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    Visiting Washington? Where to ride/rent/get trail info...

    Visiting Washington and want to know where to rent/ride/find ride buddies? Start here for information. Thanks to Woodway for putting this together.

    If you are visiting the Seattle Area, where to ride?

    See this page in the Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance trail wiki:
    Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance Wiki

    If you are visiting Spokane area where to ride?

    Evergreen East Mountain Bike Alliance is the local mtb organzation, very active.

    Riverside State Park is great for XC; Beacon Hill has more strenuous XC, Freeride and downhill trails, and a mountain bike park.
    Bike Hub rents mountain bikes in Spokane

    Where can I find people to ride with?
    In the Seattle area, check the ride calendar on the Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance website. Group rides are going off year-round. You are welcome to join any of these rides, just create a login on the site (it's free) and signup for the ride.

    Evergreen Ride Calendar



    I need to rent a bike when I visit, where can I find a shop that rents?
    The following shops in the Seattle area are thought to rent bikes. This list changes quite often, so call the shop to be sure.:


    Skagit Cycle - Anacortes & Burlington, WA - Featuring Specialized, Giant, Trek, Shimano, Santa Cruz, Redline, Electra & More!
    Fluidride

    What other resources can you point me at?
    The Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance Website has a wealth of information:
    Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance - Washington's Largest Mountain Bike Club
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    Here we go, round one. Please add obvious deletions and missing info, and I'll get them edited in and clean it up as we go along. The only thing I can think of is aside from the Evergreen Wiki, should there perhaps be direct links to mtbr thread on maybe the top three RFI areas for the state that would be "destination" rides? OR ??

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    Yay!

    Hopefully no more answering the same question over and over just about every week.

    Quite frankly, you rule.

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    Formica - thanks for cleaning it up and making it a sticky! I like the links to MTBR threads on top three sites. Agreeing on the "top 3" could be, well, challenging

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    some duplicates and some new areas here
    http://www.trailmeister.com/map_washington.htm

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    As discussed in another place, it looks like we can add Black Diamond Bikes and VeloceVelo in Issaquah to the list of places where you can rent Mountain Bikes!

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    Looks like Tacoma Bikes has rental MTBs as well.

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    Hey, yo; here's a couple more:
    Singletrack Cycles
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    119 West North Bend Way, North Bend - (425) 888-4886


    Alki Bike and Board; in West Seattle: ask for Stu, he's got more tricks up his sleeve than you'd imagine; his shop is a hot spot for a lot of the local kids.

    Go Huck Yourself. check out their website; lot's of dirt on their site

    Got Single Track is another website to look at; lot's of info on East side trails.

    FYI: Zeb and Jerry bought Fluidride's bike shop from Simon, the opened the shop with a new name-Big Tree Bikes on Stone ave. 206.547.0711. stop by the shop if you're looking to rent a downhill bike; they've got new Yeti demos this year.

    Can't forget Bike Works in Lake Stevens; Scott builds some of the best wheel sets around and has sponsors the Speedy Beaver Racing Team.

    Bicycle Centers of Everett in Silver Lake: ask for Devin; he's got the low down on the north end trails.

    Old Town Bikes is south of Tacoma.

    Friends of Capitol Forest has a nice website; they have a calendar with local events.

    Check out Olympic Dirt Society; their website and blog has a lot of good information on trails, rides and the local racing scene.

    Bones Over Metal: Mark Brent has put together a great resource for riders, racers and everything related to the world of MTB.

    Fluidride Racing is where you'll find information on some new races, rides and events in the WA area; this season Simon is hosting more Super D and Enduro type events and hoping to attract more riders from the mtb community. There are a ton of riders who love to hammer on XC / Cyclocross tracks who don't enjoy the intensity of downhill racing, who would enjoy the Super D type races.

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    Anything Vancouver area?
    Oh sh!+ just force upgraded to cat1. Now what?
    Best thing about an ultra marathon? I just get to ride my bike for X hours!

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    We would need someone from the Vancouver area to compile a list of places to ride. If someone can do that and send it to me, I can make a wiki page for you and get it added to the sticky page.

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    Just north of Vancouver there is a good system of trails, I think 60mi total, in Caste Rock (Growlers) and in Longview (Stella). They are maintained by local riders so it is tough to get a tour. I believe both bike shops in Longview Bobs and Highlander cycle will rent.

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    well in leavenworth there are a great system of trails and the best place to get info is Das Rad Hous

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    Enumclaw Ski and Mountain Sports rents bikes http://skiandbicycle.com/
    So does Greenwater Skis. FS Specialized bikes. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Greenw...23359397695106

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    Port Townsend on the Olympic Peninsula has great riding!

