SAN ANTONIO Performance Bicycle Save As My Store My Store

15044 San Pedro Ave  With H-E-B San Antonio, TX  78232

Store Hours:

10:00AM-7:00PM Monday- Friday
9:00AM-6:00PM Saturday
12:00PM-6:00PM Sunday
All stores closed Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.


What's Happening at Our Store?

Our Park Oaks Shopping Center location is now closed. Our new, temporary location at 15044 San Pedro Ave in the H-E-B Shopping Center in now open. Our new, permanent location also in the H-E-B Shopping Center is being prepared for you to open early Summer.

Please join us and all are welcome to our Saturday morning, 8am Intermediate ride starting and ending at Bullis Park. We will average 15-18mph and ride for 20 miles with the option of another 20 miles. This is a no drop ride and the group will stay together.

Please bring your helmet, water and a positive attitude.

All bikes and bodies are welcome to join us on the Performance Great Ride Series!

Pace: Brisk: 15-18mph

Interest: Training: Focused on preparing riders for a specific upcoming event, or to increase speed, endurance and performance in general.

All rides have trained ride leaders and follow the rules of the road.

For more details and to sign up for the ride please visit our page on MeetUp, Great Ride Series San Antonio.

Routes / Trails

McAllister Park
Description: Park facilities include five miles of asphalt trails and more than 10 miles of unpaved natural bicycle and cross-country trails.
Difficulty: Beginner to Intermediate
Location: 13102 Jones-Maltsberger

OP Schnabel
Description: OP Schnabel has a variety of trails, from flat smooth trails to downhills, climbs, shaded forest and even jumps. There is a large BMX area with 4-foot high dirt jumps, some even have obstacles like old refrigerators in the middle of the jump. The park is located along a river and crosses over water in several areas. Trails can be rocky in areas and muddy after a rain.
Difficulty: Intermediate
Location: Take I-35 south to 1604. Take 1604 west (right) down to Bandera Road. Take Bandera east to the entrance of the park. If I remember correctly, there is a huge "Grass" billboard right at the entrance.

Flat Rock Ranch
Description: Long, serious climbs and screaming, blistering downhills, all connected by some expertly designed and maintained single-track.
Difficulty: Advanced
Location: Comfort, Texas

Government Canyon
Description: This park has a network of trails ranging from 3-5 miles per trail. Every trail head has a large topo map charting every trail in the park. Some of the trails are for hikers only and is clearly marked on the maps. The terrain varies from canopy-covered rolling trails to pretty tough climbs.
Difficulty: Beginner to Advanced
Location: West side of San Antonio, off of 1604