing of experiences goes beyond just the thrill of a ride or the likes. Often what is shared is much more human, like the journeys of John and his son, Skibum and Miniskibum. I’m guessing Miniskibum is not so “mini” any more and starting to push his “old man” on the trail. =) Thanks Jeff, Leah, Aaron, Greg AND EVERYONE who contributes. Wow, one million “unique users” in a month!!!!!!!!!! And 800,000 in the winter months (northern hemisphere winter) … … Congrats, you are obviously doing something people appreciate and enjoy.

  • Bill in Broken Arrow

    Thank you for the website and weekly email news. I look forward to reading it each week. Please keep up the great work!

  • cavermatthew

    I love this website, and it has helped me grow into the biker that I am today. Keep doing what you’re doing, because you’re doing it right!

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