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26 | Jun | '19
Patrick Walker
"I See Shred People!"   A quick scan of trail opportunities on TrailForks tells the story of riding in Vancouver, WA.  Compared to other regions in the state it looks fairly thin, and it’s a good distance from home for most. There aren’t a lot of places to ride nearby, but for those willing to make the commute (45 min) from Vancouver or Portland, the Yacolt Burn State Forest holds “epic views, leg burning grinds and hero dirt all year”. 

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23 | Jun | '19
Patrick Walker
30+ Miles of new trail gets the green light!   On May 8th, 2019 we asked you to Give Big to help build 31 new trail miles across the state.

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16 | Jun | '19
Patrick Walker
10 years of awesomeness continues!   The 10th annual Evergreen Mountain Bike Festival is done and dusted and we’re still riding high! The weather was amazing, the bikes were awesome and the trails were perfect!

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06 | Jun | '19
Patrick Walker
It's Bike Fest Weekend and we are stoked!   This year we have about 50 vendors onsite bringing you all the best they have to offer. We want to make sure that everything goes well, for you and our generous vendors, so here are some things you need to know:  

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26 | May | '19
Ian Terry
  Picture this:  You’re driving. The windows are down. Mountain bikes sit neatly loaded on a rack hanging from the bumper.

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28 | Apr | '19
Ian Terry
It’s Go Time. YOU have the power to build NEW trails.  

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18 | Mar | '19
Joshua Gewirtz
We ALL benefit from great trails in communities across the state, and we ALL need to contribute to get the Chickadee Trail Project moving.

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18 | Mar | '19
Yvonne Kraus
On March 7th, while snow blanketed much of the Puget Sound, mountain bikers from across Washington walked off the trails and onto the State Capitol campus in Olympia for a full day of meetings with state leaders.

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16 | Mar | '19
Yvonne Kraus
2018 was an amazing and incredibly successful year. It was the year we opened Raging River, finished new trails at Tiger, completed the first phases of construction at Chickadee, welcomed TransCascadia to the Gifford Pinchot, built new trails at Dockton Park, and started construction on the Ride Park and Pump Track at Beacon Hill. All of this was possible because of YOU!

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