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Inflate your tires and grease your chains – we’re hitting the road and hosting a Bike Ride Social!
Join us on Thursday, May 27th at Market Square Park as we take a lap on some of Houston’s newest bikeways. We’ll meet up around 6pm and head-out right at 6:30. We’ll take a casual pace (we’re not the racing type) and aim to keep the ride a bit over an hour.
The event is BYOB (Bring Your Own Bike), but our friends at Houston BCycle are generously supporting our event; stay tuned for more information on how to score a discounted rental for the ride.
After we finish-up the ride back at Market Square, feel free to continue the fun as we head towards a local brewery for some post-bike beer.
Registration is free for members. Non-Members can join for just $5. For $20, consider taking advantage of our Membership + Event Fee Special.
We look forward to you joining us and seeing you in-person!
Now that we have power, water, and heat again… let’s get cooking! Join us online on March 18th @ 6:30pm CT for our next social event: a virtual cooking class! A professional chef from will walk us through crafting the ~perfect Piccata~ . We’ll have a Q&A session afterwards with the chef and get to compare and see whose dishes excel… and which ones will be put on the ‘chopping block’ (for you Chopped fans).
An ingredient list will be provided ahead of the event. Choose whichever protein you prefer: Chicken, Pork, or Tofu; the chef will provide instructions for all three. And — the biggest benefit from cooking from home — you can add/omit ingredients as needed or as desired 🥘
Registration is only $10 for active members and $15 for non-members. Consider joining or renewing your membership with our special-price ‘Event + Membership’ option for just $20.
YPT Houston and YPT Atlanta are excited to partner with Transit-Con to support and promote their first-ever virtual transit conference that’s open to all! Learn about transit happenings from around the county during the Industry Talks and connect with other transit advocates in the Open Mic Rooms or in one of the Regional Discussions. Houston’s own Christof Spieler, author of Trains, Buses, People: an Opinionated Atlas of U.S. Transit, keynotes this inaugural event.