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Bike MS: Valero 2013 Alamo Ride to the River

Event DetailsWelcome to the

Date(s): October 12 - 13, 2013
Start/Finish Location: AT&T Center, One AT&T Center Parkway, San Antonio, TX

Registration Fee:$35 March 18 - May 31
       $50 June 1 - October 11

Fundraising Minimum: $300.00, due at packet pick-up

Route Options:       Day 1: 47-Mile Arby's Lunch Express
       Day 1: 70-Mile Route
       Day 1: 100-Mile Pfizer River Road Challenge
       Day 2: 58-Mile Route
View our Route Map

Age Minimum: All riders must be 12 years or older by Saturday, October 12.

The ride begins Saturday morning in San Antonio at the AT&T Center. Cyclists ride on scenic roads, passing spectators all the way into Texas Lutheran University for lunch in Seguin sponsored by Arby’s.  Riders choosing the Arby’s Lunch Express route will conclude their ride at lunch with their victory medal and a photo to commemorate their accomplishment.  Those participants who continue on after lunch have the option of riding to Comal County Fair Grounds to end their 70-mile challenge or riding the Pfizer River Challenge to complete the longest ride option, 100-miles along the beautiful River Road in Gruene.  Whether you ride the 47-miles or 100-miles all roads lead to Comal County Fairgrounds  for a fantastic overnight festival celebrating your day's accomplishments.  Enjoy great food, music, a beer garden and massage as you share the days experience with your friends, co-workers and family members.

       On Sunday morning, the top 100 fundraisers and riders with MS lead the pack as riders head back to San Antonio to celebrate completing the nearly 160 miles of riding on their two day journey.  Riders can make a quick stop in La Vernia at Hope Church to enjoy lunch, sponsored by H-E-B.  Then it’s off to the AT&T Center to celebrate with a victory medal, great food, music, massage, a beer garden and your team mates.

   What a ride, what an experience.  It’s more than a ride — it’s Bike MS.

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  • Bill Z.

    Did anyone hear about price gouging from the bike stores? I heard that a guy on the Chesmar team was charged $80 for a tire. Poor guy had to buy another one later too!

    October 15, 2013

  • Bill Z.

    Awesome, but I miss the gatorade. Cytomax messes with my stomach. I rode with Terry, Phillip and Wells Fargo. What great people! Terry knocked it out of the park 8) I was so proud and privileged to cross the finish with her! Phillip rode strong, was funny as usual and took a bunch of great pictures. Always a pleasure... You should definitely give the MS150 a try!

    October 15, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    I did the 100 and I am sitll hurting!! I went straight to bed, sorry I missed everyone!

    October 14, 2013

  • Dorothy T.


    I recently joined the UHS Road Bike Team here at work and will be participating in the MS 150 and in doing so I am asking for your support in the form of a $5 - $25 donation for this great cause. Please see link below.

    go to teams uhs look me up and donate there.

    Thank you!

    Dorothy Taylor

    August 24, 2013

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