Babes Ride Out

Good Food = Good Mood

PeopleAnya Violet

Coming to Babes Ride Out East Coast 2? Come Hungry! Meet our amazing food truck that will be cooking it up all weekend!

Business Name: GOOD FOOD = GOOD MOODaka GOOD MOOD Truck

Website: www.goodmoodtruck.com

Where are you from? Matawan, NJThe northern tip of the good ol' Jersey Shore

What will you be serving + prices?  We have many specialties from our Signature items - Stuff'd Burgers, Parmesan Rice Balls, House-Made Potato Chips with a variety of sauces and toppings, and Avocado Fries to some classics like BBQ Pulled Pork Tacos and Crispy Mac n' Cheese.

Some of our menu items can also be modified to be gluten free and we will have plenty of vegetarian items on the menu as well!!


When will you be open?  We will be serving Lunch and Dinner on Friday, and spending the entire day with you on Saturday serving Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Tell us how your business originally got started. Have you always been into food?
Dean and Emily, co-owners of Good Food = Good Mood, and husband and wife team, have always had a passion for food. Since their teen years, they worked in the food industry, creating flavors, working with a wide variety of products, and realizing that food is the pathway to a person's soul. Following their hopes and dreams they continued their career by education and graduated from the New England Culinary Institute in Vermont. They both then, worked in fine dining restaurants, corporate dining, and food service management when they realized it was time to take the next step, by taking their knowledge and experience to the next level. Through experience, it was noted that food can really affect someone's mood. The goal is for customers to each walk away in a Good Mood by feeling satisfied and taste bud happy from their, Good Food.

What do you love most about owning a food truck?  The ability to travel all over the state of NJ and across its borders to serve great food to great people!!

Are you ready to feed 500 hungry moto babes?  Just like you were born to ride, we were born to cook!!  With countless festivals, special events, private catering , and corporate luncheons under our belt we are super excited and privileged to be a part of BRO East Coast 2!

Good Food = Good Mood accepts: Visa, MasterCard, Discover, AmEx), and Apple Pay and Droid Pay.  

Atwyld at Babes Ride Out East Coast 2

Anya Violet

At Babes Ride Out East Coast 2016 last year Atwyld had just received prototypes of their first collection. Now this they will have their full size run on Collection 1 and soon-to-be-launched Collection 2 on site for you ladies to try on! This brand has come a long way in 1 year and we are so excited to have them back!

From the mountains to the beach and the deserts to downtown Atwyld gives you the freedom to fly. Check out the latest video by Atwyld: Elevate and Accelerate Volume 1

Video by Sayer Danforth and Chad Huff of Space LB

The Navigate Moto Fleece:

Our mission was to create an amazing piece that transition from riding your moto to everyday street wear to hanging fireside at a campsite to weathering a cold night in your sleeping bag on the side of the road. Meet Navigate! This is not your average sweatshirt! This slim fit pullover fleece is fully lined with DuPont™ Kevlar® to protect you incase of an unexpected slide. It features quilted leather sleeves that add an extra layer and block the wind. The entire interior of the garment is lined in super soft cotton spandex jersey, which is really cozy against your skin. Diamond stitch quilting pattern on the front and stripe quilt stitch pattern on the sleeves give it a vintage moto feel. With the added spandex this style is easy to pull on and off over your head like nothin’. We recommend buying a size larger and layering this piece over the Convoy armored shirt for extra protection!

The Shred Moto Jeans

Women’s Kevlar lined motorcycle riding pants. The Shred combines classic high waist skinny denim fit with true moto leather features that take this style to the next level.

With Cone Mills level II S gene technology Shred has a great stretch comfort that fits amazing. Buttery soft leather panels down the front leg block the wind and add another layer of protection. DuPont™ Kevlar® lining at all the major impact zones adds a key technical element. Removable D3O® knee and hip pads offer a higher level of protection for serious riders and can easily remove once you get to your destination.

Hand-crafted in Los Angeles by skilled craftsmen with over 40 years experience in leather manufacturing. Most of all this style is constructed flawlessly with reinforced seams and the pattern is articulated to the riding position.

Photos by Jeff Stockwell

Presenting Vans Girls x BRO East Coast 2 Artist Series Skate Decks

Artist SeriesAnya Violet

This year for Babes Ride Out East Coast 2, Vans Girls is proud to introduce the House Of Vans artist series. Vans Girls have partnered with designer, Jenna of Vichcraft, and tattoo artist, Minka Sicklinger to raffle off two custom skateboard decks.

Minka Sicklinger

Minka Sicklinger is an artist who was born in The Netherlands, grew up in Australia and lived many places in between before finding her way to America, where she is now based. She collects treasures which inform and inspire the iconic symbolism and patterning of her work that finds its way onto paper, metal, flesh, and fabric. Through her art she seeks to find ritual and ceremony in the routine and practices of everyday existence.

@minkasicklinger

Jenna Blazevich

Vichcraft is the independent and collaborative, multi-disciplinary studio of Jenna Blazevich. With a focus on visual storytelling, she strives to craft charmingly unique brand and product experiences. Combining hand-craft processes and tactile mediums with a digital design skill-set, Vichcraft strives to work right around the line between art and design to visually translate intersectional feminist ideas.

