2022 Fromme Fondo
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The Fromme Fondo has returned again for 2022 Head to Fromme on September 3rd to unlock the 2022 Fromme Fondo badge!

The goal is simple, ride as many different sanctioned trails as you can in a single ride on September 3rd. Riding at least 10 trails unlocks the badge but the more trails you ride, the higher you'll rank in the leaderboard!

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.

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/.

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!

Check out past Leaderboards: 2021, 2020, 2019, 2018


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taprider (Sep 4, 2022 at 11:44)
I think the missing trails are the hiking only trails like St Georges and Lower Wardens, as the above formula does not differentiate between trails that are "open" except not to bikes, and trails that are open to bikes
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KezN (Sep 3, 2022 at 21:12)
Curious to know how this works/how it’s calculated…looking at the numbers on the leaderboard it seems wildly inaccurate
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cuski (Sep 1, 2022 at 14:58)
Newbie at this, please pardon the dumb question: are Expresso and Lower Expresso counted as 1 or 2 trails?
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NSMBA NSMBA (Sep 2, 2022 at 10:51)
They'd count as 2 trails. Smile
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taprider (Aug 29, 2022 at 22:38)
Where are the other eleven trails?


"WHERE i.ridingarea='1' AND t.published='1' AND t.hidden='0' AND t.planned='0' AND t.archived='0' AND t.closed='0' AND t.difficulty NOT IN (1,7) AND s.distance > 200"

difficulty green to double black diamond (not white purple or pro line)
longer than 200 m
not hidden
not planned
not archived
not closed

I see only 52 (Mill Stream appears green on the website but is actually white) without hitting Princess Park, Mosquito Cr, Tempe and down to Highway 1 or further
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