McAllister Park Jumps Update, August 13

by Steve Barish

Howdy to all my fellow San Antonio MTB addicts and welcome to the weekly #MacJumps update! We are a little late in getting back to the community due to some personal issues and the need to incorporate additional feedback we received over the past week. Huge thanks to everyone who came out or made comments on social media – please keep it up! We want this to be a very rider-centered rebuild, and while we probably can’t accommodate every suggestion we still want to try, and definitely want your voice to be heard.

That said, Sean has incorporated a lot of feedback and posted new designs:

Latest McAllister Park Jumps Design (PDF)

Latest McAllister Park Jumps Site Plan

Latest McAllister Park Jumps Site Plan (PDF)

As you can see, there are four lines proposed along with a re-route of the return line. The idea is to provide progression from easiest (at rider’s right) to most difficult (rider’s left) with the ability to ride in different ways. There is a hip added on Line 3 with doubles that can be gapped, and we are working on adding a shark-fin into the berm to spice that up a bit.

This is just where we are right now. Sean and several others will be at the site tomorrow (Sunday, August 14th) taking measurements and conducting additional surveys at 2:00 PM. I know it is short notice, but if you have time please drop by and give some feedback! Otherwise please add your comments on social media, send an email to, or contact any of the project team and we will make sure your thoughts and concerns are heard!

More info will follow here as things develop, so please stay tuned!  Updates can also be found on the STORM Trail Projects page.

Read the July 30, 2022 blog post on the McAllister Park Jumps

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