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Texas Mamma Jamma Ride

Texas Mamma Jamma Ride is an annual bike ride, for riders of every ability, that raises funds to support local support programs and services for breast cancer fighters and survivors in Central Texas.

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We ride for the 1 in 8 women who will get breast cancer

Our amazing community of cyclists, volunteers, partners, and beneficiary organizations come together each year to raise funds and participate in one of the best supported and most fun bike rides in Texas.

Proceeds from the annual Mamma Jamma ride are distributed to local breast cancer fighting organizations to ensure that those facing breast cancer in Central Texas have access to the care and support they need.

Start Pedaling & Join the Fight!


The Best Training Rides.

We make training for Mamma Jamma fun, easy and available to anyone!

  • Do want a friendly and supportive group of people to ride with?

  • Haven’t been on a bike in a while and want to see how you do?

  • Want to push the distance you’ve been riding and need help?

Mamma Jamma Training Rides are just right for you! Join us for all of our fully-supported training rides this summer.

  • Training Ride schedule and updates are posted here and on Facebook

  • Riders of every level welcome (you’ll need a bike and a helmet)

  • Routes of varied length and difficulty; led by experienced ride guides

  • Pick-up (SAG) service

  • Water & snacks

  • Mamma Jamma Training Rides are No Drop, which means NO ONE IS EVER LEFT BEHIND.


Join us for 12th Annual Texas Mamma Jamma Ride on Saturday, September 19,2020 in Martindale, Texas!



All riders enjoy a first-class cycling experience on routes for every skill level. With distances of 15, 25, 40 and 65 miles, there’s a route that is just right for every rider.



Texas Mamma Jamma Ride offers Primal custom jerseys in Sport Cut and Tank styles. Order opportunities announced in e-newsletter and on social media.  Every rider who meets the fundraising minimum, receives a custom tee-shirt and special gift.



Located on the banks of the San Marcos River, the picturesque town of Martindale (population 1100) is just eight miles east of San Marcos. The countryside offers scenic views, friendly neighbors, and lovely country roads for cycling. After the ride, enjoy food, beer, live music and more in a family-friendly atmosphere along historic Main Street.


Our Beneficiaries

Since the first Mamma Jamma ride in 2008, nearly $2 million has been distributed to our beneficiary organizations.



Why Your Support Matters



Provides a restorative yoga class for breast cancer survivors



Provides a month of post cancer treatment medications



Provides a life-saving diagnostic
mammogram test



Provides support to discuss breast cancer diagnosis and treatment with their children



Provides 10 hours of 1x1 support from a certified Patient Navigator



Provides a wheelchair or other medical equipment needed at home after treatment

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"The people at the rides and the beneficiaries of this event saved the integrity of my family.”

– Jo McIntosh