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Food Truck Menus for Babes Ride out 7 x Central Coast

Event InfoAshmore Ellis

You want to know what the worst way to ride a motorcycle is? HUNGRY! Never ride hungry! We have a delicious assortment of food and beverages available for purchase at Babes Ride Out 7! Vegan or Vegetarian? No problem we got you covered! Take a browse through the menus and get excited about what is getting served up at Babes Ride Out 7 x Central Coast.


FRIDAY 12:00PM-10:00PM

SATURDAY 7:00AM - 11:00AM & 3:00PM - 11:00PM

SUNDAY 7:00AM - 10:00AM

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Dinner Menu

  • Street Taco ( choice of meat, onion, cilantro, salsa ) $4

  • Street Vegan Taco ( Crispy potato, black beans, onion, cilantro, salsa ) $5

  • Cheese Quesadilla ( Cheese ) $6

  • Meat Quesadilla ( Choice of meat , cheese ) $7

Breakfast Menu

  • Breakfast Burrito ( Choice of Meat, eggs, grilled onion, salsa ) $8

  • Vegan Breakfast Burrito ( soyrizo, potato, onion, arugula, salsa ) $10

  • Breakfast Taco ( choice of meat, egg, cheese, salsa ) $4

  • Vegan Breakfast Taco ( soyrizo, potato, arugula, salsa ) $5

Drink Menu

  • OG Lemonade $5

  • Strawberry Lemonade $6

  • Cucumber Lemonade $6

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12 oz.                                              16 oz.

Brewed Coffee                                          $2.00                                                   $3.00

Cafe Mocha                                                $3.50                                                  $4.50

Cappuccino                                                $3.00                                                   $4.00

Chai Tea                                                       $3.00                                                    $4.00

Cold Brewed Coffee                                $3.00                                                  $4.00

Espresso                                            single $1.00                                       double $2.00

Flavored Latte                                           $3.25                                                    $4.25

Latte                                                             $3.00                                                     $4.00

White Mocha                                              $3.50                                                     $4.50

Hot Chocolate                                            $3.00                                                  $4.00

Caramel Hot Chocolate                           $3.00                                                 $4.00

White Hot Chocolate                                $3.00                                                   $4.00

Italian Creme soda                                    $3.00                                                   $4.00

Bottled Water                                              $2.00

Flavors : French Vanilla. Sugar Free French Vanilla,Caramel,Raspberry,Cherry, Orange

Hand Painting Workshops with Jackie King @jackie_danger

Event InfoAnya Violet
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An original Babes in Borrego attendee, Jackie @jackie_danger is a working artist who wants to share her craft with you. Her love for motorcycles and friends has brought her back to every Babes Ride Out since inception. She has been spotted at times painting murals for motorcycle festivals or skateboard parks. She sells her art, and also loves to teach art and DIY crafting with her business @yaymakerwestoc. At this years makers market, she will be guiding us with instructions to paint a Babes Ride Out image on your own parts bag as a custom souvenir that you can make on site yourself.

Make sure and head over to the Makers area next to the barn to join in one of her workshops:


  • 3:00 - 4:30 PM

  • 5:00 - 6:30 PM


  • 6-7:30 PM

See examples of the different designs you will get to work on.:

Meet the Fleet x Introducing the Brand New 2020 Harley-Davidson Demo Bikes at Babes Ride Out 7 x Central Coast

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We are thrilled to have Harley-Davidson on site offering demos at Babes Ride Out 7 x Central Coast! Each demo ride will allow you to experience the bike you have chosen for a self guided 1.5 hr route via an easy to follow route suggestion card given to you by Harley-Davidson. Please read the following very carefully before signing up. Since there are limited demo bikes the demos will fill up fast. Please scroll down to the FAQ to read how to be eligible to ride one and how you can get be "next in line" if the demos are full.

  • 1 demo sign up per person, no exceptions (please do not sign up more than once or for your friends)or you'll be automatically booted from the system. This helps keep sign ups fair.

  • *You must have a ticket to Babes Ride Out 7 x Central Coast already purchased to participate*

  • Must have government issued photo ID with a M1 license

  • Must sign a waiver release form (this will be completed on site before your demo ride)

  • Must wear proper riding gear. If you do not have these items or cannot borrow, please do not sign up as they are ALL mandatory before you get on their bikes. [DOT approved helmet, eye protection (shield or sunglasses), long pants, boots that cover the ankle]

  • Show up 30 minutes before your demo time slot at the Harley-Davidson booth. Failure to do so will release your demo to the next in line. 


