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01 | Jun | '15
Bryan Rivard
It’s still got snow on it, right? Welcome to 2015, the year of the mountain bike. Like other trails in the region, Hansen Ridge has shed her winter coat and welcomes riders to her rocky, medium-technical trails with big views, challenging climbs, and the potential of a mid-ride dip in the lake. 
29 | May | '15
Bryan Rivard
We need your help! You may remember last winter that we reached out to our community to collect used mountain bikes in good condition for a potential program we would like to develop. We are now close to launching this program: Evergreen’s Trail Access Program – providing opportunities for less fortunate youth to get outside and have fun learning how to mountain bike.  
22 | May | '15
Bryan Rivard
Evergreen’s efforts to advocate for mountain biking throughout Washington often takes us outside of the state—to Washington DC, Idaho, or like last month—to Portland, OR for the 2015 International Trails Symposium.
04 | May | '15
Bryan Rivard
Move over pictures of your college roommate’s dog and the dinner your brother-in-law cooked last night—it’s time to flood your Instragram feed with the stuff that matters: mountain biking pictures!
30 | Apr | '15
Bryan Rivard
Our friends at Freehub Magazine take pride in being the community driven mountain bike magazine and want to give back to the people and groups that make our sport possible.  For Issue 6.1, their Community Issue, Freehub Magazine is offering all trail advocates a 25% discount off a one-year subscription package. And when you subscribe with this link, Freehub Magazine will also make a $5 donation to Evergreen! 
29 | Apr | '15
Bryan Rivard
Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance is proud to announce a new partnership.  As supporters and fans of outdoor recreation, Seattle Cider Company and Two Beers Brewing have joined with Evergreen as our Trail Work Partners, providing donations for sponsored events and after select trail workdays.
28 | Apr | '15
Bryan Rivard
The City of Mukilteo is presenting alternatives for the use of Japanese Gulch and needs to hear from YOU. The city has compiled this survey to engage area users about how they would like to see this space managed.
28 | Apr | '15
Bryan Rivard
As a mountain biker, you rely on protected access to public land for many of the trails you ride on. As a community, mountain bikers care about protecting our access, and today you have an opportunity to ensure that the trails you love in the Mountains to Sound Greenway are protected. You can help today by signing a petition to support the Mountains to Sound Greenway National Heritage Area.  
24 | Apr | '15
Bryan Rivard
If you were on Tiger Mountain today you may have noticed an increase in timber traffic on some of the access roads.  As an informed rider and trail steward, you know that Tiger land is actually a working forest.  And as a working forest, Tiger lands have been contracted for a recent logging project, so mountain bikers should expect more traffic on the roads this summer.