@vichcraft

BRO East Coast Raffle Contributor | Retrofit Cycleworks

PeopleAnya Violet

Company Name: Retrofit

Website: www.Retrofitcycleworks.com (!!!)

Instagram: @retrofitcycleworks

Where are you located? Newton, NJ

What have you guys been working on for the past year?

Jeez, I can’t believe it’s been a year already! We’ve been hard at work with some of our own personal projects, some customer projects, and we now have our official website up! Over the past year I transformed mx XS650 to go flat track racing at the Appalachian Moto Jam last October. We finished the restoration on my dad’s CB750 sidecar bike. We redid all the mechanicals, all new wiring, upgraded the brakes while leaving the original paint. We also just got my dad’s panhead back on the road. We made one of this most challenging sissybars to date, the Scorpion Bar. This was a custom sissybar made for Ian, who won a free sissybar from us at Strange Days. The love of my life Kate just got her motorcycle license and we’re scrambling to get her CB360 on the road. The day before she took her test her it blew a head gasket so we’re doing an entire top end rebuild. I’ve got a CB750 swingarm chopper I’ve been slowly chipping away at that I’m building to hopefully run cross country with next year. And lastly we’re reviving Virginia’s very own wedding present BMW K75S for this year’s BRO!

We heard your team has a few bikes in the Fuel Cleveland show this year. Can you tell us a little about those bikes?

Yes! We’re super stoked we got not one, but two bikes going to Fuel this year. One is the Strange Days 3 giveaway bike, a 1972 XS650 survivor chopper we restored. The other is my dad’s panhead we just finished up. I submitted his bike for the show on his behalf. He had no idea and it was a total surprise to him. This will be the first major show any of his bikes have ever been in. The panhead is rather special because this is a bike he’s had in his head since he was 16. It just took him 50 years to finally get the chance build it. 

You contributed 2 stainless steel sissy bars to BRO last year, one of them being a custom order. What did you end up working on for her? 

Apparently the girl who won the BRO bar also won the certificate for the custom one. Not sure how that worked out, but it’s actually a bittersweet story. I won’t name names, but the story goes just before the event this girl inherited an evo sportster from her uncle who passed away. She was unsure about keeping the bike or what do with it. She saw the raffle sissybar was for an evo sportster and thought if she won the bar it was meant to be to keep her uncle’s bike. As fate would have it I guess her uncle wanted her to keep the bike! Since she didn’t need two sissybars we allowed her to exchange the certificate for some sportster parts to help get her uncle’s bike back on the road and more comfortable for her to ride.

What are you guys building to giveaway at this year’s event?

We are building a custom stainless sissybar made from hex material for an evo sporty. We’ve have an awesome design planned but that you’ll just have to see when it’s finished!

What makes you interested in supporting an event like Babes Ride Out?

I love supporting grassroots events that are local. Even though the original Babes Ride Out is a west coast event, it’s awesome that it's has laid claim to a great area of riding in our own back yard and we want to continue to support it!

Babes Ride Out East Coast 2 Schedule of Events

EventsAshmore Ellis
Photo By Yve Assad

Photo By Yve Assad

1 Week from today  gates will open to our second annual Babes Ride Out East Coast campout! We cannot wait to watch you ladies roll in! Make sure your bike is all tuned up, check and double check the weather and get ready to ride! We have outlined the weekend festivities so you can come ready for an incredible weekend!

Friday 6/2/17
12pm- GATES OPEN (no early birds please)
5pm-10pm- Good Mood Food will be serving food for purchase
8:30 pm- Welcome meeting & announcements
8:45pm-11pm- Karaoke with Hot Rides SF
11pm- Quiet Time

Saturday 6/3/17
7am-10am- Breakfast and coffee at the pavilion for purchase
8am-10am- Route recommendations with staff crew (we will be in barn, ask us anything!)
10am-5pm- ENJOY THE RIDE
5pm-7pm- Triumph moto games on the grass. 
5pm-10pm- Good Mood Food will be serving food for purchase
7pm-7:45pm- Raffle & Atwyld Iron Butt award
7:45pm-8:45pm- Daisycutter
9pm-10pm- The Defibulators
10pm-11pm- Hot Rides Dance Party

Sunday 6/3/17
Have a fun ride home! 

Adventure to Trona Pinnacles | Shot on the SENA 10C

Anya Violet

As motorcyclists, we get to experience the world in a unique way. Feeling the temperature change as you leave the coast and head into the desert and watching the terrain change with every mile.  Hop on board my Triumph Street Scrambler adventure to Trona Pinnacles with Corinne Lan Franco! Shot on my Sena 10C!

shot on the 10C

shot on the 10C

I have always been a no frills kind of rider. I keep it pretty minimal when it comes to gadgets and accessories. I just don't like to have to fuss with things and just enjoy the ride. However, when I was introduced to the SENA 10C I thought I would give it a try. 

The 10C is both a video camera and a bluetooth communication device rolled into one. It is so easy to install in any helmet that I transition it back and forth between my street and dirt bike helmet, no problem. With a touch of the button you can switch between listening to music from you Iphone or chatting with your road dog. The camera has multiple settings so you can record your entire ride and fill up the whole memory card or you can just grab 1 minute clips of the best parts of the road. I have taken my 10C on adventures on and off-road and on 1200 miles road trips. I will be the first to admit that this gadget just makes the trip more fun!