Do I need a ticket to the event to demo?


Can I request a certain bike from the fleet?

Each bike per time slot is listed and you can scroll down to get details on each one to get the specifics.

Can I sign up more than once or for my friend? Can I sign up twice or more?

No and no :) You cannot sign up other riders or more than once to keep it fair. If we catch anyone breaking the rule, their demo will be cancelled without warning.

Can my friend ride on the back? Can I ride on the back?

No, one rider per bike :)

Shoot! There are no more bikes or time slots available, what do I do?

If the demos are full, make sure to stop by the Harley-Davidson booth 30 min before each demo takes place fully geared and ready to go to see if a spot opens up.

I don't have the gear listed, what are my options?

If you don't have the gear, you can't demo the bike. It's for your own safety.

I signed up and can't come. What do I do?

No problem! Please cancel your demo slot immediately. This way the spot can go to someone on the waitlist. It's very easy and very appreciated simply log in and cancel the free ticket. Click HERE for step by step instructions.

How do I know if any spots are available from cancellations?

A cancellation will auto populate an opening on the tickets page. A lot of times, ladies miss their demo and if you are geared up and waiting, you'll get to take their spot on site. Simply check in at the H-D booth 30 min prior to each scheduled demo. 

Are there ID or minimum age requirements?

Demos, just like the event, are 21+.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?


Alright! Now let’s meet the fleet!

  • You can click on each image to get even more details per motorcycle

  • Seat height is measured in inches

  • Weight is measured in pounds

Iron 1200

Seat Height 25.7

Weight 564


Seat Height 26.2

Weight 556

Iron 883

Seat Height 25.7

Weight 564


Seat Height 29.5

Weight 571


Seat Height 25.9

Weight 697

Breakout 114

Seat Height 25.6

Weight 672

FXDR 114

Seat Height 27.7

Weight 688

Fat Bob 114

Seat Height 27.7

Weight 676

Heritage 107

Seat Height 26.3

Weight 728

Low Rider S

Seat Height 26.5

Weight 679

Low Rider

Seat Height 26.2

Weight 661

Heritage 114

Seat Height 26.3

Weight 728


Seat Height 25.5

Weight 671

Fat Boy 114

Seat Height 25.9

Weight 699

Street Bob

Seat Height 25.8

Weight 655

Sport Glide

Seat Height 25.7

Weight 699

Electra Glide Standard

Seat Height 26.1

Weight 820

Street Glide

Seat Height 26.1

Weight 829

Road Glide

Seat Height 25.9

Weight 855

Road King

Seat Height 26.3

Weight 828

Rowdy Cowlick Returns to Babes Ride Out 7's Maker's Market!

Event InfoAshmore Ellis
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Rowdy Cowlick is the brainchild of Hilary J. Corts. Originally from New York, Hilary spent the last ten years working as a photographer in the music industry and traveling the country with bands. After taking a winter in Mexico to focus on her new love for chainstitch embroidery, she moved to Los Angeles and created Rowdy Cowlick. Each Rowdy Cowlick piece is made on a hand-operated, non-digitized, vintage chainstitch embroidery machine. Hilary will have her machine on site offering custom monograms and exclusive flash pieces. Bring your own denim or customize a limited edition bandana or mechanic's patch!

Makers Market is open Friday 12pm-9pm & Saturday 3pm-9pm. Each artist custom makes each item on site and does not sell pre-made items. This customize experience is awesome to witness and gives us an entire new appreciation for their craft.

  • Monograms $25,

  • Monogrammed Bandanas $30,

  • Various flash pieces for Babes Ride Out 7 TBD

As always, every maker is available to create a custom piece for you prior or after the event! You can reach Hilary at


Got a Biltwell Helmet? Get it Painted for Free at Biltwell's Customer Appreciation Station at Babes Ride Out 7 by @chicken_in_a_biscuit

Event Info, Artist Series, SponsorsAshmore Ellis

Biltwell has been supporting Babes Ride Out events for 7 years (our first believers!) and we are so grateful to have them participate year after year with their on site customer appreciation . This year they are bringing out Nicole aka @chicken_in_a_biscuit (who is also painting a Biltwell helmet for the Moto F.A.M raffle) to paint FREE flash on Friday & Sat evenings from 4-8PM. If you’ve got a Biltwell lid, make sure to bring it! Thinking you may be ready for a new lid? Click the link below as we go over when its time to replace your helmet to ensure you are actually being protected as much as possible.

