Mountain bikers Miles Freelan, 15, left to right, Spencer Arps, 14, and Eric Brown of the Whatcom Mountain Bike Coalition ride the Evolution Trail on Galbraith Mountain in Bellingham. The Whatcom Mountain Bike Coalition is responsible for maintenance and construction for more than 50 miles of trails on the mountain.
Mountain bikers Miles Freelan, 15, left to right, Spencer Arps, 14, and Eric Brown of the Whatcom Mountain Bike Coalition ride the Evolution Trail on Galbraith Mountain in Bellingham. The Whatcom Mountain Bike Coalition is responsible for maintenance and construction for more than 50 miles of trails on the mountain. Philip A. Dwyer Bellingham Herald
Mountain bikers Miles Freelan, 15, left to right, Spencer Arps, 14, and Eric Brown of the Whatcom Mountain Bike Coalition ride the Evolution Trail on Galbraith Mountain in Bellingham. The Whatcom Mountain Bike Coalition is responsible for maintenance and construction for more than 50 miles of trails on the mountain. Philip A. Dwyer Bellingham Herald

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