Online gravel cycling, adventure and bikepacking company ADVNTR have announced its partnership with route planning and navigation app komoot to bring more off-road routes to its global readership.
Recognising the komoot platform’s qualities for creating and sharing routes as well as telling great stories through Highlights, photographs and Collections, ADVNTR have partnered with the remote-first business as the website’s official route planning and navigation partner.
The partnership comes just a few months after Katherine Moore took the helm as editor of ADVNTR, a gravel cycling and bikepacking enthusiast with broad experience in digital media, most commonly recognised from her presenting role at Global Cycling Network.
Since 2017, ADVNTR has been at the heart of the cycling and bikepacking community and is a collaboration of riders, writers, and photographers from across the gravel and adventure cycling world.
komoot is home to the largest digital group of outdoor experts in Europe. With its smart route planner, tips from other users, turn-by-turn voice navigation and inspirational content, komoot has become the outdoor app of choice for over 15 Million people all over the world.
komoot recently launched a premium version aimed at those among its community who wish to ‘go further’. komoot Premium has advanced features such as dynamic, on-Tour weather forecasting, a multi-day Tour planner and sports-specific maps.
In 2020 komoot was the proud sponsor of the Atlas Mountain Race, the GBDuro and BADLANDS, and counts Lael Wilcox, Jenny Tough, Laurens ten Dam and Mark Beaumont among its growing list of ambassadors. Headquartered in Potsdam Germany, komoot currently employs approx. 65 people who work remotely all over Europe.