THE HELL YES HOLIDAY PARADE
On Tuesday December 18, say “Hell Yes!” to a bike ride/parade from The ABGB to the Austin Trail of Lights in Zilker Park and back. Wear your best holiday outfit, decorate and light up your bike. and ride with us on a free ride with the Ghisallo Cycling Initiative.
The Hell Yes Holiday Parade Costume Contest for fabulous prizes!
Categories: Best, Funniest, & Most Festive
5:30PM Register for the ride!
6:15PM Gather up time!
6:30 PM Wheels Down/Leave The ABGB
7:15 PM Arrive at the Trail of Lights
8:30 PM Gather to come back, near the bikes across the street
8:45 PM Leave the Trail of Lights
9:15 PM Back at The ABGB for the Costume Contest
The ride will leave the ABGB and travel directly to Zilker Park. We’ll take a casual walk through the awesome Trail Of Lights and return straight back to the ABGB to continue the party and award prizes.
And for awesome stuff with Ghisallo check out:
Build-A-Bike Holiday Lunches!
MORE ABOUT THE GHISALLO CYCLING INITIATIVE
The Ghisallo Cycling Initiative is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit founded in 2011 and based in Austin, Texas. Our goal is not only to provide Austin youth with supervised access to outdoor physical activity, but to help them develop into self-sufficient riders who have the skills and knowledge to use their bicycles for transportation without depending on adults. Our programs focus on transportation, navigation, and exploration while purposely developing opportunity, access, and equity.
Our primary clients are are low-income under-served students to whom we provide semester-long, after-school Bike Clubs, a free Youth Bike Shop and Earn-A-Bike program, Bicycle Rodeos, and maintenance and safety clinics. Since 2013 we have served over 14,500 youth participants via Bike Clubs and Earn-A-Bike programs, and over 8,000 via Bike Rodeos.
MORE ABOUT THE HELL YES! PROJECT
The idea behind the Hell Yes Projects is to prove out The ABGB’s philosophy that beer has the power to make everything better. Sharing times with friends. A fresh, hot slice of pizza. Seeing a great band. Hell yes, beer makes all of these things better. But we also believe that beer has the power to make our entire community better. We believe we can harness beer’s innate goodness and put it into action improving our neighborhood and city and enriching the lives of lots of folks. So, Hell Yes to more bikes around our city. And Hell Yes to making kids happy at the holidays with the joy (and the responsibility) of a brand new bike.