    Port Townsend, WA, has two great riding areas (of many). Some of these locations are little known. The first being Gibbs Lake, and the second is Anderson Lake. This summer, there are two low-key local races occurring at each of these locations.

    Lost in the Woods Mountain Bike Races are family friendly "out there because we love to be out there" races on the Olympic Peninsula. There will be prizes for the top three placements in all categories. Awards will follow last racer in from each category. Check this site for full information: lostinthewoodsmtbrace.blogspot.com

    Pre-register it will save you a lot of money: $30 race day! Pre-registration price varies based on class entered: between $10-25. Register online at Bikereg.com. Mail or deliver your completed forms to The Broken Spoke, 835 Water Street, Port Townsend, WA 98368.

    Beginner 5 miles 9:00 AM $10
    Sport 10 miles 10:00 AM $15
    Competitive 15 miles 11:00 AM $20
    Expert Mens 20 miles 1:00 PM $25
    Expert Womens 20 miles 1:00 PM $25

    Please check out the site and tell your friends.

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    Vancouver....

    Quote Originally Posted by woodway View Post
    We would need someone from the Vancouver area to compile a list of places to ride. If someone can do that and send it to me, I can make a wiki page for you and get it added to the sticky page.
    I'm in Vancouver and there isn't THAT much close by, but here are my favorites:

    Tarbell -- about 40 min from town towards Yacolt
    Siouxon Creek -- about an hour ride in Amboy/Chelatchie Prairie
    Lacamas/Round Lake -- 15 min out of town
    Washougal River -- 25 min from town
    Syncline -- about an hour ride towards south central WA

    Post Canyon in Hood River, OR is only about an hour too.

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    Issaquah, Wa Duthie Hill is Amazing and so is Tiger Mountain. Make sure that Tiger Mt is open during your visit.

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    Are there any good beginner trails around Bellingham harder than the InterUrban and closer than ACFL? I really enjoy ACFL but it is a bit of a drive.

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    Peninsula Indoor BMX / 4X

    Peninsula Indoor located in Port Orchard, WA is open for the winter. Wednesday night is open practice. Cost is $5 with ABA membership $10 without.

    4X Racing every Saturday night. Signups 2:30 - 3:30.

    All events at Peninsula Indoor are streamed live over the internet and archived for your later viewing pleasure. check out gobmx.com for more information.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodway View Post
    We would need someone from the Vancouver area to compile a list of places to ride. If someone can do that and send it to me, I can make a wiki page for you and get it added to the sticky page.
    Up on Larch Mountain in Clark County is about 35-55mi of trails on the mt. Tarbell, Bells Mountain, Silver Star are all great rides with epic views. All can be accessed just north of Vancouver through Battle Ground.

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    Could anyone highlight any MTB second hand shop in Seattle? (I'm looking for a Giant Anthem like bike...)

    Thank you in advance!

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    you might try Recycled Cycles
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    I'm a SoCal rider and will be visiting family next week in Bellingham. Would love to get on a Transition Covert and join some local rides. Would greatly appreciate guidance on which LBS to conact to rent a Covert and get in on some rides.

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    Visiting Portland in the middle of July. Im driving up to Ape Canyon and then heading back to ride Hood River. Any suggestions on Bike rentals and cheap but decent lodging near Ape Canyon and Hood River?

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    There are a bunch of choices in Kelso. I stayed at the Super 8 there several years ago and it was basic, but fine. Cannot help you with Portland bike rentals, suggest you post that question over in the Oregon forum.

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    I will be in Seattle tomorrow and am renting a bike from Montlake Bike Shop. I am renting a Giant Talon, but they also have the Santa Cruz Heckler and Nomad. The guy that I've been dealing with at the bike shop is super cool and I have had a great experience so far. Now I just can't wait to pick up the bike and make it to Mount St. Helens!

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    I want to again tout Montlake Bike Shop. Super friendly staff make this one of the best bike shops I have ever had the pleasure to visit.

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    Anything in the Newcastle or Cougar Mountain area?

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    Quote Originally Posted by akakuk View Post
    Anything in the Newcastle or Cougar Mountain area?
    Nothing on Cougar (MT Bikes were booted off Cougar long ago). Closest trails are going to be tapeworm in Renton, Grand Ridge and Tiger Mountain. Check out the Evergreen Trails map for details.

    Evergreen Trail Guide

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    Thank you for the tips!

