Hey There, Welcome!
Welcome to San Antonio Two 10 MTB racing. We exist to help student-athletes foster a love of riding mountain bikes. Riding together as a team gives them an opportunity to be outdoors to enjoy nature while at the same time developing their skills and confidence on the bike. The riders are given the chance to demonstrate their growth through competitive and non-competitive activities. Your family has this special privilege to be part of an inclusive sport and part of a community of student-athletes, coaches, and parents riding, volunteering, and striving together.
We are excited to begin the 2024 season with returning and new athletes and look forward to working with you to achieve a fun and safe season.
All riders must be enrolled in a public or private school (or be home-schooled) in NEISD, NISD, and surrounding areas.*
Riders must be in Grade 6 - Grade 12.
Anyone who meets the above criteria is qualified and welcome to ride with the team.
*There are other teams in Boerne and Alamo Heights and we can connect you with those teams if they are a better geographical fit for your family.
Having the right equipment is important to ensure rider safety and enjoyment of the sport. Below you'll find a list of the required equipment for every new rider, as well as recommended equipment to enhance their experience.
Required for All Riders -
Mountain Bike - We have a limited number of loaner bikes if your rider does not have their own; deposit required)
Helmet - Less than 3-years old, fits properly, no cracks or dents
Hydration -A bike-specific water bottle with a cage or a hydration backpack; note: a regular water bottle will not stay on the bike
Nutrition - Small snack, granola bar, energy chews
Light - Our weekday practices are in the evening. You will need a light to participate in these practices.
Basic Toolkit - Saddlebag, tire levers, metric Allen/Hex key set, pliers, screwdrivers, adjustable wrench
Riding Gloves - Fingerless or full-fingered
Eye Protection - Bike glasses or sunglasses
Spare tube - Bike-specific tube
2024 Dues and Fees
Club & League Fees (required)
Two10 MTB Club Fee (paid via team Paypal) -
$250 / student (if registering only 1 student)
$200 / student (if registering 2 or more students)
League fees (paid via pitzone)
$40 - NICA National League Fee
$50 - Texas Interscholastic MTB League (TIMBL) Membership Fee
Note: TWO10 MTB Club, Texas MTB League, and NICA National fees must be paid before practicing with the team. A study-athlete will not be able to participate in practices until all fees are paid.
Race Entry Fees (optional, but encouraged)
Individual Race Registration (single race) - $50
Individual season Pass (5 races) - $180 (disco
Races are not required but are a fun experience for the rider and family members. Races are why most riders join the team - to race with friends and be together as a community.
Because races are not required, race fees are only payable if a rider chooses to race, and must be paid by the end of registration for each race.
Running a Mountain bike club takes a village. We need your help to ensure we're providing the best possible environment for the safety and enjoyment of our riders. Each family that joins is expected to provide a level of adult support to keep the team running smoothly. Any family member 18+ is eligible, moms, dads, brothers, sisters, aunts, uncles, grandparents, etc.
The good news is there are 3 different ways you can provide support with your time or with a tax-deductable donation.
Coaching - You don't have to be able to shred single-track to coach. If you can ride a trail, you can coach. To be a coach you must register with NICA as a Level 1 coach and complete the Level 1 coach requirements, pass a background check, and pay a licensing fee (check with us to see if you qualify for reimbursement of these fees).
Volunteer - Coaching isn't an option for you? No problem. There are many volunteer opportunities to help the club, from working as part of the administration team to volunteering to bring snacks, to helping with race day setup, safety, and tear down. Our ask is that your family commit to 15 hours of volunteer work.
Donations - Financial support helps us fund team activities and provide important equipment for our coaches and riders, such as 2-way radios, first aid supplies, spare riding lights, spare parts, tubes, etc.