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    Looking for San Antonio ride info

    I'll be in San Antonio for work July 17-20.

    Looking for info on bike rental, were the trails are at, and group rides, etc.

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    good local site: www.bikemojo.com/speak Rental Bikes, not sure someone on the Mojo can prob. help. local rides again on mojo, you can also check out http://austinbike.com for places to ride. In town there's some urban stuff, McAllistar Park, OP, 45min to ~1hour is good stuff in the hill country.

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    check out government canyon @ 1604 and culebra turn west 3.5 mile turn right travel aprox 2-3 miles before rd curves you will see the brick wall w/lettering great trail w/many skill levels. enjoy live life ride!

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    GC is great...

    Quote Originally Posted by ironhrse_man
    check out government canyon @ 1604 and culebra turn west 3.5 mile turn right travel aprox 2-3 miles before rd curves you will see the brick wall w/lettering great trail w/many skill levels. enjoy live life ride!
    but last I checked, it's only open to biking Friday - Monday.

    Oh yeah, bring lots of water. Texas is super hot and you'll go through the water quick.

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    mcallister park is nice... lil bit of everthing there. leon creek below op schnabel park is a bit more technical than mcal. and alot less "Walkers" (fat people in the way!)

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    Hit these links:

    http://www.bikeworld.com/local/maps/mtbtrails.pdf
    O.P. SCHNABLE PARK
    This is a fun place to ride with a
    variety of trails. Within a short ride
    from the start are majestic 40 ft cliffs
    overlooking a dry stream. You can
    ride around at stream level or take
    the trail to the top of the cliff to a
    scenic overlook. If you go far enough,
    some of these trails connect with
    others that criss-cross San Antonioís
    drainage areas.
    From 410 go north on Hwy 16
    (Bandera Rd) 4.5 miles and turn right

    McALLISTER PARK
    Located on the north side near the
    airport. Itís closeness and variety of
    trails makes it a favorite for all levels
    of riders. For the beginner there are
    several asphalt trails that give you a
    taste of the wild, and for the expert
    there is plenty of tight, fast single
    track with some technical climbing
    sprinkled in.
    From 281 north, take Nakoma exit.
    Turn right on Nakoma and follow this
    road about a half mile past the
    stadium. The park entrance is on the
    right.

    Group (I've never ridden with them, but found the link)
    http://www.storm-web.org/

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    s.a. TX rentals

    cant help ya here (rentals) sorry but i will be in s.a. on 16 and 17 will be at government canyon, did not get to complete the trail so going back

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    Thanks

    Thanks for the ride info everyone.

    No one knows if any shops in the area rent?

    Prefer SS, but beggars can't be choosers.

    -Dan
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    Post up a message here:

    http://www.bikemojo.com/speak/forumdisplay.php?f=7

    They'll know where a rental is and maybe you'll find someone with an extra bike that will give you a tour.

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    thanks
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