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Babes Ride Out East Coast

Babes Ride Out East Coast 4 Food Truck Menu for the Weekend Featuring Good Mood Food and Java Love Coffee

Event InfoAshmore Ellis

Come hungry! We are stoked to welcome Good Mood Food, an award winning food truck and Java Love Coffee Roasters at Babes Ride Out East Coast 4. Below you’ll find the menu for the weekend.

  • Credit Cards are accepted (depending on cell service which isnt’ good) so bring cash

  • Concerns? Good Mood Food in advance for any questions or concerns via email at info@goodmoodtruck.com

  • There is no one food truck that makes everyone happy . If you have special needs or dietary restrictions, please bring what you need to stay healthy and happy. There are restaurants and grocery stores in walking distance from camp. Give the event address a google to see what is available that fits your specific needs.

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Java Love Coffee Roasting Co Babes Menu

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Hot

Drip Coffee

12 oz $2.50

16 oz $3.00

(price of small with reusable mug)

Espresso Bar Drinks

$5.00 (includes all dairy and non dairy--soy, oat, almond)

  • Cappuccino

  • Latte

  • Mocha

  • Vanilla Latte

  • Chai Latte

$4.00

  • Hot Chocolate

  • Cortado

$3.00

  • Double Espresso

ICED

$4.00

  • Cold Brew

  • Iced Tea

$5.00 (dairy and non dairy options included)

  • Iced Latte

  • Iced Mocha

  • Iced Vanilla Latte

  • Iced Chai Latte


Prepared Foods:

  • JL Granola Bars $4.75

  • JL Raw Health Bars $4.75

  • Blueberry Muffins $3.75

  • Chocolate Horn Pastry $3.75

  • Raspberry Twist Pastry $3.75

  • JL Choc Chip Cookie $2.00


SPECIAL: Babes Bad Ass Breakfast $6 (Drip Coffee & Pastry)

  • JL Hot Travel Mugs $20

  • JL Iced Travel Mugs $20

  • Eco-Bamboo Travel Cups $15.00

  • Bad Ass Brew Blend Bags of Beans $15










Babes Ride Out East Coast 4 | Schedule of Events

EventsAshmore Ellis

Ready to have one hell of a time with 500+ like minded ladies? We are too! Below you’ll find the full schedule of events for this year’s Babes Ride Out East Coast 4 weekend. We are excited to have you and can wait to see you roll in Friday.

Haven’t gotten your tickets yet? Better hurry! Ticket sales and ability to transfer ends June 3rd. Click HERE to register and get all the details!

FRIDAY

11AM-GATES

12-8PM MERCH AND MOTO FAM RAFFLE

4-9PM MAKERS MARKET & REAL DEAL WORKSHOP

2-4PM HARLEY-DAVIDSON DEMOS

5PM- 805 BEER GARDEN

5-10PM DINNER AND SNACKS FOR PURCHASE FROM GOOD MOOD FOOD

5-7PM REAL DEAL BIKE SHOW

7:30-10:00 PM KARAOKE

10-11PM GHOST STORIES BY THE FIRE

11-12AM LATE NIGHT CAMPFIRE SING ALONGS WITH SISTER ANTICS

SATURDAY

7-10AM COFFEE AND BREAKFAST FOR PURCHASE

9AM-4PM – GRAB A BILTWELL ROUTE MAP AND EXPLORE THE CATSKILLS

9-11AM HARLEY-DAVIDSON DEMOS

11:30-1:30PM HARLEY-DAVIDSON DEMOS

2-4:30PM HARLEY-DAVIDSON DEMOS

4-6:30PM RAFFLE

4-8:30PM MERCH

4-9:00PM MAKERS MARKET AND REAL DEAL WORK SHOP

5-10PM DINNER AND SNACKS FOR PURCHASE FROM GOOD MOOD FOOD

5PM-805 BEER GARDEN

5:30PM HARLEY-DAVIDSON MOTO GAMES

7:30PM RAFFLE AND FURTHEST RIDER AWARD

8:30-11:30 90’S COVER BAND UNCLE JESSE

10PM FIREWORKS

11:30PM AFTER PARTY AT NARROWSBURG INN


SUNDAY

7-10AM – COFFEE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE

11AM CAMPSITE MUST BE EMPTY

THANK YOU FOR COMING! SEE YOU NEXT YEAR!


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Free Roadside Assistance Provided by Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys to and from Babes Ride Out East Coast 4

SponsorsAshmore Ellis

Nothing worse is to be stranded with no chase truck miles from anything familiar. We do not have a tow truck at our disposal so if you ride to any of our events, make sure to sign up for FREE roadside assistance from our good friends Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys. It only takes a min and could save you a major headache and a ton of cash if you run out of gas, run into electrical problems, or just have some bad luck on your way to and from Babes Ride Out Est Coast 4.

