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12 | Jan | '19
Ian Terry
--   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.
11 | Jan | '19
Ian Terry
--   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.
19 | Dec | '18
Ian Terry
  -   In 2015, I made a commitment to strengthen projects in Chapters.  This year, 7 of our 8 chapters had active trail projects– all because of your support, your voice, your sweat equity, and your donations. When you donate, you empower Evergreen chapters to make a positive impact on the communities they serve.  
11 | Dec | '18
Ian Terry
    Helping local mountain bikers connect with the outdoors is paramount to our mission at Evergreen.  
30 | Nov | '18
Ian Terry
  Evergreen’s Advocacy and Policy Work: Charting the Next Decade of Mountain Bike Success.   –   Do you ever wonder what Evergreen’s advocacy program is all about? Do you wonder what it REALLY takes to get a trail project approved? Here’s your insider peek behind the curtain of our 2018 Advocacy, Policy, and Project Development work.
27 | Nov | '18
Andy Rigel
2018 has been an amazing year to be a mountain biker in Washington State.
15 | Oct | '18
Ian Terry
  Autumn is for pumpkin pie, turning leaves and trail maintenance!   After a hot and dry summer of trail riding, it's time to show our region's singletrack some love...
12 | Oct | '18
Ian Terry
    Skills Clinics, Guided Rides and lots of happy young riders!   Over 300 young rippers and their parents descended on Duthie Hill Park on Saturday, Oct. 6 for our annual Take a Kid Mountain Biking Day.  
11 | Oct | '18
Ian Terry
At Evergreen, October marks the return of loamy trails, muddy bikes, swinging tools, and the end of the education season.