Is it Time to Replace Your Helmet?! Probably!

Alright, now let’s get to know Nicole!

Babes Ride Out 7 x Biltwell

When I moved to San Francisco in 2003, I quickly decided the bus wasn’t for me, and I got a little 50cc Vespa scooter. It was awesome and I learned a lot about what not to do on a bike. Eventually, I wanted to go faster, get out of town and across the Golden Gate Bridge, so I bought a ’69 Honda Scrambler. I rode by myself for years because I didn’t know other people that rode. Some of my dude friends started riding and pushed me to go faster and explore more. Eventually I got a Harley and started doing rides to the desert and beyond. The first time I ever rode with women was BRO 2 in 2014 where I trailered my bike from The Sea Ranch to SF, picked up a gal I’d never met before and her bike, and unloaded in Venice and rode to JT by 10pm. It was so much to fathom going from no one to everyone literally overnight.

Now, I’m a certified CMSP instructor and teach all kinds of people how to ride. I live and work at one school in San Diego, and ride up to San Francisco every month to teach at another school there. I paint helmets and tanks in between. It feels like I’m living a double life at times, but I’m so invested in these two endeavors that it doesn’t feel like work at all.

Painting flowers, snakes and other animals on helmets is so exciting because it’s something you don’t see in the motorcycle world full of skulls and flames. Although that will always be classic iconography, there is room for new style. I love painting flowers on motorcycle gear because it’s in exact opposition of motorcycles themselves—hard, clanking, loud machinery. The sight of something so delicate associated with something so tough is one of my favorite juxtapositions. Snakes and animals are reflections of ourselves I’m pretty sure...they’re wild and free, like how we feel while riding. I’m not sure exactly why I love it. It’s instinctual rather than intellectual.

Photo by @unstuckwoman

Photo by @unstuckwoman

I hope to keep doing this forever...and well, paint snakes as murals more too. Painting big is my favorite way to paint, and snakes have endless possibilities. Being able to use painting as a way to bridge my love for art and motorcycles feels like the epitome of who I am. It’s a simple thing but it’s not a job you find next to a checked box when you’re a kid at the school career fair. It took me a long time to find out that this was it for me, and now that I’m doing it, I can’t believe I wasn’t doing it

Babes Ride Out 7  Biltwell Helmet Flash

Nicole is available for commissions! She can be reached at

After the 4-8PM time slot , she will become part of the Makers Market and will do any brand of helmet with her flash for a small fee until 10PM

Suggested Route Maps for Babes Ride Out 7 x Central Coast

Event InfoAnya Violet

Are you ready to ride? Babes Ride Out is a true riding event which means camp is empty during the day as you are expected to head out and explore the area on two wheels! We’ve curated riding routes from 72-129 miles that will take you through some of the most impeccable riding routes and site that the Central Coast has to offer. There are no organized group rides so if you are looking to tag along with some like minded ladies, post in our facebook event page dedicated to this event as your riding experience, gas tank size, and idea of fun will determine who you may want to link up with. Of course, these are not the only routes you can explore, feel free to google the area and see what fits you and your needs for the day. Anywhere you decide to ride will be epic!

The Central Coast is filled with some of the best motorcycle roads you can find. It was really hard to choose but we have put together 6 of our favorite routes including points of interest like Morro Rock, Ragged Point, Pozo Saloon, Hearst Castle, and Firestone Walker Brewery. But let’s be honest, its the roads in between that are what it is all about. We will have printed route maps on site courtesy of Biltwell but you’ll need and want to download the routes before hand to ensure you are 100% good to go. On Saturday morning, grab a Biltwell route map from the Ecoslo booth, enjoy some breakfast and coffee, then hit the road! Take a scroll to see which routes you want to ride this year.

