2022 Spring Membership Drive

Moving Trails Forward

Support South Texas Off-Road Mountain Bikers and join our members to help move trails forward by building, maintaining, and advocating for more trails throughout the San Antonio area.

By joining or renewing during the month of May you’ll be entered to win one of several amazing prize packages! The IMBA corporate partners donating these prizes care about you and the good work IMBA Local Partners accomplish for us all.


Early Voting April 25 – May 3, 2022. Election Day on Saturday, May 7, 2022

  • Proposition C (~$3.5 million for MTB trails and bike parks)
    • O.P. Schnabel Park Expansion – Bike Park
    • McAllister Park – Completion of Bike Skills Area, Lighting, and Pump Track Improvements
    • Pearsall Park – Singletrack Trails and Flow Trails
    • Eisenhower Park Expansion – Downhill Trails
    • Pearsall Park – BMX Track
  • Proposition A
    • Howard W. Peak Greenway Trails
    • Protected Bike Lanes

2022-2027 City of San Antonio Bond Program Information Guide

2022-2027 City of San Antonio Bond Program website

IMBA Dig In – Olmos Basin Park Trail System Signage Project


Help STORM raise $6,000 to complete a trail signage project in Olmos Basin Park! Each IMBA Dig In project that raises $2,000 is eligible for $2,000 in matching funds from Shimano. So, the more money raised means more money can be allocated toward the project. Make a difference today by contributing to a Dig In project!

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Five Reasons Why You — And Your Riding Buddies — Should Join STORM

If you’ve spent any time mountain biking in the San Antonio area, you’ve probably heard of STORM, but you may not know exactly what the organization is, what it does, or why you should join.

In short, STORM is your best advocate for expanding mountain biking access and opportunity in our region. 

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Respect the Landscape – Do Not Ride Muddy Trails

“Respect your local trail builders and be a good steward of the physical environment. Keep singletrack single by staying on the trail. Practice Leave No Trace principles. Do not ride muddy trails because it causes rutting, widening and maintenance headaches. Ride through standing water, not around it. Ride (or walk) technical features, not around them.” https://www.imba.com/ride/imba-rules-of-the-trail

IMBA Responsible Riding and Rules of the Trails
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