- Hotter 'n Hell Hundred Bicycle Race
Annual sanctioned century race taking place in Wichita Falls, Texas.
- Texas Bicycle Coalition
Promoting bicycling access, safety and education in Texas.
- Dallas Off Road Bicycle Association (DORBA)
Off-road enthusiasts who want to share the thrills of mountain biking with others in the community.
- EDS Superdrome
- Austin Ridge Riders
Devoted to riding, racing, trail access politics and related events. Information, local trails, riding buddies, links and more.
- Greater Houston Off Road Biking Association
Organized to maintain access to trails in the park.
- Tyler Bicycle Club
Bicycling club in East Texas.
- STORM (South Texas Off Road Mountain-bikers)
Mountain bike club for San Antonio and South Texas.
- Fort Worth Bicycling Association
Offers scheduled road, mountain, tandem, and recumbent bicycle rides. Find information on membership, rides, and special events.
- Greater Dallas Bicyclists Club
- Violet Crown Sports Association
Racing club which offers activities and programs for all ages and abilities.
- Carrollton Cycling Club
- Lone Star BMX
ABA-sanctioned track in San Antonio, Texas.
- Gulf Coast Cycling Association
Cycling team competing in road, track, off-road, and cyclocross events.
- Corinth Cycling Club
Cycling group in Corinth, Texas. Site features ride rules, member profile, and photo gallery.
- Texas Flyers
Cycling club of Flower Mound and Lewisville, TX. Site features group rides, route maps, news, tips, and photo gallery.
- Brazos Valley Mountain Bike Association
Endeavoring to increase rider's interest and the availability of trails for the off-road cyclist.
- Biking in Austin
Focus is on biking for transportation (not for recreation or sport). Contains bike lane updates, advocacy info, links to organizations, legal info, and more.
- Mid-Cities Wheelmen Bicycle Racing Club
Provides events, pictures, newsletters, sponsors, and guessbook.
- BMC Software Tour of Houston
Featuring a men's 91 mile road race and a women's one hour criterium through the streets of downtown Houston. September 19, 1999.