Babes Ride Out

Have a Biltwell Helmet? Jenn Hallett Will Be Pinstriping a FREE Souvenir on it at Babes Ride Out 6

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Babes Ride Out


 Jenn’s Flash! Instagram  @jen_hallett_art

Jenn’s Flash! Instagram @jen_hallett_art

Babes Ride Out 6

It pays to have a Biltwell helmet at Babes Ride Out! Biltwell will have a booth set up with world famous Jenn Hallett who will be pinstriping Biltwell helmets for FREE with her special Babes Ride out 6 flash (bring a few scruples for a tip!). Don’t have a Biltwell helmet yet? Pick one up before you ride out (they ship super fast) or visit their showroom at the address below. Make sure to get down to the Biltwell booth early when it opens during the event to drop off your helmet, it’s first come first serve.

BILTWELL INC. 42349 WINCHESTER RD. TEMECULA, CA 92590

About Jenn Hallett

I’ve been painting professionally since I was about 20 years old, so a little over 14 years, though I’ve been painting and drawing for as far back as I can remember. 

While I’ll paint pretty much anything, most of my paint work is on motorcycles and helmets.  My specialty would definitely be lettering and pinstriping, though I have been asked to do a lot of different styles over the years.  One of the things I truly love about my job is that every paint job I’m commissioned for is always different and it allows me to push myself artistically. 

My inspiration comes from a lot of different places, but I’m especially inspired by multimedia pop art.  It’s something that has inspired a lot of my original art pieces, but with a lowbrow twist since that’s a style I’ve enjoyed painted for many years.  I call it moto-art because it often features people and vehicles in the motorcycle and/or car cultures. I remember hearing about Babes after the first Babes in Borrego and I was hooked after I got to attend my first Babes Ride Out in Joshua Tree a few years ago.  It’s been a great honor for me to get to know the ladies that put this all together and have the opportunity to work with them – first doing raffle pieces, then designing some lettering for apparel, and ultimately even painting their bikes and helmets!