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Posted: April 23rd, 2012
 
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New to mountain biking? Skills a little rusty? This is the perfect class for you.

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Join in the Sleepy Hollow Trail Rolling Work Party Oct. 4th!

Help maintain the Gold-Creek-to-Mt.-Zion connector of the 1200-mile Pacific Northwest National Scenic Trail! Come work one of North America’s largest trails-we won’t be going all the way to the continental divide in Montana, but the trail is just as inspiring!

We’ll be riding trail, stopping to do some work when needed, and enjoying the scenery. Evergreen will provide tools, gloves, and snacks—you just provide your lunch and some labor. It’s time to give back to the trail!

So join Evergreen's West Sound chapter for an awesome collaborative work party with the Gray Wolf Trail Crew and the Backcountry Horsemen of WA, in the Gold / Dungeness zone of the Olympic Peninsula! Come on out, work a new trail, and meet some great people.

Click here to RSVP

Also check out the Gold / Dungeness Trail description here.


Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day is Saturday October 4th 2014!

What’s more fun than mountain biking? Taking a kid mountain biking!

Join us on October 4th for the 2014 Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day and introduce a new rider to the fun of the trail!

For years Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance has worked with its partners to make this fun-filled day a reality. Kids riding with parents, siblings, and friends on every kind of bike on every kind of trail all have one thing in common—a huge smile!

This year's event includes guided trail rides, an obstacle course for the little ones, an exciting jump show from local and pro riders, costume bike parade and barbecue, and tons of prizes! It’s a terrific way to get kids outside in the woods having fun on bikes.

Come join us at this family event! All ages are welcome – from tots to teens – they just need a working bike and helmet to participate.

So bring your kids, your neighbor’s kids, or your friends with kids and come ride bikes on the trails with us!

Volunteers are also needed to make the day a success; please consider joining us as a volunteer and signing up here.

Date: Saturday, Oct. 4th

Time: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Location: Duthie Hill Park, Issaquah

Parking: The primary parking lot for this event is at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints off of Duthie Hill Rd. Click here for directions to the address:

Ages: All ages (and abilities) are welcome!

Cost: FREE!!

RSVP on Evergreen’s calendar here.

Questions? Contact Bryan Rivard at BryanR@evergreenmtb.org


ONE Spot Left to Mountain Bike the Annapurna Circuit THIS 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.

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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
Bryan Rivard
Communication &
Community Manager
bryanr@evergreenMTB.org


  Check the Calendar for even more events or see if you like the Monthly Calendar better.  
  Thursday  
  6:00 PM - Single Speed Thrilla  
     
  Saturday  
  8:30 AM - Olympic Peninsula; Gold Creek connector Rolling Work Party  
  10:00 AM - Take A Kid Mountain Biking Day!  
  10:00 AM - Summit Ridge: Holy Roller "Revival"  
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     Our Stats..    
  Number of Rides Led: 254
Number of Riders: 933

Number of Work Parties: 225
Number of Workers: 745

Number of Bootcamps: 123
Number of Graduates: 52

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


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