DISCLAIMER: You are riding at your own risk so please make sure you view the route & mark your gas stops based on tank size, check the local weather where you are going, check for last minute road closures, and have the skill set to ride comfortably. We highly suggest to have a plan if and for some reason your motorcycle breaks down. Babes Ride Out does not have towing or road side assistance to aid you, so please sign up for the Russ Brown Bam Membership card to ensure you have a back up plan (its free).

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THE ROCK AND THE BEARS | 72 Miles Round Trip


  • Morro Rock

  • Montana De Oro State Park

Morro Rock is such a beautiful icon of the central coast. Few know that it is actually a dormant volcano, 1 of the 9 sisters that make up a string of peaks throughout SLO county. This route not only takes you on the fun curves that head to the coast and into the town of Morro Bay but also through the Valley of the Bears (Los Osos) and in to Montana De Oro State Park. Once you leave the rock and ride through the fishing village of Morro Bay you will ride next to the estuary and wildlife preserve. Ride through the tow of los Osos and you will find yourself with some amazing view of the bay and the rock before you enter the Eucalyptus forest. The road ends at Montana De Oro state beach and the best part is you get to ride the gorgeous Pecho Valley road again on your way back in to town. The smell of the Eucalyptus is so beautiful. Take a detour on your way home and hit Turri Rd! An awesomely remote road with rolling hills and fun turns that dumps you back out on to the most direct route back to camp.



THE CASTLE | 104 Miles Round Trip


  • Hearst Castle

  • San Simeon State Beach

  • Option to add Morro Rock

Hearst Castle is a National Historic Landmark that sits above San Simeon State Beach. Built by publishing tycoon William Randolph Hearst 1919-1947.  It is absolutely breathtaking and the only place like it in the world. It also just so happens to a an incredible ride to get there. Over the rolling hills with nice wide twist and turns, hwy 46 drops you off on highway 1 which will take you along the coast to your destination. Don’t want to visit the Castle? Check out San Simeon state beach or keep going up the coast to see the Elephant Seals baking in the sun. The route back takes you through Morro Bay if you want to see the Rock and then on Hwy 41 back to camp.



THE FAULT LINE | 120 Miles Round Trip


  • Parkfield – Small town known as the Earthquake Capitol of the world

  • Amazing Backroads

Backroads only! If you are looking for some great seat time on some super fun backroads then this is the route for you. Steer clear of the freeways by taking this awesome route out to the Earthquake capitol of the world. Yep the tiny little town of Parkfield sits right on top of the San Andreas Fault and has the most recorded seismic activity of anywhere on the planet. There is a cool little café and a nice lawn for you to take a break and relax! There are some beautiful roads that take you to and from and allow you to open up the throttle a bit if you feel like it.



FROM THE BREWERY TO THE BAY | 99 Miles Round trip


  • 805 Brewery

  • Morro Bay

Travel some of our favorite twisty back roads to get to the 805 brewery. Hwy 229 is pretty much a roller coaster for two wheels so enjoy the ride. Take a tour or grab some lunch while you’re there. Please do not drink and ride! After your visit, head out to the coast via the scenic HWY 46. Pretty sure this road was built with motorcycles in mind! This will take you to the Pacific Coast highway where you can head south to visit Morro Rock. The route back to camp is gorgeous as you wind down hwy 41.



RANCHERS ROUTE | 92 Miles Round Trip


  • Pozo Saloon

  • Back Roads Galore

The perfect ride if you want to get on the beaten path to some remote back roads. Make sure you gas up before you hit this one and say goodbye to cell phone service!

The Central Coast is known for its cattle ranches! Start your trip with a spirited ride to the historic Pozo Saloon. Stop in and check this place out, yes Snoop Dog played there one time and so did Willy Nelson. We are not about taking the most direct route pretty much anywhere when on a bike so go ahead and take round about way through some of our favorite back roads. Avoid the freeways and head back to camp along ranch roads and through the hills.



RAGGED POINT | 129 Miles Round Trip


  • World famous Highway 1

  • Elephant Seals

  • San Simeon State Beach

  • Option to add Morro Rock (adds 10 miles)

One of the  most beautiful coastlines you will ever see! Nothing but fun winding roads and rolling hills take you to the coast. Head north and ride by Hearst Castle and basking elephant seals on the beach. Enjoy every mile of the western most freeway in America.  Stop at the lookout point at Ragged point before you head back down. Instead of taking the same route home hit hwy 41 for a thrilling ride through the beautiful canyon before heading back to camp.