Building trail with beer and movies: The fourth-annual Evergreen Winter Stoke Party

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance will hold its annual Winter Stoke Party and Fundraiser on Feb. 6 at Gerk’s Ski and Cycle in Issaquah.

A community-supported event, Winter Stoke draws attendees from Seattle, the Methow, Spokane and Walla Walla for an evening of prizes, a Diamondback bike raffle, silent auctions, beverages from Seattle Cider Company and Two Beers Brewing and an amateur photo and video contest to raise money to fund our trail projects across Washington state.

When: Saturday, Feb. 6, 8-10:30 p.m.
Where: Gerk’s Ski and Cycle in Issaquah
What: A party / fundraiser / mountain bike video and photo contest
(and all-ages event)
Why: To get together, have fun, and raise money for Evergreen’s 2016/17 projects
How Much: Tickets to the party are $15 for Evergreen members, $20 for nonmembers (prices higher at the door).

Evergreen is currently in the process of building an unprecedented 60+ miles of mountain bike trail over the next two years in Washington state, which will be funded in part by Winter Stoke. As the largest single-state mountain bike organization in the nation, we strive to serve the tens of thousands of mountain bikers across Washington, as well as the communities that benefit from the economic stimulation that mountain biking brings.

About Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance
Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance, a 501(c)3 nonprofit, is Washington State’s largest mountain bike association, and the largest single-state mountain bike organization in the nation representing thousands of riders through seven regional chapters across the state. Evergreen is committed to sustainable recreation, trail maintenance, advocacy, education and trail building and we are an important partner with public land managers, contributing over 14,000 hours of volunteer labor in the past year alone. To learn more about Evergreen visit

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