The Trailforks Ridelog feature has several purposes, the first being your personal log of the rides you do each year.
But that is only the start, we analyze ridelog data to generate regional trail usage statistics that trail associations can use to help plan and advocate for trails.
Sample: ridelog statistics for Squamish
The Ridelog data also is used to calculate average riding times for trails, as a guide to help improve trail accuracy and to assist in navigation.
Through the Trailforks App users can access anonymized ridelogs to discover routes the locals take to access a trail.
Garmin devices are popular, so we make it easy to import your Garmin activities into Trailforks for the benefit of the community & personal use.
63,054,705 ridelogs have been added to Trailforks from around the world!
Do the Trailforks ridelogs have privacy settings?
Yes, even more control than Garmin actually. You can have completely private rides, or rides that are public but the map & location is hidden.
Trailforks also scans each ride for sensitive or illegal trails and marks your ride as private if we detect any, only you can view it.