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8-19-06 Igor rippin' down Rock Mountain
Posted: August 25th, 2006
 
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E. Tiger Mountain Trails–Including THREE New Trails–Open Saturday, April 12th!

Great news everyone...All trails on E. Tiger are open to ride for the summer season starting tomorrow - Saturday, April 12th. These include all the old favorites: Iverson, East Summit/Preston and NW Timber. Plus, we’re pleased to announce that three new trails: Silent Swamp, Joy Ride and Fully Rigid are also open to ride (see map below)!!

With the addition of these three trails, Tiger now has 12 miles of sweet singletrack for you to enjoy. Best of all, the days of riding the gravel road from Preston to NW Timber are now gone.

Get more info about Tiger trails here


Trail Work Season is in Full Swing Statewide - Join Us!

The weather is warming, and that means it's time to clean up a winter's worth of storm damage and get trails ready to ride. To do that we need your help! All ages, fitness and skill levels are welcome to join us. So pick a date, pack up the family, grab your friends, and come on out...

Upcoming Trail Work Parties include:

  • St. Edwards State Park in Bothell on April 13th, April 27th and May 4th
  • Duthie Hill in Issaquah on April 9th
  • Summit Ridge in Black Diamond on April 13th
  • Grand Ridge in Issaquah on April 13th
  • Sun Mountain near Winthrop on April 13th

  • Check the calendar and RSVP for an upcoming work party near you.


    Evergreen 5-Day MTB Dirt Camps for Kids!

    Evergreen's 5-Day MTB Dirt Camps for Kids are open for registration!

    Ages: 9 - 13
    Skill Level: Beginner - Intermediate/Adv
    Location: Duthie Hill Park, Issaquah
    Class Limit: Limited to 25 participants

    Camps take place June - August. For more details, dates and registration information, please visit our Youth Education page.

    After reviewing the page, if you have further questions contact our Youth Education Coordinator Jesse Ransavage. Our regular kids Basic Skills classes and popular Dirt Riders Club Series will open for registration in early March.


    Registration Now Open to Mountain Bike the Annapurna Circuit next October

    Evergreen and Cascade Bicycle Club have teamed up to bring our members the trip of a lifetime in 2014 – the chance to mountain bike the world-famous Annapurna Circuit Trail in Nepal October 20 – November 03, 2014 (15 days/14 nights)!

    Your trip will be fully guided and supported as you: Bike through lush valleys and century old villages, explore sacred stupas and shrines, and heritage palace squares of medieval kingdoms…Plus push/carry your bike over a 17,700 ft. pass for an exhilarating, technical 5,300 foot descent…Then ride along the Kali Gandaki river through the deepest canyon in the world…All with the tallest mountain range in the world as your backdrop.

    Get more details here


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    What is Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance?

    Evergreen is more than just a Website with a great guide to riding in Washington…We are the driving force behind mountain biking in Washington.

    As the voice of our members, we work with land managers to ensure access to trails. With your help, our volunteers build and repair trails so there’s always somewhere great to ride. Our active weekly rides calendar helps you explore local trails and meet other riders. And we teach mountain biking classes, and sustainable trail building, to kids and adults.

    Without Evergreen our trails disappear. Without you there is no Evergreen! Click on our new video to learn more.

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    Evergreen Trail Guide (aka the Wiki)

    Check out our wiki-based trail guide for info on mountain biking trails in Washington. This resource is user-editable and already has the most trail information you can find anywhere. Feel free to add to the site, your input is what makes it great! check it out

    Evergreen Staff & Contact Info
    Mailing Address
    418 NE 72nd St.
    Seattle, WA 98115
    (206) 524-2900
    Directions to office
    Glenn Glover
    Executive Director
    glenn@evergreenMTB.org
    Mike Westra
    Project Manager
    mwestra@evergreenMTB.org
    Debbi Murray
    Education Director
    debbi@evergreenMTB.org
    Stacy Karacostas
    Communication &
    Membership Director
    stacy@evergreenMTB.org


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      Number of Rides Led: 250
    Number of Riders: 792

    Number of Work Parties: 280
    Number of Workers: 845

    Number of Bootcamps: 117
    Number of Graduates: 292

    Stats are approximate, lower than actual count, and for the last year.
     


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