THE MISSION BIKE TOUR ITINERARY
Meet at Liberty Bar, a former convent converted into Southtown's premier community restaurant and bar!
See the discharge area of the San Antonio River Flood Tunnel
Learn about what's happening at the former Lone Star Brewery site
Listen to the plans of the long defunct CPS Power Plant's quest for new life
Peddle Past the confluence of San Pedro creek and the San Antonio river
Hear about the Rough Riders and their history in San Antonio
View the battle site of the first major skirmish of the Texas Revolution
Explore Mission Concepcion which was established in 1731, and is considered the best preserved of the Spanish Missions
Get news on the new developments in the area, and the new Mission Protection Overlay district
Bike along side the scenic Riverside Golf Course, which was established in 1932
See the remnants of the Historic Hot Wells hotel, frequented by celebrities, including Teddy Roosevelt
Wheel past the Charreada, the site of San Antonio's Mexican Rodeo
Get a guided tour from a National Park Service tour guide of Mission San Jose, which was founded in 1720
View the serene Espada Park
Take a look at the Espada Dam
Learn about the Espada Acequia, and the how the acequia systems irrigated the farmland surrounding the Missions
Learn about the long forgotten Berg's Mill community!
Explore Mission San Juan, which was established in San Antonio in 1731!
Bike near the historic Yanaguana Trail
Arrive at Mission Espada, the last Mission on the tour, which was located in San Antonio in 1731.
Enjoy some nice refreshments and get shuttled back to your vehicles!