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New to mountain biking? Skills a little rusty? This is the perfect class for you.

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Join Evergreen Central at Devil’s Fest & The Darkside Festival 9/27-28!

Come join fellow mountain bike lovers at this all-inclusive trailwork and outdoor endurance sports festival! Centered at Mission Ridge Ski & Board Resort in the Cascade Mountains, this is a weekend of trailwork, music, races, food, and more!

Spend mornings at Devil's Fest wearing work gloves and breaking a sweat giving something back to the trails you love. Then sneak in some rides to test your skills!

But be ready because when the sun goes down the excitement amps up with The Darkside Festival!

Live music starts at 4pm with local acts, a beer garden sponsored by Badger Mountain, Icicle, Saddle Rock, and Iron Horse breweries—and tasty grub from Mission Ridge Resort. Or join in the trail races for riders and runners with energy left to burn!

No matter what you do, you'll end up exhausted and replenished and clamoring for more! And remember—all proceeds go to support local trails!

To buy a festival ticket and for more info click here.

Help Create the Future of Mountain Biking on DNR Lands

The lands managed by the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) are laced with hundreds of miles of mountain biking trails.

In response to legislation that Evergreen was instrumental in influencing and passing, the DNR is now required to develop new guidelines for the management of these trails.

DNR will be asking for public input through a series of public meetings and will form an advisory committee that will include Evergreen.

This is a critical opportunity to work with DNR in a way that enhances the future of mountain biking in Washington. Let's make sure that your voice is heard!

Mark your calendars—dates and locations are below.

  • Sedro Woolley September 18 -6-8pm-DNR Northwest Region, NW Region Conference Center, 919 N Township Street
  • Battle Ground September 22 -6-8pm DNR Pacific Cascade Region, Dollars Corner Fire Station #26, 21609 NE 72nd Avenue
  • Ellensburg September 24 -6-8pm DNR Southeast Region, Hal Holmes Community Center, 209 N Ruby Street
  • Spokane Valley September 25 -6-8pm DNR Northeast Region, Mountain Gear Corporate Headquarters, 6021 E Mansfield Avenue
  • Issaquah September 30 -6:30-8:30pm DNR South Puget Sound Region, King County Library System Service Center Conference Room, 960 Newport Way NW
  • Port Angeles October 2 -6-8pm DNR Olympic Region, Port Angeles Senior Center, 328 E 7th Street

Find a meeting in your area and make an impact by attending. Click here for more information on why your input is so important!

Evergreen West Sound’s BiketoberFest Celebration is Sept. 26 & 27!

Get to Kitsap for the 2nd Annual BiketoberFest! Rides, racing, bonfires, and beers—all to support Evergreen West Sound and the trails you love!

Join us Friday evening for a Night Ride (6-11pm) with light demos from Silverdale Cyclery—then relax by the Ninkasi-sponsored fire or enjoy some outdoor movies showing in the big tent!

Saturday morning starts with the Super D race (already 70% sold out- get your tickets here!) and then moves on to the Poker Run, raffles, festivities and more!

So bring your riding buddies, your family, or just your hunger for good times and support area trails by coming out and joining the party!

Questions? Click here for more information!

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.

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

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Evergreen Staff & Contact Info
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Seattle, WA 98115
(206) 524-2900
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Glenn Glover
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Mike Westra
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Bryan Rivard
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Number of Riders: 914

Number of Work Parties: 232
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