By Graeme J Zielinski - Express-News
The outing ended with a whoop-de-doo of another kind.
“It's a great day for San Antonio and Texas history,” said Tips, who said he considered the matter settled, though had been on the verge of escalating his search for the culprit.
Nicos Esquivel was nonplussed as he slowed his mountain bike to a halt and gave the thing a kick.
He balanced the shell in one hand and rode it over to his brother, who had a flat tire on another trail, and the pair of Clark High School graduates carted it downtown.
“We had to dial 411 because we didn't know where the Fairmount was,” said Alex Esquivel, a construction worker.