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.
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!
There is a new opportunity for increasing and improving mountain biking in Washington State, and your help is needed to make it happen.
From their humble, perhaps reserved beginnings in 2010, the Sturdy Bitches have progressed from a group of likeminded women looking to ride together, to a bad-ass group of ladies who successfully hosted the first women’s enduro race in the U.S.!
Winter riding can provide some great opportunities for getting out– just make sure you aren’t creating more work for your trail builders when they dry out in the spring.
Understanding how and when the “Freeze-Thaw” process works is key to a successful ride and reduction of trail damage.
Evergreen is excited to announce the hiring of Patrick Walker, our new Senior Marketing Manager. Patrick, a full-time Leavenworth resident, brings to this role a wealth of experience from his previous non-profit work at the Wenatchee River Institute and the Chelan-Douglas Land Trust.