2021 Fromme Fondo
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The Fromme Fondo has returned again for 2021

The goal is simple, ride as many different trails as you can in a single ride on September 4th. Riding at least 10 trails unlocks the badge but the more trails you ride, the higher you'll rank in the leaderboard!

Check out how to unlock the 2021 Fromme Fondo badge here: https://www.trailforks.com/badges/view/62024/

Follow the leaderboard here. https://www.trailforks.com/contests/frommefondo2021/

Everyone who unlocks the badge can claim a limited edition vinyl sticker. The top 10 riders on the leaderboard will be entered to win some awesome prizes.

Looking to up the stakes a bit more? Support your local builders and advocates by getting your friends and family to pledge to donate a certain $ amount for every unique trail you ride (ex. $2 per trail)! The more trails your ride, the more gets donated to the NSMBA!

In order to unlock this badge, you must log your ride on the Trailforks app, or sync your ride from Strava.

If you have logged a ride and Trailforks is not picking up that you rode a certain trail(s), you can correct it by following the steps in this video: https://www.trailforks.com/help/view/115/.

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elchute (Sep 5, 2021 at 15:36)
One mystery remains to be solved: Where was taprider this year????
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taprider (Sep 8, 2021 at 12:07)
pre-riding the Back 40 in Whistler
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Quinn-39 (Sep 5, 2021 at 8:59)
Awesome event! Thanks for setting it up again!

Any thoughts on why a ride down Imonator or up Dempsey would only show as a partial?
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taprider (Sep 8, 2021 at 12:19)
there is time lag for the track recorded by your device
so you might have blown the start or finish of a trail before your device records that you actually started or finished a trail
and distortion/displacement of position (probably due to tree cover)
last year I tested 3 different devices and got 3 different ride records for the same route, and none of them relayed to Trail Forks all the trails that I rode
Yes you can edit your Ride Log for badges, but the editing does not increase your trail count for the purposes of the Fondo leaderboard.

I counted all the 200m+ trails shown on Trail Forks for Fromme, and unless Princess Park, Mosquito Creek, Greenwood Park, Loutet etc. are counted then I don't see how you can count 62 trails
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taprider (Sep 8, 2021 at 12:25)
Griffen Uphill is nearly impossible to record as completed
I had to stop at each switchback and wander around until I could see my location dot overlap the track on the map
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Tervinder (Sep 4, 2021 at 20:36)
Anyone else having trouble with their Strava rides stuck in the Trailforks sync queue? Waiting for my ride to sync for over 6 hrs.
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canadaka Trailforks (Sep 4, 2021 at 21:25)
This is common on weekends unfortunately. Usually over 100,000 Strava activities to import. The queue is at 10k right now. If you have Trailforks Pro, your spot in the queue is priority. Also recording using the Trailforks app or connecting directly with a Garmin, there is no queue.
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JRobson (Sep 4, 2021 at 19:06)
Curious how the leaderboard calculates trail counts: My ridelog lists 66 trails but only showing 31 on the leaderboard? (not trying to complain, just curious..)
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canadaka Trailforks (Sep 4, 2021 at 20:22)
A ridelog trail count includes roads, short trails, hidden trails and the same trail can be counted more than once.

The Fondo leaderboard only includes trails over 200m long.
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taprider (Sep 8, 2021 at 12:27)
@JRobson - Congrats on topping the Leaderboard
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