Be prepared! Sign up for Free Emergency Roadside Assistance from Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys to and from our event. #BAM-roadside membership (for riders only) offers the following volunteer services for life:

(1) Delivery assistance with gas, tools, or parts if you are
stranded with your bike on the side of the road
(2) Help with a Free Tow to a nearby shop in an emergency
(3) Motorcycle storage for a few days in an emergency situation
(4) Free Legal Advice! Visit http://bit.ly/join-bam to get your
membership card, it's quick and easy.

PPPPPUSH it REAL good!

PPPPPUSH it REAL good!

Things Just Got Spooky in the Catskills | Take a Haunted Moto Adventure to Burn Brae Mansion

Locals, EventsAshmore Ellis

The Catskills are rich in history, especially the haunted kind. We can’t help but feel a slight chill in the air and at times, a pair of eyes watching us while adventuring through this wooded countryside. This year we are thrilled to bring in a historian from the area who will be telling the haunted tales of the Catskills Friday night by the fire from 10PM-11PM. So get cozy, bring a hot beverage, and get ready to hear about the spirits who are watching you throughout the weekend at Babes Ride Out East Coast!

Want to add a quick haunted loop to your weekend to visit Burn Brae Mansion? Read on to download yourself on one of Sullivan County’s most haunted estates.

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THE HISTORY

Burn Brae Mansion was built in 1907 by Margaret Ross MacKenzie Elkin as part of the estate of George Ross MackKenzie, third president of the Singer Sewing Machine company, who made his fortune as confidant and advisor to Isaac Merritt Singer, the company's founder.

Upon George’s death in 1892, with an estate valued at $3.5 million, seven of his children built elaborate summer mansions in Glen Spey. Margaret and her husband Charles Elkin built Burn Brae Mansion as the last family mansion and one of only three still surviving. It is believed that the house was designed by prominent architect Henry J. Hardenberg, who worked on a number of projects for Singer executives.

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Burn Brae Mansion has had five owners since the Elkins, and over the years it has served as a boarding house, a tea room during prohibition, and a bed and breakfast. The current owners, Mike and Pat Fraysse, have lovingly restored the character of the home and brought back many of the original elements. They currently operate the house as a bed and breakfast, along with a 12-room motel on the site of the former horse stables.

At least the last two owners – whose combined ownership spans more than four decades – and their guests, have reported unexplained occurrences, such as doors opening and slamming, children’s voices, balls bouncing, and the apparitions of a woman in white, a man in turn of the century clothing, and a more modern man in overalls. Visitors also often report the sounds of animals when no animals are present and the distinct sound of an organ playing, when there is no organ in the house.

More recently, an elderly couple in their 90s, the Hapijs, both died in the house. Guests say that they can still see them from the front yard playing chess by the big window, hear his classical music and smell her daily baking.

On a beautiful night in August, 14 Ghosthunters from SJGR arrived at the Mansion complete with motion sensors, digital cameras, digital voice recorders, and Infrared thermometers, as well as some sensory abilities of their own.Their research uncovered evidence that was off the charts compared to an average investigation. They found 186 positive photos 2 positive videos and 5 motion sensor readings, which were described as well above average. They also picked up 47 EVPs and 32 Positive Anomalous EMF readings, which is extremely high. Almost all of the sensory investigators reported an overwhelming sense of spirit activity accompanied by cold patches, pressure and emotional swings.

Click  HERE  for directions for the loop to Burn Brae Mansion from Babes Ride Out East Coast

Click HERE for directions for the loop to Burn Brae Mansion from Babes Ride Out East Coast



 

Haunted History Returns to Babes Ride Out East Coast 4

LocalsAshmore Ellis

Just 24 minutes away from camp is a town called Honesdale Pennsylvania. This town has grown considerably over the years but one thing remains in place……the ghost of Hotel Wayne. Stop in for brunch or lunch, but please don’t bring the spirits back to camp!

Honesdale Pennsylvania’s Wayne Hotel is rife with apparitions, and has been for many years since it’s ground breaking in 1827. According to the current owner, they know of at least a couple of murders having taken place in some of the rooms. The unfortunate women who were the victims still reside there today, as does a former hotel cook whose spirit is said to inhabit the basement of the building. These are only the tip of the ghostly iceberg, as 15 separate spirits have been identified on site. If the eyes of the portrait of town founder Philip Hone seem to be following you...they probably are!

Charles Forbes built the first public house in Honesdale in 1827 on the corner of Park and Main Streets

Charles Forbes built the first public house in Honesdale in 1827 on the corner of Park and Main Streets

It shortly thereafter became the Wayne County House (or Hotel) and provided accommodations for the superintendents of the D & H Canal company and for travelers who stopped in at the popular stage coach station. It's now called simply the Hotel Wayne, a 20-room hostelry with the restaurant/tavern Bistro 1202 at street level.

