Babes Ride Out

B.R.O. 4 Meet Up & Ride Out | Triumph Newport Beach, CA

EventsAnya Violet

TRIUMPH Newport Beach will be hosting a Meet-up and Ride out to Babes Ride Out 4!

When:

Friday 10/21/16 10 am

Where:

Triumph Newport Beach

1601 Newport Blvd, Costa Mesa, CA 92627

Kickstands up?

11am

Provided:

Snacks and coffee provided as well as free tire pressure check.

Route:

See Google Maps to Route HERE

Details:

Suggested rider ability: Beginner/ Intermediate

engine size: 400 cc +

lane splitting: No

speed limit: This group will always be traveling at the speed limit

Gas stops: This group will stop for gas twice 

in Lake Elsinore 

in Banning

Campsite

Notes:

arrive at Triumph with a full tank of gas with a full tank of gas. 

Lead Rider Contact?

brookmcclendon@gmail.com

About Triumph Newport Beach

At Triumph Newport Beach, our customers come first.

Our mission statement is:

"Building lasting relationships with our partners and employees while serving the recreational and travel community. Our core values shall be based on Honesty and Integrity and Service to the Community."

Triumph Newport Beach is the destination European Motorcycle Dealership in Southern California. No other dealer provides a more convenient, easy to access facility with 8400 square feet of SalesService, Apparel, Accessories and Parts with 20,000 square feet of parking one half mile from the ocean.

Our large Showroom has the best selection of Motorcycles from Triumph and Ducati, all displayed with room around each to enjoy from every angle. We have a complete selection of casual apparel and riding gear from Triumph, Ducati, and Revit with two full size dressing rooms.

Whether you have come to service your bike or just hang out, we have a nicely appointed lounge with refreshments and big screen TVs where we also host World Superbike and Moto GP viewing parties. Our team are all handpicked European Motorcycle Specialists and all the best in the industry.

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Meet Brook Mcclendon your ride lead from Triumph Newport Beach!

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Motorcyclists come in all forms, and by no means is motorcycling gender-exclusive. Girls have been swinging a leg over motorcycles just about as long as men have been, and one woman that knows that well is Brooklyn McClendon. From California, Brooklyn grew up around motorcycles, as her parents regularly competed in desert racing, and ever since she bought her first bike at the age of 21, she’s been hooked and has never been without a two-wheel vehicle.

During the recent Hell On Wheels Stadium Steeplechase event at Glen Helen Raceway, Brooklyn took the win in the Women’s Class, turning laps that were faster than most men on the track. We decided what better time to corner her for another installment of At Random.

When did you start riding motorcycles?

When I was 21, I got a 1949 Indian for my first bike. I wanted to get that bike because of the look of it. It was also before the helmet law, so it was rad.

What does motocross mean to you?

Friends, family… I grew up with it. My mom and dad both raced desert, so I was always around it. It’s a good time and a way for me to escape.

Where’s your favorite place to go ride?

Hmmm… That’s a tough question. I like Kennedy Meadows. It’s pretty awesome up there. It’s like an Enduro for four hours when you’re on a long trail ride.

What was your first bike?

I already kind of talked about it—it was the ’49 Indian, but my first dirt bike was a 1968 Bultaco that I got from the Pennysaver for $300. It wasn’t the one I raced at Hell On Wheels. That was my friend’s bike that he is kind enough to let me use. I don’t have my first bikes anymore. I’ve had many new bikes since then. They were all awesome, and I wish I still had them, but unfortunately I don’t (laughs).

When you’re not riding, what do you like to do?

I like to go mountain biking. I usually go to El Moro, Laguna, and Santiago Oaks. I ride a lot; I usually go four days a week.