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    MTB Rental - Bellevue

    Hi Flying into Bellevue from NZ and looking to check out Tiger Mtn (better suggestions welcome). Any decent rental shops in or around Bellevue or close to Tiger Mtn? Thanks. Jordy

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    Kirkland Bicycles rents Mountain Bikes and is not far from Bellevue. Nice shop and nice people.

    Check out the first post in the sticky, visiting Seattle and where to ride for suggestions.

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    Thanks Woodway. I did. And also looked at options to hook up for a group ride on Sat or Sunday via Evergreen. I will look into Kirkland. Thx again.

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    So talked to Kirkland. One rental in total..not a bad bike, but guy wanted a full paid rental fee and no refunds on weather. Also had no idea of the local trails. So, I'll keep searching.

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    You picked a good time to visit. Saturday looks to be sunny and around 80 deg F. Sunday will be a little cooler with the possibility of a little rain but nothing serious. Should be great riding all weekend.

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    Good luck in your rental search. As you can imagine, most locals have no clue about renting bikes locally (including me), but if you keep calling bike shops you'll eventually find something.

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    Pacific Bike in Sammamish has a demo fleet they might rent out.

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    Want to throw out a kudos' To Woodinville Bikes. They hooked me up on a nice Specialized. They posted me to Paradise where I enjoyed quality alone time. You did yourself proud today WA. Back tomorrow..maybe Tolt.

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    Hey J,
    A couple of us are riding Tiger early tomorrow (8 am). You're welcome to join us. Otherwise, I suggest you try Grand Ridge or Tiger. Tolt is fun but very similar to Paradise. GR and Tiger have a bit more elevation and a different feel to them.
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    Slop- thanks. I am slow to go (jet lag) so afternoon ride for me. Tiger looks great but I think a bit daunting without some trail knowledge. May just head back to paradise for ease and enjoyment.

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    Jordy - Tiger is actually pretty easy. Print out the map on the Wiki, and there are always a lot of people around who will be happy to point you on your way. Glad you are enjoying riding in Paradise, it's a fun little park.

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    I got foiled on my attempt to ride this morning, so I could show you around Tiger this afternoon if you're interested.

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    Some of the best ridign in the state is in Anacortes, and the trails are in beautiful condition right now. You can rent bikes from Skagit Cycles, and buy trail maps there or at The Bike Spot in Anacortes. You'll never forget the riding, especially at Whistle Lake. Steep, rocky, technical, perfect.

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    Hey everyone, I'm looking for good all mountain/light freerdie trails, I'm told to check out Bellingham, suggestions for place to ride?

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    Evergreen mountain bike alliance is a great site and being new to washington it has been a huge help!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sasquatch McGee View Post
    Hey everyone, I'm looking for good all mountain/light freerdie trails, I'm told to check out Bellingham, suggestions for place to ride?
    Galbraith is great. Tokul East, Tiger Mountain (when it opens again) Duthie Hill. Check out the Evergreen website.

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    where can I rent mountain bikes around bellingham area? thanks!

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    Hey. First time here. Am from Vancouver and am thinking about riding on the weekend with a friend who just moved to Seattle. Anywhere from Bellingham to Seattle. Looking for steep technical or medium jumpy. Thinking maybe riding Duthie on Saturday and then something in the Bellingham area Sunday. Could do vice versa.

    Any groups going out that care to show a couple dudes around? Saturday or Sunday. We are flexible. April 20-21.

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    Was looking at checking out some of the trails in the Spokane area, looks like the links for the fat tire club don't work, just FYI.

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    https://www.facebook.com/beaconhilltrails
    https://www.facebook.com/evergreeneastMTB?fref=ts

    FTTRC is being reincarnated as a chapter of Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance: Evergreen East/
    What would you like to know? There is about 70 miles of trails, mostly pretty easy singletrack, at Riverside. At Beacon Hill, (accessed from Camp Sekani Park or Esmerelda Golf Course) there is an extensive system of single track, techhy and/or flowy up and down, downhill trails, a dirt jump park, free ride stuff, big rocks to huck off and a skills park....Trails off High Drive, at Liberty Lake Park, Iller Creek Conservation area, Holiday Hills, Palisades Park, Mt. Spokane...

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    I'm actually going to be visiting in late july, and relocating in mid 2014, was looking at some flowy and/or technical single track stuff!

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    Visiting Spokane for work in mid October. Will it be too wet or snowy to ride?

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    Visiting Washington? Where to ride/rent/get trail info...