The psychic Crystal Boehmer investigated the Hotel Wayne for paranormal activity. And boy, did she ever encounter a houseful of eerie guests!

Taking the grand tour, she first felt the spirit of a race horse in the Philip Hone room, which when the hotel first opened was a passageway to the stables. Boehmer even came up with a name, more or less - she thought the quarter horse answered to either "Sparky" or "Spartacus." 

SIDE NOTE: This painting of Philip Hone hangs in the stairwell. of the hotel. Watch for his lurking eyes which will follow you up the stairs.

Constantly distracted, Philip Hone amassed membership in a variety of clubs and associations, became a trustee in New York’s  first insane asylum , (seen below) and dabbled early in canal building as president of the Delaware and Hudson Canal company (later to become the basis of the D&H Railroad).

Constantly distracted, Philip Hone amassed membership in a variety of clubs and associations, became a trustee in New York’s first insane asylum, (seen below) and dabbled early in canal building as president of the Delaware and Hudson Canal company (later to become the basis of the D&H Railroad).

Philip Hone’s Lunatic Asylum, isn’t it beautiful!?

Philip Hone’s Lunatic Asylum, isn’t it beautiful!?

When she passed the office, she sensed a Civil War soldier who paced the Hotel and seems to be a chivalrous guardian for the womenfolk who visit the hotel. Boehmer also heard gunshots from the basement, and when she went downstairs, she could smell gunpowder.

Crystal also found the shadow of Paul, who provides a noticeable presence in the basement and likes to move things around. The hotel says that could be the spirit of their old cook who was named Paul and who spent a lot of his working hours in the cellar.

She had a talk with the spook of a young alcohol and drug abuser named "Cookie" who had OD'ed and died in one of the Wayne's rooms. Beohmer told him he was forgiven and to go to the light, so there may be one less spirit in the hotel to deal with if he took her advice. In Room 208, she discovered Margaret still occupying her old room, along with an elderly schoolteacher who likes to gaze out from the balcony overlooking Main Street. 

Not a real image, rather a rendering of how the ghosts appear.

Not a real image, rather a rendering of how the ghosts appear.

On the third floor she found a prostitute in red, a much battered lady of the night who died there, possibly at the hands of a client. She kept referring to "the Captain," perhaps recalling her seafaring boyfriend.

There was lots more ethereal flotsam floating around the hotel. She also said that she found:

  • A doctor in the bar area,

  • An "Adams" and a "Smith" in the building, 

  • A few children in the hotel, and

  • A mother who sits in Room 210 singing "Rock-a-Bye Baby" to her child and cooking.

And hey, that's nearly not all of the haunted roster. A couple of paranormal teams have probed the building including “Ghost Finders,” who have their findings posted on youtube, and come away with readings, messages, EVPs and visions from the many spirits who are said to inhabit the Hotel Wayne. They added to the ghostly list: 

  • A tall man with a long beard who strongly resembles Abraham Lincoln (but isn’t),

  • A baby crying in Room 208,;

  • A man in Room 321 who told one of the psychics to “lie on the bed” in a chilling voice (maybe one of the lady in red's clientele), and

  • Shadowy reenactments of lively parties that used to be held on the third floor in the hotel's main hall.


Article by Ron Ieraci

Babes Ride Out East Coast 4 Tickets are Live!

EventsAshmore Ellis

Ready to celebrate 4 years together!? We are too! Join us for Babes Ride Out East Coast 4, a ladies only 3 day 2 night riding event and campout that takes you on some of the most beautiful routes in the lower Catskills. If you are ready to ride some green roller coasters and camp along the Delaware River in the beautiful town of Narrowsburg, NY read on! 

Flyer art by Jodi Drew

Flyer art by Jodi Drew

Please read all FAQ's below before purchasing any tickets as all tickets are NON REFUNDABLE but you can transfer your ticket to another guest ONLY when tickets are still on sale. After ticket sales end, you will not be able to transfer. Scroll down and please read FAQ on how to transfer tickets. 

 Ticket price includes:

  • 3 days and 2 nights of tent camping along the beautiful Delaware River

  • Real bathrooms and hot showers

  • Unlimited water to fill up your canteen 

  • 1 raffle ticket to the always amazing Moto F.A.M raffle (option to buy more for $1 each)

  • 2019 event patch

  • Karaoke contest (start practicing now) 

  • 90's THEME NIGHT and cover band Saturday night! Bring on the flannel (we know you have it!)

  • Motorcycle games with prizes galore 

  • Demos rides by Harley-Davidson (sign ups to follow!) 

