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27 | Aug | '20
Ian Terry
  The following article was produced and sponsored by Cameron Schick, MD and the team at Proliance Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine:   Mountain biking is an adrenaline pumping, fast-paced, feel-alive kind of a sport. As a surgeon who actively treats mountain bikers (from weekend warriors to the elite and everything in-between), I’ve experienced the passion riders have for their sport. As an avid mountain biker myself, I understand the love for the ride firsthand.

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25 | Aug | '20
Ian Terry
--- This guide is always evolving and was last updated on 9/3/2020. If you have suggestions for additions or modifications to the guide, please contact us. ---

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01 | Aug | '20
Ian Terry
  New Trails, Happy Washington Trails Day!  Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance and the Department of Natural Resources complete Phase II of the Raging River Trail Network; adding 7+ miles of trails.

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09 | Jul | '20
Ian Terry
  Building Resilience on Two Wheels The new YKA (you kick ass) Ride Series is introducing mountain biking to women who have experienced abuse.

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18 | Jun | '20
Ian Terry
The 2020 Dirty Dozen Twelve Washington trails that should be on your short list for this year's ride season.

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05 | Jun | '20
Yvonne Kraus
  We, the Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance, are angry and frustrated with ongoing racial injustice. We're channeling that energy into diversifying our perspective on what it's like to experience the outdoors as a person of color. Ultimately, we know that engaging in this work means nothing though without future concrete action. We’re in it for the long haul.

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22 | May | '20
Ian Terry
 News From The Trail A message from Washington's #RecreateResponsibly Coalition and Evergreen trail updates

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30 | Apr | '20
Ian Terry
  10 New Rules of the Trail Trails in Washington will begin reopening May 5th. Here are a few important ways mountain bikers can help keep them open…

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17 | Apr | '20
Ian Terry
  Grip the handlebars, point your bike straight, and just hope for the best– we’ve all been there when faced with a tricky trail situation.

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