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MTB Project is your comprehensive mountain biking guide to the trails you want to ride - with offline maps, full GPS route info, elevation profiles, interactive features, photos, and more. Like a guidebook, we suggest the best featured rides to explore—either near your current location or in an area you search for. Local experts show you the highlights, challenging features, and insights you need to plan a great ride. • Find more than 77,000 miles of trail to shred with your crew. • New rides and trails are constantly added to our incredibly detailed mountain bike trail and ride database. • Your exact location is shown on the trail. • Downloaded trails work offline for when you’re off the grid. (No cell reception required!) • Enjoy high-resolution photos and detailed topographical trail maps. • We’ll sync with your to-do list and check ins on MTBProject.com. By using GPS, we can show your location on trails and vertical profiles. Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.
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Used the app on a long ride that I was doing for the first time that was out of cell service range. The app keep the map even without service. I had flagged the ride as "to do"; so maybe that helped keep the map stored. Since the ride was multiple hours, I didn't keep my phone out. But just consulted it half a dozen times to check my progress and verify that I had taken the correct turns/branches on the trail. Reentering the app, the app didn't automatically update my location. I had to reselect the map each time from my "to do" list. But once doing so my position updated immediately. Really invaluable tool. I also had the trail map but you often you have no idea when on the map you are. Gave great peace of mind to reduce energy needed for orienteering.
Been using the app for years and it’s gone from a great tool to a not-so-useful and unreliable frustrating tool. The old UI was much more intuitive, simple, clean, and more than anything reliable. At this point with every update it’s a new set of issues. Either direction links don’t work, map manipulation doesn’t work, buttons to toggle screens don’t work, trail selection doesn’t work, search doesn’t work, etc. I understand the desire to feature bloat the app with all sorts of nifty things and having to rebuild the app in a way to allow that to happen is no easy feat...but it’s really feeling like there was a lack of QA testing or something. I mean some of the most common basic workflows such as “open app, search for trail, click on trail” do not work reliably. As the months have passed with this new version it’s becoming more and more of a thing where I end up force quitting and restarting over and over and trying to figure out how to get into the screen I want to see by some back door way and it’s super frustrating. Appreciate the work put in and for years of a super useful app/tool but it seems most of my fellow riders, even ones who never used the old version, feel this app is struggling. In an effort to add features 1% of users will even use at all the majority of the user base is frustrated and scratching their heads. The feedback is pretty clear. Hopefully the bugs can get hammered out so this thing can be enjoyed like it was previously.
Recently used MTBProject when heading up to ride some new trails in Indiana. Brown County has a ton of different trails to ride so it's pretty intimidating going there for the first time without anyone to guide you around. Using MTBProject I managed to navigate the trail system and do a super incredible loop put together using the maps and elevation plots on the app. Coolest feature I found was when riding up hill, you can pull up the elevation chart on the app and a little black dot pops up on the hill you're climbing and shows how much further up hill you have. The app also tracks exactly where you are on the trail so you know when to look out for connecting trails and such. Unbelievably helpful and was super impressed. Not sure how any mountain biker can get by without it.
Great information, great concept. I just wish the app was more functional/intuitive...needs some UX/UI help. Finding trails is pretty easy, the detail and information on them is clear and well structured. But within the map interface, knowing when you’re looking at a trail vs a trail system is confusing. Same with which views allow you to see the “trail list” button, which is key for seeing all trails within a particular map view. Sometimes that appears and sometimes it doesn’t. (I wish I could tell you when it does and doesn’t). Overall I like the app. I just find myself wondering FAR too often, “how do I find X” or “what view am I in? How do I get back to what I was looking at before?” With some UI love it would be 5 stars for sure.
Please go back and fix all of the things that your new update has changed/deleted. As many other users have complained about, the pin option is now gone and it is impossible to track your ride while riding especially through the elevation section. The swiping at the bottom has become problematic and it is not easy to find your trail segments, and the overall aesthetic is too Busy with the windows of the trails at the bottom of the map. Please go back to the earlier version and rethink your design and usability strategies. For years, since the beginning of the app, this has been my favorite, go to for trail riding., I am disappointed to say the least at the recent changes.
Developed by Adventure Projects Inc..
MTB Project is ranking in Sports & Travel
Last update was at Sep 16, 2021and the current version is 4.2.2.
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MTB Project have a 3 531a user reviews.