South Texas Off Road Mountain-Bikers (STORM) will be joining with thousands of people nationwide on the re-scheduled date of June 8, 2019 to ride in the Out of the Darkness Ride for Life, benefiting the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, and we would appreciate any support that you give for this worthwhile cause. Continue reading “San Antonio Ride for Life”
20th Annual STORM Hill Country MTB Challenge
March 23-24, 2019
The 4th race on the Oskar Blues Brewery presents the 2019 Texas XC Mtn. Bike State Championship Series
The Texas Mountain Bike Racing Association’s (TMBRA) XC State Championship Series comes to our backyard as STORM hosts the Hill Country Mountain Bike Challenge at Flat Rock Ranch in Comfort, TX. This is the largest mountain bike race in the San Antonio area with over 400 racers competing in the different age, gender, and experience-based classes.
Juniors categories (10U, 12U, and 13-14) will be racing on Saturday afternoon and Pro, Cat 1, Cat 2, and Cat 3 of all ages will be racing on Sunday morning.
Go to the race page for more information, to register, or to volunteer.
Order these shorts and other shorts, jerseys, etc. for men and women at the STORM Ridebiker online store. Remember to logon to your account or create your account (https://ridebikercustom.com/join) to be affiliated with STORM. Continue reading “STORM MTB Baggy Shorts are Finally Here!!!”
South Texas Off Road Mountain-Bikers (STORM) is a 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. Continue reading “STORM”