Introducing: Update location search radius

We just added a new feature that allows you to modify the radius of your location search.

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We received a lot of feedback from the Gametiime community that, while the 25-mile default radius was nice, many of you would like to either (1) search for races near an almost-exact location or (2) search for races a little further out since you’re more than willing to trek beyond the 25 miles for that awesome race that’s on the other side of town.

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Now, when you search for races near a certain city, you can select a radius between 5 and 200 miles of that city — at your discretion. Zoom in or zoom our with your search radius. It’s up to you.

We heard the request many times over, so we think you’ll really like the new feature.

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Hope this improves your user experience and have fun discovering races at Gametiime!

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