Babes Ride Out

Babes in the DIrt

Babes in the Dirt 2 Official Schedule

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BABES IN THE DIRT 2 EVENT SCHEDULE

*Gates are at 3 PM sharp* No early birds please 

Our site holds 250 people max and only has 50 vehicle passes. PLEASE carpool and click on link below to get ALL info on what gate to enter at. If you don't get a pass at gate, you can park on the outside of the site at the campground next door and walk your stuff over. Husky Demos are 100% full but feel free to check in with them to get added to waitlist when you arrive!

Click HERE for ALL info, if it's not there, it doesn't matter

April 22

3:00 pm: Gates open to guests / guests check in with FOX and sign waiver and get wrist band.

3:00-? Girls setting up tents, drinking beers, relaxing by fire pit area, aka social time

April 23

8:00 am: Gorman Valley Motorsports open and girls will go in to sign for their bikes if they rented one.

9:30 am: Riders Meeting at pavilion. Intros to FOX / HUSKY / STANCE / SEE SEE / 
POLER Stumptown

10:00 am: Riders can sign up for mini bike races with Poler x See See

10:00 am Beginner Class  #1 Fox Racing & Husky Demos commence

Noon: Beginner Class #2 with Fox Racing

2:00 pm Beginner Class #3 with Fox Racing

3:00 pm Intermediate Husky Trail Ride #1

4:00 pm Intermediate Husky Trail Ride #2

4:00 Poler x See See Mini Bike Race Rider Meeting & Practice

· Signs up are FREE
· Riders can start signing up at our booth at 10:00 am
· 60 rider cut off (give or take.. we'll see how it goes) this is first come first serve & must have a bike to use.

3 classes
· MINI - 85 cc and smaller
· MED - 100c-250cc
· BIG - Open Size
o 1 practice per per rider
o 16-20 riders per class
o 8-10 riders per heat, meaning two heats per class
o Top four riders of each heat will move forward to their class main
o Top racer in each Class Main gets an award!

4:30 Poler x See See Mini Bike Commence

6:30-8:00 pm: Fox BBQ Dinner

8:00 pm: Stance Moto hosts S’mores party

8:00 pm: Hot Rides Karaoke

9:30 pm: AWARDS

9:45 -? am: Karaoke and party commence!

April 24th

9:00am- 2pm Husky Demo

2:00 pm pack up and go home

3:00 pm: Site must be vacant

What are the brands doing?

FOX: Bringing additional helmets and boots for ladies to use. Free BBQ on Sat night for ladies, co/ hosting Karaoke on Sat with Hot Rides SF.

Stance: Pair to share. 150 moto socks to first 150 and girls have the option to pick a 2nd pair of lifestyle socks to send to a friend. Packaging and mailing on site. Hosting s'mores night on Sat. Bring the address of your BFF who couldn’t make it!

Stumptown Coffee: Free cold brew, YEW!

805 Beer: Pirating the event to hand out free beer after bikes are parked. Thank you JESUS!

Husky: Demo bikes (50 ladies) Sat / Sun.

Poler: Hosting mini bike race on Sat!

Roll Call | Meet Meg Argubright of Husqvarna Motorcycles

Roll CallAnya Violet

-who are you? 

Meg Argubright

-where are you from? 

Southern California

-tell us about you! 

I am a 27-year old off-road rider and racer. I have been riding for about 5 years and taught myself to ride by racing. In 2015, I won the AMA National Hare & Hound - Overall Woman- Championship. 

-how did you get into riding? 

I knew nothing about motorcycles until I was 22, but was involved with administration for a racing series. I decided I wanted to buy a bike and teach myself how to ride instead of watching. So I bought a bike and have been racing ever since! 

-what is your favorite place to ride? 

The desert (Lucerne or Red Mountain) or Baja. 

-two stroke of 4 stroke? why? 

4 stroke, because I love the power and sound ☺

-favorite bike? 

Husqvarna FC or FE 350

-best riding adventure? 

