evo membership program soft launched november 12, 2021

Demos, Rentals, & Gear: evo Membership Program Is an Adventure Nerd’s Valhalla

An annual evo Membership comes with demos on mountain bike and snowsport equipment, exclusive access to events and gear, and more.

Adventure retailer evo just launched evo Membership, a first-of-its-kind perks program that promises its members goods, experiences, and services for a nominal fee. The annual program will run members a cool $250, but here’s why that could be one helluva deal.

evo Membership Program Benefits

The $250 annual fee for an evo Membership will include:

  • One members-only gear kit
  • Three insured bike, ski, or snowboard demos
  • $100 service credit to in-store bike, ski, and snowboard service counters (U.S. locations only)
  • 10% discount on evoTrip adventure-travel trips
  • Early announcements about special product drops
  • Access to members-only events

And you can feel kind of good when you treat yourself to an evo Membership; 10% of the fee goes to charities that help children from marginalized communities get outside.

There is one catch: For now, interested gear hounds can only purchase evo Memberships in-store. Use the store locator tool to see if there’s a shop in your neck of the woods.


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evo Impact

“We are especially excited about this launch because we feel that it is such a strong expression of our values. Bringing people together, community impact, participating in the sports that we love, service and celebrating art and culture are all elements that come to life within our program,” said Bryce Phillips, evo’s founder and CEO.

The brand began as a retailer of premium outdoor gear for camping, mountain biking, skateboarding, skiing, snowboarding, surfing, and wakeboarding. But evo storefronts also feature art galleries and event spaces. It’s part of the company’s community impact initiative.

Learn more about evo Membership program at evo.com, and follow @evo on Instagram to stay up on the brand’s latest gear, artist collaborations, and community events.

Jilli Cluff

Jilli grew up in the rural southern Colorado mountains, later moving to Texas for college. After seven years in corporate consulting, she was introduced to sport climbing — and life would never be the same. She now works as a contributor, gear tester, and editor for GearJunkie and other outlets within the AllGear family. She is based out of Atlanta, Georgia where she takes up residence with her climbing gear and one-eared blue heeler, George Michael.