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Tiger Mountain State Forest
In cooperation with the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR), we’ve proposed, surveyed, designed, constructed, and continue to maintain all of the legal bicycle trails since 1990.

St. Edward State Park
Selected by the land manager in 1991 to create the proposal and develop the park trail system. St Ed’s is one of a handful Washington State Parks that allow mountain bicycling. We continue to maintain the trails in the park.

Moran State Park / Orcas Island
Evergreen worked with other lobbying groups resulting in favorable decision to re-open previously closed trails in 2002. We continue to maintain the biking trails.

I-5 Open Space Project / Colonnade Park
As part of I-5 Trails Coalition, the BBTC worked with the Seattle Parks Department to design and build this urban bike park located beneath I-5 between the south end of Lake Union and the west edge of the Capitol Hill/Eastlake areas. The park opened to riders in 2008 and is maintained by Evergreen.

White River Ranger District / Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest
Consistently worked with the US Forest Service to successfully prevent the closing of the Sun Top trail to mountain bicycling, 2002. We continue to strengthen this partnership through work on other trails in the area including: Skookum Flats, White River, Palisades, and Deep Creek.

Middle Fork Trail / Snoqualmie Ranger District / Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest
In 2001 Evergreen developed a shared trail access plan for the US Forest Service by working cooperatively with other recreation and conservation groups. Evergreen continues to maintain this trail.

Tokul Creek
Evergreen has worked with Hancock Timber, owner of much of the lands at Tokul creek, to maintain access for mountain bikers, build and maintain trials, and create an ongoing management plan for the area’s trails.

Cle Elum Ranger District / Wenatchee National Forest
BBTC Member / IMBA Western Washington State Representative initiated discussions with land managers to re-open 50 miles of trail which had been suddenly posted as closed to bicycles during the summer of 2001.

Grand Ridge Park / King County Parks
Participated with other lobbying groups resulting in favorable decision regarding all trails designated as multi-use, 2001. Involved with trail inventory and analysis since 1997, and trail maintenance work parties since 1999.

Mountain Bike Skills Education Program
In 1993 we created an educational program to teach riders trail safety and etiquette, ride/gear preparation, along with beginner to intermediate level skills and drills. Since then the program has grown to include classes for kids and women as well as more advanced freeride and downhill skills. In 2012 more than 600 riders participated in the program.