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10 | May | '17

Camperships Now Available!

Come and Ride with Evergreen this Summer!  
10 | May | '17

You Can Self-Fund TWO new Trails with GiveBig TODAY!

We've got just $35,000 to go to self-fund these trails! Today is more than a big day--it's a HUGE day. Members have already raised $25,000--and that's just at 8AM! You can be a part of an Evergreen FIRST: your support self-funds the incredible subalpine loop trail at Alpine Baldy! And we're just $35,000 from making these TWO new EPIC Skykomish trails a reality--help us keep the momentum going by Giving Big NOW!  Your GiveBig donation today ensures completion of the Alpine Baldy loop trail — a majestic 10-mile subalpine loop right above Skykomish!  Your support also pays to flag the proposed Maloney Rock trails to begin environmental reviews for the State’s largest shuttleable downhill trail network!  You’re making these trails happen—the Alpine Baldy permit may expire and we could be several years out before we get a chance like this again. That’s why we need YOU now.   Build These Trails Today!
09 | May | '17

Evergreen Flannels; epic support for epic trails

Your dedication is making Washington a national mountain biking destination. And if you support the GiveBig Skykomish trails today, we’ll have one more incredible trail network in our state! Your support makes projects like the Skykomish trails happen—across the state and in your own neighborhood. Your love of riding, trail stewardship, and sharing your passion with the next generation of mountain bikers makes you a cornerstone of our community. That’s why we’d like to invite you to join Team Epic.   GiveBig Now
02 | May | '17

A Rare Chance: You Can Fund TWO New Trails Today

Agreements are in place. Crews are on the ground. We just need you.  No exaggeration. We have a rare opportunity to self-fund TWO projects in the Town of Skykomish—but only with your support now (seriously). You can make this happen. We have until the snow returns to complete a 10-mile sub alpine loop at Alpine Baldy, and to design and flag new trails at Maloney Rock – which has potential to offer the largest shuttleable vertical DH trail in Washington State!   Permits expire and weather windows close—if we don’t (beat the fall snow and) fund these TWO new trails now—we may lose them—or be forced to wait years before we have this unique opportunity again. Give Big now to help make Skykomish an epic trail town! GiveBig Today
27 | Apr | '17

May Trail Building Schedule

  Trail Building is in full swing in the Puget Sound Area! Our Trail Crew and Volunteers have been busting their tails to bring you the best trails. Already we have logged an impressive 4,475 volunteer hours in 2017. And there is no plan to slow down! 
26 | Apr | '17

Did you eat a post-ride cheeseburger? Why your Legislators want to know.

When you ride your bike, you make an impact. Whether it’s that post-ride grub or grabbing a spare tube at a town bike shop—you have a positive effect on a local community! That’s a great thing, but in order to show our sport’s impact to businesses and elected officials—we need you to help us by answering a short survey about how you ride.
25 | Apr | '17

Island Riding: Vashon’s New MTB Loops

If you’re a Puget Sound rider who loves fun trails, island lifestyle, and scenic ferry rides—we know where you were last weekend: the Dockton Forest Mountain Bike Trails Grand Opening! Thanks to the joint efforts of the Vashon Mountain Bike Association, Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance,  King County Parks, and volunteers, the Dockton Forest  Trail builders went from breaking ground to biking the new 2.5 mile skill building trail system in less than a year.
23 | Apr | '17

March/April Trail Highlight: Dockton Forest MTB Trails

If you’re a Puget Sound rider searching for fun new tracks, look no further. How about some flowy, wooded trails nestled right next to a picturesque shoreline—all with the bonus of a pre-pedal ferry ride. If that makes you reach for your helmet, check out this issue’s Trail Highlight: the Dockton Forest Mountain Bike Trails.  
20 | Apr | '17

Join Us for the Vashon Trail Grand Opening Saturday, April 22 @10am!

Vashon Island Opens New Mountain Bike Trails in King County’s Dockton Forest! After years of planning and more than 1,500 hours of dedicated volunteer work, Vashon-Maury Island Residents will finally get to celebrate the opening of new Dockton Park mountain bike trails.  The public is encouraged to attend the Grand Opening celebration Saturday, April 22 at 10am, hosted King County Parks, Vashon Island Mountain Bike Association (VMBA), and Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance (EvergreenMTB).