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27 | Apr | '18

GiveBig: 65 Miles of New Trails are in Your Hands!

You're our most important Trail Builder. #BeTheBuilder today.   It’s GO TIME. 65 miles of NEW trails are greenlighted.  That’s 8 new trail projects across the state.  But their fate is in your hands.  Will you GIVE BIG now to make them happen?   YOU are our most important trail crew member on these projects:  We need $124K to bridge the funding gap and start digging. We can do it with your help today.   Don't Wait: Start these Projects NOW
18 | Apr | '18

Evergreen Cascades to Sound—the New Evergreen Chapter You Didn’t Know About

This week, Evergreen members have another Chapter to celebrate: the brand new Cascades to Sound Chapter. Officially launched on April 16th, Cascades to Sound serves riders and volunteers in the greater Seattle region throughout King, Snohomish and Pierce Counties.
06 | Mar | '18

E-Bike Legislation Passes in WA Senate and House.

WA’s electric-assisted bicycle (e-bike) legislation bill (SB 6434) defines e-bikes as a type of bicycle (not as a motorized vehicle). It allows e-bike use on paved trails, but restricts use on natural surface trails--unless the land manager specifically allows it.  
06 | Mar | '18

Submit Your Feedback on Two New Trail Networks!

Our Kittitas Chapter is working on two exiting new trail projects.  We need your help to submit comments on proposed trail network designs for Manastash Ridge near Ellensburg, and the Towns to Teanaway trail project in Roslyn and Cle Elum.  
08 | Feb | '18

Winter Stoke 2018 is just 2 days away—do you have your tickets?

Win a Diamondback D8 frame, Fox fullface helmets, and more! You’re nearly there—Winter Stoke 2018 at Gerk’s Ski and Cycle is just two days away—do you have your tickets yet? Save $10 when you pre-register now—that’s more for beverages from Chainline Brewing (21+), BBQ from Gerk’s staff’s Trager Grill, or raffle tickets to pick up a Diamondback D8 frame set valued at $1200! And that's just some of the great stuff you could win (while funding trails). Secure Your Ticket Today
02 | Feb | '18

You Crushed 2017; NOW Get Ready for 2018's Projects

Your ongoing support made 2017 epic—and is set 2018 up for another incredible year. But we want you to know how epic your support is: check out the 2017 accomplishments and 2018 plans you made possible: 2017: Shattered Records Membership: 3,960  (DOUBLED in 2 years!)  Fundraising Support: $503,000  (Goal met!)  New Trail Miles opened:  65  (Goal met!)   Number of class participants: 815 Students! (Goal met!) Volunteer hours: 4000 volunteers delivered 21,932 maintenance hours! (Yup – another record) All this and we launched a new Evergreen Cowlitz-Naches Chapter! So thanks to you, we’re on a roll. Here’s what we’re working on next year...
31 | Jan | '18

Winter Stoke is February 10th; Save $10 on entry NOW!

Are you ready for bike videos, pictures, and an evening of hanging with your MTB friends? Join us for the 8th Annual Evergreen Winter Stoke Party at Gerk’s Ski and Cycle in Issaquah February 10! Evergreen invites you to join an evening of prizes, beer from Chainline Brewing (100% goes to your trails!), and the annual Winter Stoke Photo and Video Contest—all at Gerk’s in Issaquah.  Even better, when you purchase your ticket now, you’ll save $10 off entry at the door as an Evergreen member ($5 as a non-member). Not a member? Join today!
19 | Jan | '18

Evergreen is looking for a Community Engagement Coordinator

Evergreen is looking for a Community Engagement Coordinator to help the Evergreen team implement, grow, and evolve its successful events, social media, volunteer outreach, community and corporate partnerships, and other community outreach programs. 
18 | Jan | '18

Workparties in the Colonnade: Come join in!

The Colonnade—Evergreen’s first major construction undertaking—started the amazing statewide trail construction and maintenance ride we’re on today. Colonnade proved to land managers that BBTC/Evergreen members were serious about creating riding opportunities for all riders—and its completion lined up projects like Duthie, Tiger, and Raging River. Originally consisting of several challenging trails, the completion of the Colonnade provided an urban ride center for Seattle MTBers. With a place to develop skills that didn’t require a drive to the mountains, colonnade offered a riding option for users who may not have had time or resources to ride elsewhere.