About

South Texas Off Road Mountain-Bikers (STORM) is an all-volunteer 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization representing thousands of area mountain bikers in San Antonio and surrounding areas. Founded in 1993 by a group of San Antonio mountain bike enthusiasts, STORM is committed to environmentally conscious mountain biking and trail building, facilitating recreational trail cycling, educating about the sport of mountain biking, maintaining local trails, and advocating for increased multi-user trail access. As the oldest and leading mountain bike advocacy organization in San Antonio and surrounding areas, STORM is, first and foremost, an organization by and for mountain bike riders. That is to say; we like to ride our bikes off road and work to increase the opportunities to do so by advocating access to trails on public and private land. We support responsible mountain biking by adopting a sustainable trail ethic and practices that ensure our sport’s future. STORM assists public and private landowners with developing, maintaining, and preserving access to sustainable trails. STORM is responsible for natural surface trail maintenance and building in many San Antonio city parks and greenways. Through a proven history of collaboration between land managers, volunteer groups, and other local stakeholders such as businesses, private landowners, environmental organizations, and community leaders, STORM’s approach to advocacy and organizing is based on coalition building among these various trail and parkland users. In addition to our advocacy and trail-building work, STORM maintains several programs to increase our sport’s safety and enjoyment. Our goal is to provide riders of all skill levels the opportunity to enjoy the trails throughout San Antonio and surrounding areas for generations to come. STORM hosts weekly all-skill level rides, monthly kid’s rides (STORM Kidz), and women’s skills clinics through our women’s group (Rebel Betties) and puts on an XC race and XC Marathon race each year.  STORM is also an IMBA Chapter allowing access to the membership management, volunteer tracking, and educational resources IMBA offers.

Board of Directors

 PresidentJeff Jordan
 Vice-PresidentBrenda Gonzalez
 SecretaryOscar Cervantes
 TreasurerRobert Garlow
 Director-At-LargeJosh Baugh

Committee/Program Chairs

 Rebel BettiesAmy Tutoki and Annie Tutoki
 STORM KidzJeff Jordan and Brenda Gonzalez
 Trail StewardsJon Rodriquez and Jeff Jordan
 Race DirectorJeff Jordan
 Course DirectorJimmy Dreiss
 Volunteer CoordinatorBrenda Gonzalez
 Ride/Event CoordinatorErik Hernandez
 Communications CommitteeJeff Jordan and Brenda Gonzalez

Please use the Contact Us form to contact any of the positions, programs, or committees listed above.