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Sailor Jerry at BRO5

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Photo by MOnica Semergiu

Photo by MOnica Semergiu

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Hard to believe Babes Ride Out 5 is fast approaching! I’m pumped to be back this year to see all you Babes, get tattooed, go for a rip and end every night with a tasty beverage.  The BRO5 team has a killer weekend planned and the fun doesn’t stop when the sun goes down. Head over to the Sailor Jerry airstream and grab a cocktail while the best bands around fill the air!

On that note here are a couple drinks to get you through the weekend!

I love drinking chocolate

1 part Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum

2 packets hot cocoa 

Dash ofMole Bitters (optional if you’re feeling fancy)

Warm a kettle of water over the fire. Add Sailor Jerry and hot cocoa to your favorite camp mug and fill with warm water. Stir, spray the girl next to you with whipped cream and save a little for the top of your cocktail. Drink and enjoy.

GROG

1 part Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum

1 part orange juice

1 can of beer

Open beer and take 2 big sips. Pour in Sailor Jerry and OJ. Swirl to combine and enjoy this no mess beverage!

If you are headed to the after party in Palm Springs I will see you there! PS is all about tiki and so am I! Be sure to check out all the great local bars with me and when in doubt get a Painkiller to stay cool on those warm Palm Springs days! Get #tikiAF and always remember to never drink and ride.

Painkiller

1.25 parts Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum

2 parts pineapple juice

1 part coconut cream

1 part orange juice

In a cocktail shaker filled with ice, add first four ingredients and shake. Pour into cocktail glasses over ice and top with grated nutmeg.

Route Maps | Babes Ride Out 4

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Our good friends over at Biltwell have put together some killer route options for your day rides at Babes Ride Out 4. Pick up the route maps at the Merch booth and tape them to your tank & follow the directions. Enjoy Babes!!!!

This ride is so close to the campsite that you can make this trip as long or as short as you would like. 

Joshua Tree National Park is out of this world! This is a must see! Joshua Tree's for miles, amazing rock formations and lots of easy hiking and walking trails for you to explore. There is a fee to enter the park and they do not prefer riding groups larger than about 8 but it is easy to meet up once you get into the park. 

3- 3.5 Hours round trip (without stops)

Watch the scenery change from desert to mountains and pull into Big Bear for a lakeside lunch. 

4-4.5 hours round trip (without stops)

One of our all time favorites! This route has it all. Lots of fun twisties, beautiful look outs and such a wide a variety of scenery that you can only find in California. Grab some lunch in Idyllwild! There is a reason why this route is called Palms to Pines. This route is 100% NOT for beginners!!!!

1- 1.5 hours roundtrip (without stops)

This is a great easy loop that doesn't take you too far from the campsite but you get to see some of the best that Joshua Tree has to offer. Check out Pioneertown and maybe you will catch the old western style shoot-out. Grab some lunch at Pappy and Harriets!

5-5.5 hours round trip (without stops)

This is definitely the longest of the route options but SO worth it. We recommend getting an early start for this one. This amazing art installation out in the desert will blow your mind! There is simply nothing like Salvation Mountain anywhere in the world.

Enjoy babes and ride safe!!! Lots of fun waiting for you back at camp!