  • Access to the Real Deal Workshop hosted by Jessi Combs

  • Bonfires each night 

  • FREE 805 beer until it runs out each night (and it probably will, east coast ladies can drink)

  • Maps of riding route options through the lower Catskills

  • Amazing structure for inclement weather (event goes on rain or shine but you'll stay dry)

  • 24 hour security & staff 

  • Roadside assistance via our friends at Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys 

  • After hours party at the Narrowsburg Inn Sat night

  • Best time of your moto lovin' life connecting with new and old friends!

Brought to you by Harley-DavidsonBiltwellRuss Brown Motorcycle Attorneys , SENAI am the Real Deal, and 805 Beer, Atwyld

FAQs

Make sure to check out our FAQ for all Babes Ride Out events by clicking HERE

What ticket do I need to purchase?! What are my driving options?

Every single lady must have GENERAL ADMISSION ticket to enter the property. If you are the driver of a car or truck you must also purchase a Car / Truck Parking Pass. We cannot accommodate RVS or Toyhaulers at this time but you can bring a motorcycle trailer of 10 ft or less behind your vehicle. Tickets to the event must be purchased in advance. If you end up having to drive, there will be car passes only available at the gate for purchase (cash only). We repeat: no tickets to the event will be sold at the gate, only parking passes to those who already have a general admission ticket.

I am only coming for 1 night, do I get a discount?

Sorry! All tickets are for the full weekend. 

Do I get a specific camping spot assigned to me?

No spots are pre-assigned but you are guaranteed a space. The camp area is first come, first serve. There is plenty of amazing spots for everyone. Car campers will be in a separate area. We have rented the entire site for you to enjoy! There are tons of trees and lean-to's on the property and we are right on the Delaware River.

What is up with food and water?

We will have a food truck on site and there is a camp store that is fully stocked! Feel free to bring your own coolers with food, water, booze etc. The WIFI doesn't work so bring cash (ATMS are in town but not on site). There are grocery stores / restaurants etc. in town less than half a mile away if you have special dietary needs. Gas stations are within 1 mile and a liquor store within walking distance. Google the area and see what is available.

I want to shoot, take video, do a social media takeover for this event for a brand, magazine, online editorial, etc Do I need permission? 

We’d love to hear more! Babes Ride Out is a private event and we do the best we can not to distract our guests so they can have the best time possible. If you want to shoot the event in any way for a media source, a brand, or other non-personal use, please email press@babesrideout.com for permission as no commercial photography or video of any kind is allowed unless approved by BRO. Images for your own use are 100% awesome and appreciated! No need to ask if it’s for yourself and/or personal social media, we only ask that you be respectful to the other attendees :) 

How do I connect with other ladies to ride out?

Click HERE and post away in our Babes Ride Out East Coast 4 Facebook event page.  It’s a great way to connect with ladies who are attending the event prior :)

What the heck do I bring?

No stress! We are putting together a super rad gear guide. Stay tuned as this will be emailed to you and posted on our social, website, etc. 

Am I part of the first 150 registered motorcyclists? When will I know? What if I don't show up?

We kindly ask anyone who is wondering to please have patience and refrain from emailing in asking as they will know when they arrive if they were part of the first 150 registered motorcyclists when sales opened. These bags are a gift from our sponsors to reward those who commit to coming  and arrive on their own motorcycle. If you do not show up, the bag goes to someone who does at the end of the event.

Can I bring my boyfriend or husband?

No, this is a ladies only event. Please check chopcult.com for all co/ed events or check out Sierra Stake Out or Blue Ridge Stake Out.

Can I bring my kids and pets?

Nope, the event is not kid / pet friendly :(

Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?

Must be 21+ to attend and have valid ID to drink

What can't I bring to the event?

Weapons, signage, fireworks, pets, kids, a bad attitude, hand-outs for a brand or marketing materials of any kind. 

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No ma'am! Just show up, you'll be on the list

What is the refund policy?

NO REFUNDS. Sorry, please do not ask. We have to pay for you whether you show up or not. All funds go back into the event so if you don't make it, know you made the event even better with your donation.

How do I transfer my ticket to someone else?

You can transfer your ticket to another guest but you are solely responsible for doing so. Log in to your Eventbrite and click on your tickets. You will see options to edit your ticket information. You must type in the person's first name, last name, and email address and click to save and send new confirmation. If your buddy doesn't get the confirmation, they won't be on the list so please follow up and ensure they got the transfer. Click HERE for step by step. 

****No transfers can be made after ticket sales have ended****

The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?

Your ticket must match your ID. If someone bought your ticket for you and did not put it in your name, you must show up together so the ticket holder can collect both tickets. 

Alright! Let’s get you registered! Click below to sign up!