    Quote Originally Posted by mobilenemo View Post
    Visiting Spokane for work in mid October. Will it be too wet or snowy to ride?
    It just depends. Most years the really doesn't truly get crappy until late November. We tend toward blustery or Indian Summer days with some moisture. So you can get hero dirt, or freeze/thaw. Really, it can be some of the best riding of the season but the days start to shorten.

    PS. I heard a rumor that Wheelsport East is now renting mountain bikes. Can anyone confirm?

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    Quote Originally Posted by formica View Post
    It just depends. Most years the really doesn't truly get crappy until late November. We tend toward blustery or Indian Summer days with some moisture. So you can get hero dirt, or freeze/thaw. Really, it can be some of the best riding of the season but the days start to shorten.

    PS. I heard a rumor that Wheelsport East is now renting mountain bikes. Can anyone confirm?
    I called Wheelsport East and they are not renting mountain bikes.

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    have a nice day.
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    Going to be staying in downtown Seattle in july for a wedding. I'll probably only have one day to rent a bike and go ride. Any suggestions that will minimize my driving time but still give me the pacnw experience ? Thanks !

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    From downtown it's 30-60 minutes in every direction to the PacNW experience. The closer you can get to Issaquah the better.

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    Renting a bike - call a shop or two. If they don't rent, they should be able to direct you to one that does.
    Three riding options
    1. Duthie Hill Bike Park if you want to check out a very well built park with a little something for everyone...jumps, 5 miles of single track.
    2. Tiger Mtn...probably the most popular riding area close to Seattle. Climbing, flow trail, fast downhill.
    3. Middle Fork Snoqualmie River...back country, amazing scenery, will basically take all day.
    Go to the trail wiki on the Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance website for more info.

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    Hi Formica, when time permits can you update the first post you made here with the updated Evergreen East information (evergreeneast.org), instead of the outdated www.fttrc.org‎ links?

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    Visiting Washington? Where to ride/rent/get trail info...

    I'm not a moderator any more so I can't edit other peoples posts. Maybe ask Shiggy to do it?


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    Visiting Washington? Where to ride/rent/get trail info...

    I'm visiting Port Angeles in late June. Is there anything relatively close that isn't a lung buster? I would also need to rent a bike, a hard tail to be precise. Thanks!


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    I'll be in Longview in July, and I was hoping to ride trails around Mt. St. Helens. Where would be the closest place to rent a bike? I called Bob's in Longview and they do not rent bikes and said I would have to go to Portland.

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    Probably easiest to google around a bit and then make some calls. Most locals don't rent bikes...

    You'll love riding around St. Helens. Have a good visit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReeCee View Post
    some duplicates and some new areas here
    http://www.trailmeister.com/map_washington.htm

    Link does not work.

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    Hi there,

    I am a Kiwi heading to Seattle for a week on Sat and have Monday next week free, and planning on hitting up Tiger Mountain, can anyone point me to somewhere that rents decent AM bikes?

    Cheers

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    Check with Kirkland Bikes Kirkland Bicycle Shop Bike Store. Santa Cruz,Yeti,Giant,Cannondale. They have Ibis Mojo HD3s and Santa Cruz Nomads in their rental/demo fleet I believe, among others.

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    Pacific Cycle Sammamish.

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    Disclaimer: I have never ridden a transition bike, nor do I have any connection to them. I was going to donate money to WMBC but This would be a more fun way to do it.

    If anybody comes to Bellingham and wants to rent a bike to ride Galbraith why not rent a transition mountain bike for $40 for 4 hours. All the proceeds will be donated to WMBC.

    From their website:

    FACTORY DEMO
    Coming to Bellingham and want to try out a Transition on some of our fine local trails? You are in luck! We offer bike demos from our factory showroom by appointment. Here is how it works.
    Demos are $40 with 100% of the proceeds going to the Whatcom Mountain Bike Coalition to build and maintain mountain bike trails in Whatcom County.
    Show up to our showroom at the specified date and time with your riding gear and pedals as well as ID and credit card (we can provide flat pedals if needed)
    Ride from our showroom to Galbraith Mountain with over 50 miles of mountain bike singletrack to choose from.
    Demo rides are for 3-4 hours max and must be brought back the same day. Showroom/Demo hours are Monday-Friday noon to 5pm

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    I am building a bike and looking for a Seattle area LBS that I could work with to get final tuning/assembly done. Any recommendations?

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    quick and dirty info to riding in here under seattle section. it has gmaps coordinates, .gpx files, and rental location.

    https://tinyurl.com/ydxx8xaw

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    Update: Bike Hub has fantastic mountain bikes for rent in Spokane.

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