Riding down in Baja for the Baja Beach Bash. It’s a 3-day 4-night cruise down the Baja peninsula. You see and ride across landscapes you only dream of, and are greeted at the end of the day with fresh tacos and cold beer. It’s perfection. 

-do you prefer track riding or trail riding? why? 

Trail riding. The freedom and adventure available like it can only be experience on a motorcycle.

-what is it like to work for Husqvarna? 

Working with the design company for Husqvarna is amazing. I genuinely enjoy doing behind the scenes work for a company with the values and open-minded team of Husqvarna. 

-How did you first hear about Babes Ride Out and what did you think? 

I first heard through Husqvarna. I admire the initiative to get women riding off-road! 

-do you ride street as well? what bike? 

No, someday!

-What are the differences in riding dirt vs riding street? 

Although I am not as knowledgeable on Street, riding off-road allows for freedom to explore mother nature. There is nothing like ripping your motorcycle across the desert from mountain to mountain, or surprising yourself to overcome obstacles along the way. 

I am really looking forward to experiencing my first ‘Babes’ event.

Roll Call | Meet Vanessa Watson of Husqvarna Motorcycles

Roll CallAnya Violet

-who are you? 

VANESSA WATSON 

-where are you from?

TEMECULA, CA     

-tell us about you! 

I’ve primarily worked in outdoor sports, first as a teenager at Stewart Surfboards in San Clemente, CA and then at Mammoth Mountain. Eventually I moved back to Temecula and took a job with Intense Cycles. I’ve been with Husqvarna Motorcycles for the last two years and just recently made a move to the marketing department. Other than that, I’m 9th generation Californian, a single mom to my 12 year old son and best friend, Ethan. Together we love camping, motorsports, and, traveling. 

-how did you get into riding? 

Too bossy for the back seat so I bought my own bike last year and I’m not looking back.

-what is your favorite place to ride?

 Desert; for the sunrises.     

-two stroke of 4 stroke? why?

 4 stroke. It’s what I’ve got.     

-favorite bike? 

PAST- 1969, Husqvarna 360 cross, PRESENT- Husqvarna FC250, FUTURE-

Husqvarna 401 Svartpilen. 

-best riding adventure? 

Any adventure, I like getting lost.

-do you prefer track riding or trail riding? why?

Trails, I don’t like traffic and I have never ridden track.

-what is it like to work for Husqvarna? 

I love my job and my work family.

-How did you first hear about Babes Ride Out and what did you think?

Motorcycles in the desert… sounds like a good time to me! 

-do you ride street as well? what bike?

 I got my M1 just before starting my job at Husqvarna. I haven’t spent too much time on the asphalt because I’m still learning to ride. The desert is a great place to get your confidence. 

-What are the differences in riding dirt vs riding street?

Wide open spaces and no texting.

anything else you want to say?

Thanks for having us!

BABES IN THE DIRT 2 April 22-24th

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Babes in the Dirt 2 is on!!! April 22nd, 23rd and 24th (main riding day is Saturday 23rd ) at Hungry Valley SVRA

Flyer art by Desirae Samantha @Desirae201

Let’s go ride some DIRT !!!  April 22nd-24th at Hungry Valley SVRA in Gorman, California we have rented the Honey Valley group camp site in the park. There will be 50 vehicle passes waiting that the north entrance under Babes Ride Out. This event is FREE, you don't need to buy a ticket, all you need is to grab the vehicle pass. There is max capacity in the group site of 50 vehicles so please carpool if possible! First come first serve! If the vehicle passes run out before you get there, no problem, you will just have to pay to camp somewhere else in the park but you can still come hang! This weekend is about off-roading, camping, and good times with friends! Babes Ride Out will be providing the campground location ONLY so BYOE (bring your own everything)  Hungry Valley has a wide variety of tracks and trails that are fun for both beginners and experienced riders.

What its all about:

  • If you have only ever rode street bikes then you are missing out! Dirt is the best, come try it!
  • This is a great opportunity if you have never been on a motorcycle as well. We HIGHLY recommend that new riders start  on a dirt bike!
  • If you are an experienced dirt rider then grab some friends, come on out and lets ride 12 0'clock wheelies and do some gnarly hill climbs!

