We've been supported by Lowbrow Customs for a few years now as they've help us raise money for Moto FAM at each of our events through the artist series. These guys built their business from scratch and still manage to get after it with builds, racing, and throwing epic grassroots motorcycle events like the Lowbrow Getdown. Get to know them a bit better by watching the below.
Everybody needs a chance to slow down from time to time, a moment to pause, to tune out the business of work, family, obligations, etc. That’s why we ride, that’s why Woodstock Harley-Davidson exists. We exist to give you the chance to enjoy something entirely yours – your ride. We believe that riding is therapy for the soul and we want to help you enjoy every moment of it.
Riding a motorcycle in New York is an incredible experience and we’d like to share it with you. From historical sites to mountain views and other scenic treks, there’s a lot to take in, all over the great state of New York. Here are a few of our favorite motorcycle rides with help from the New York Department of Environmental Conservation.
If you stop by Harley-Davidson Woodstock, say “hi” to their marketing gal Amara and see what they have going on as they gear up to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the famous Woodstock Music fest.
Great Northern Scenic Tour
Heading west on State Route 23A, the Great Northern Scenic Tour is a great day trip. With multiple spots to catch a view of the wonders of the area – waterfalls to bridges and more – it offers 70+/- miles of riding fun.
Phoenicia to Woodstock
The Phoenicia to Woodstock right ends in our backyard (or starting there if you want to ride it the other way), this trip gives you a chance to explore historic Route 28 and enjoy all the attractions along the way – nature, music and more!
Fishing Heritage Scenic Tour
A short 19-mile trek, this tour follows Willowemoc Creek. If you take the trip, be sure to stop by the Catskill Fly Fishing Center and Museum. It’s right along the route, just a bit northwest of where 179 and 151 meet.
Shawangunk-Catskills Scenic Tour
This route isn’t a loop, so you’ll need to plan accordingly. If leaving from the Kingston/Woodstock area, you can either head south on 87 to exit 118 for 299 or you can head northwest to catch 28. The route winds through the mountainous Catskills area, through wild forests and more, offering natural beauty at every turn.
Ready to make the trip? Get ready to Ride the Catskills with us, and learn more about our backyard – one of the best routes in New York state.
Pepacton-Andes Scenic Tour
If hiking, covered bridges, and fishing are your thing, then this is the route for you. The Pepacton-Andes tour starts in Margaretville and goes north, eventually following the Pepacton Reservoir around. Offering prime photo, hiking, and fishing spots, this is one trip where you get to enjoy the experience on and off your bike.
Heart of the Mountains Scenic Tour
Another route in our neighborhood, the Heart of the Mountains ride is a great loop, winding westward from Woodstock on 212. You’ll go around Phoenicia Wild Forest, stop by Mount Tremper and pass the Kenneth L. Wilson Campground before heading back to town. All in about 22 miles!
New York has some of the best riding around, especially upstate. Whether you join one of our group rides, go with your friends, or ride alone, you won’t want to miss these rides. And, be sure to stop by and see us at 949 Route 28 in Kingston, just down the road from world-famous Woodstock.
See you on the road!
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
Java Love Coffee Roasting Co Babes Menu
**All tax included
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)
$5.00 (dairy and non dairy options included)
Iced Vanilla Latte
Iced Chai Latte
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
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!
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
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
4-9:00PM 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
11:30PM AFTER PARTY AT NARROWSBURG INN
7-10AM – COFFEE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE
11AM CAMPSITE MUST BE EMPTY
THANK YOU FOR COMING! SEE YOU NEXT YEAR!
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.
The logistics & requirements that go into finding an event location are longer than a CVS receipt. This event was designed for the adventurous types who love the beauty of nature, road side oddities, and a good place to grab a bite to eat. Whether this is your first time coming to Babes Ride Out East or if you’ve been coming for the past 3 years, there is always something new and amazing around every corner.
By no means is this “it” as the Catskills are vast with incredible routes and scenic stops, but rather a few places we feel deserve a mention. We will be adding to this, but figured this would be a great place to list some of our favorites and if you have a few of your own, post a comment in the Facebook event page dedicated to Babes Ride Out East Coast 4. Let’s start with Narrowsburg, NY, the town itself that has so much to offer and is walking distance.
Our favorite coffee shop in town, The Tusten Cup, offers every espresso drink you can imagine, has bottles juices, kombucha, bagels, sandwiches etc for meat eaters vegetarians & vegans.
Nora’s Lovin’ Spoonful makes a killer ice Sunday and has every flavor of ice-cream you can imagine. Want a shake? NO problem!
The Blue Heron – breakfast & lunch are next level here.
The Narrowsburg Inn – Low key bar and grill that has beers on tap and whom host the after party on Sat night. If you get back to camp early and we aren’t serving a brew just yet, park your bike and walk over to enjoy a cold one and say hello to Allison. Fun fact, this hotel / bar is super haunted… I am talking R E A L L Y haunted since the 1840s!
The Launderette - sit on their beautiful back deck that overlooks the Delaware River and enjoy a wood fired pizza & a cold one.
Other amenities within a mile from camp:
Grocery store- Pete’s Market – If you are the particular sort and not wanting to partake in the food truck this year, Pete’s Market has you covered!
Gas – Sunoco is the closest gas station to camp. Fill up and hit the road ladies!
Spirits – Narrowsburg Liquor is right across from the gas station. If you need extra libations, they can help you out.
Don’t let this small list stop you from exploring the area on your own. Narrowsburg is full of amazing shops and restaurants so if you are staying local , give the area a good google / yelp / TripAdvisor :)