Join Date: Nov 2008
Location: Woodinville, WA
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Specifically, check out the Evergreen Trail wiki:
St. Ed's is a fine place to ride, but can get crowded, and some of the best trail combinations are a little tough to find if you don't know the area. Other places to check out (see the Evergreen Trail wiki entries):
There are all within an hour drive of Bellevue. If you want to drive further, there is Galbraith Mountain in Bellingham (well worth the drive!), Anacortes Community Forest in Anacortes and Banner Forest on the Kitsap Penninsula (fun to take the ferry over, ride your bike onto the ferry, about 3.5 mile ride to the trails).
If you want a ride partner, you might post onto the Evergreen Yahoo Group (http://sports.groups.yahoo.com/group...mbers/messages
) or look at the ride calendar on the Evergreen website. Non-members are welcome to join rides, you just need to register on the website (it's free) and sign up so that the ride leader knows you are coming.
Have a great time!
[add on edit: Definitly check out Colonnade if you have time. It's more of a skills-building type of place, but you'll be amazed how much is packed into a small space under the freeway!]
Last edited by woodway; 12-04-08 at 11:29 PM.