Don’t have a dirt bike but want to learn???? No problem! You can rent a bike from Gorman Motorsport Rentals!  Ask for Glory 805-620-2620 !

They have a wide variety of dirt bikes and gear to rent and they drop it all off right at our campsite. Glory can help you choose the right bike for your size and style of riding! They are offering 15% off for Babes Ride Out so reserve you bike as soon as possible before they run out!

HOW TO FIND US:

BABES IN THE DIRT 2 EVENT SCHEDULE

*Gates are at 3 PM sharp* No early birds please :) 

Our site holds 250 people max and only has 50 vehicle passes. PLEASE carpool and click on link below to get ALL info on what gate to enter at. If you don't get a pass at gate, you can park on the outside of the site at the campground next door and walk your stuff over. Husky Demos are 100% full but feel free to check in with them to get added to waitlist when you arrive! 

Click link for ALL info, if it's not there, it doesn't matter :) 

http://babesrideout.com/events/

April 22
 
3:00 pm: Gates open to guests / guests check in with FOX and sign waiver and get wrist band. 
 
3:00-? Girls setting up tents, drinking beers, relaxing by fire pit area, aka social time
 
April 23
 
8:00 am: Gorman Valley Motorsports open and girls will go in to sign for their bikes if they rented one.
 
9:30 am: Riders Meeting at pavilion. Intros to FOX / HUSKY / STANCE  / SEE SEE / 
POLER Stumptown
 
10:00 am: Riders can sign up for mini bike races with Poler x See See
 
10:00 am Beginner Class #1 with Fox Racing. Husky Demos commence
 
Noon: Beginner Class #2 with Fox Racing
 
2:00 pm Beginner Class #3 with Fox Racing
 
3:00 pm Intermediate Husky Trail Ride #1
 
4:00 pm Intermediate Husky Trail Ride #2
 
4:00 Poler x See See Mini Bike Race Rider Meeting & Practice
 
·         Signs up are FREE and starts the day of the event (Sat April 23rd) 
·         Riders can start signing up at our booth at 10:00 am
·         60 rider cut off (give or take.. we'll see how it goes) this is first come first serve & must have a bike to use.
 
3 classes
·         MINI - 85 cc and smaller
·         MED - 100c-250cc
·         BIG - Open Size
o   1 practice per per rider    
o   16-20 riders per class
o   8-10 riders per heat, meaning two heats per class
o   Top four riders of each heat will move forward to their class main
o   Top racer in each Class Main gets an award! 
 
4:30 Poler x See See Mini Bike Commence
 
6:30-8:00 pm: Fox BBQ Dinner
 
8:00 pm: Stance Moto hosts S’mores party
 
8:00 pm: Hot Rides Karaoke  
 
9:30 pm: AWARDS
 
9:45 -? am: Karaoke and party commence!
 
April 24th
 
9:00am- 2pm Husky Demo
 
2:00 pm pack up and go home
 
3:00 pm: Site must be vacant

What are the brands doing?
 
 FOX: Bringing additional helmets and boots for ladies to use. Free BBQ on Sat night for ladies, co/ hosting Karaoke on Sat with Hot Rides SF. 
 
Stance: Pair to share. 150 moto socks to first 150 and girls have the option to pick a 2nd pair of lifestyle socks to send to a friend. Packaging and mailing on site. Hosting s'mores night on Sat. Bring the address of your BFF who couldn’t make it!

Stumptown Coffee: Free cold brew, YEW!
 
805 Beer: Pirating the event to hand out free beer after bikes are parked. Thank you JESUS!
 
Husky: Demo bikes (50 ladies) Sat / Sun.
 
Poler: Hosting mini bike race on Sat!

Huge Thank You to our Sponsors for this event!!!

FOX Womens  @foxwomens

Husqvarna @husqvarna_usa @husqvarnacanada

STANCE   @stancemoto @stancesocks @stancemuse

STUMPTOWN COFFEE ROASTERS @stumptowncoffee

Poler and See See Motorcycles @seeseemotorcycles @polerstuff