Home > Blog

Blog

23 | Oct | '20
Yvonne Kraus
  The U.S. Forest Service (USFS) seeks public input on how to manage electric-assist mountain bikes (eMTBs) on trails and comments are due Monday, October 26th!

Read more

22 | Oct | '20
Bobby Stewart
  Good mountain bikers are good trail stewards. And good trail stewards play a key part in keeping your favorite trails safe and ready to ride.

Read more

15 | Oct | '20
Ian Terry
Jon Phelps Steps Into West Sound Leading Role  Extensive community connections and a strong business acumen among new president's skillset

Read more

22 | Sep | '20
Ian Terry
  In September, we reach out and ask mountain bikers to join Evergreen. And sometimes, someone, somewhere, responds by sharing their own story of how they got involved with Washington's mountain bike community. Check out Michelle's inspiring story and, if you haven't already, be sure to become an Evergreen Member!

Read more

17 | Sep | '20
Ian Terry
  New for 2020, we’re excited to host the Take A Kid Mountain Biking Day Virtual Challenge, facilitated by our friends at Compass Outdoor Adventures.

Read more

27 | Aug | '20
Ian Terry
  What's Happening On The Trails? We asked each Evergreen Chapter President to share some insight into what's new in their region.

Read more

27 | Aug | '20
Ian Terry
  The following article was produced and sponsored by Cameron Schick, MD and the team at Proliance Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine:   Mountain biking is an adrenaline pumping, fast-paced, feel-alive kind of a sport. As a surgeon who actively treats mountain bikers (from weekend warriors to the elite and everything in-between), I’ve experienced the passion riders have for their sport. As an avid mountain biker myself, I understand the love for the ride firsthand.

Read more

25 | Aug | '20
Ian Terry
--- This guide is always evolving and was last updated on 9/3/2020. If you have suggestions for additions or modifications to the guide, please contact us. ---

Read more

01 | Aug | '20
Ian Terry
  New Trails, Happy Washington Trails Day!  Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance and the Department of Natural Resources complete Phase II of the Raging River Trail Network; adding 7+ miles of trails.

Read more