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It is Evergreen's goal to make Washington one of the best places in the country to ride a mountain bike. We are doing this by:
  1. Working with landowners/managers.
  2. Thousands of hours of trail building and maintenance.
  3. Educating mountain bikers through boot camps and trailbuilding clinics.
  4. Getting out there and riding on hundreds of club rides!

Mission Statement

Evergreen creates and protects sustainable mountain biking opportunities in Washington.

 

Who Are We?

Evergreen is Washington States largest mountain bike advocacy and trail building group. Created in 1989 as a grassroots solution to local trail networks closing to riders, Evergreen (formerly BBTC) became a viable force in the trail building and advocacy community. Due to the progression and growth of the sport, the past decade has lent itself to the expansion of the organization. Evergreen has 3 paid full time staff, one part time staff member, and an expansive network of dedicated volunteers ready to assemble, build and advocate throughout the year.

Evergreen boasts of:

  • A network of over 5000 members/contributors.
  • Over 7000 volunteer hours annually.
  • Over 500 individual volunteers annually.
  • Over 700 rides led per year.
  • Over 200 Mountain Bike Bootcamp graduates introduced to the sport and the culture.
Evergreen focuses on:

Advocacy: Evergreen advocates for trail access and funding with city, county, state, and federal officials. In addition, we coordinate volunteers to protect, maintain, and build single and shared use trails and mountain bike parks.

Education: Evergreen educates the public on the benefits of mountain biking and how to safely and responsibly ride off road.

Recreation: Evergreen provides recreational activities to anyone who wants to go mountain biking. Our web site hosts a ride calendar that opens up group rides exposing interested riders to new trails and new friends.

For more information on how you can become involved, call our staff at 206-524-2900 or email staff@evergreenMTB.org.

Last modified on 2014-05-02 09:36:58 by Maarten van Dantzich.


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