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28 | Jun | '18

Your GiveBig Donations At Work

  Remember #BeTheBuilder? Now YOU ARE the builder! ••• The final GiveBig results are in and funds have been received: Your donations raised a whopping $105,215.56!!!
25 | Jun | '18

Interested in gaining DH skills? Let Evergreen Instructors help!

  Do you have solid mountain biking skills? Have you flirted with descending technical terrain or even entering a DH race?
25 | Jun | '18

MTB Fest 2018: Crowds, stoke and surprisingly good weather!

  What would you do when a 90% chance of rain (with possible thunderstorms) threatened Evergreen Mountain Bike Festival weekend? Answer: grab a rain jacket and go ride some bikes!
25 | Jun | '18

How to go BIG on trailwork this summer

Summer is the perfect time to get out for a multi-day work party trip. We’ve got you covered with lots of options!
06 | Jun | '18

Our Biggest Event of the Year! This Weekend!

June 9: 9am-5pm | June 10:10am-3pm Bikes, Events, and Prizes! --- What’s your demo plan?
31 | May | '18

Minors at the Bike Festival: Yes, guardians can pre-sign waivers!

Clearing passes, demos, guided rides, and clinics—they all have one thing in common: they require a waiver! But what happens if you and your younger rider aren’t showing up together? Do they have to sit and wait for you? Fortunately, no!  
30 | May | '18

Join us June 9-10 for the 9th Annual Evergreen Mountain Bike Festival!

  Two days of bikes, events, and fun: Your ticket is waiting for you now. How is it already Evergreen Bike Festival time? We’re STOKED to bring you and your family Washington’s largest, all-abilities, mountain biking extravaganza—but it snuck up on us with all the statewide projects!
22 | May | '18

Celebrating the Raging River

  Did you miss the party? You can still check out the trails!  
21 | May | '18

May 19th's Cougar Attack

Last weekend held extreme highs and lows for bikers in the Snoqualmie Valley. The opening celebration for the Raging River trail system introduced hundreds of mountain bikers to 17 miles of new riding opportunities. But overshadowing the day was a tragic cougar attack that claimed the life of S. J. Brooks and seriously injured Isaac Sederbaum. The outpouring of grief and concern over this loss speaks to the personal connections that make up the core of our community.