Babes Ride Out

Have a Biltwell Helmet? Jenn Hallett Will Be Pinstriping a FREE Souvenir on it at Babes Ride Out 6

SponsorsAshmore Ellis
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Jenn’s Flash! Instagram  @jen_hallett_art

Jenn’s Flash! Instagram @jen_hallett_art

Babes Ride Out 6

It pays to have a Biltwell helmet at Babes Ride Out! Biltwell will have a booth set up with world famous Jenn Hallett who will be pinstriping Biltwell helmets for FREE with her special Babes Ride out 6 flash (bring a few scruples for a tip!). Don’t have a Biltwell helmet yet? Pick one up before you ride out (they ship super fast) or visit their showroom at the address below. Make sure to get down to the Biltwell booth early when it opens during the event to drop off your helmet, it’s first come first serve.


About Jenn Hallett

I’ve been painting professionally since I was about 20 years old, so a little over 14 years, though I’ve been painting and drawing for as far back as I can remember. 

While I’ll paint pretty much anything, most of my paint work is on motorcycles and helmets.  My specialty would definitely be lettering and pinstriping, though I have been asked to do a lot of different styles over the years.  One of the things I truly love about my job is that every paint job I’m commissioned for is always different and it allows me to push myself artistically. 

My inspiration comes from a lot of different places, but I’m especially inspired by multimedia pop art.  It’s something that has inspired a lot of my original art pieces, but with a lowbrow twist since that’s a style I’ve enjoyed painted for many years.  I call it moto-art because it often features people and vehicles in the motorcycle and/or car cultures. I remember hearing about Babes after the first Babes in Borrego and I was hooked after I got to attend my first Babes Ride Out in Joshua Tree a few years ago.  It’s been a great honor for me to get to know the ladies that put this all together and have the opportunity to work with them – first doing raffle pieces, then designing some lettering for apparel, and ultimately even painting their bikes and helmets! 

Official Schedule of Babes Ride Out 6

Events, SponsorsAnya Violet

Alright ladies! ARE YOU READY?!!! Babes Ride Out 6 is days away and we’ve got an action packed event schedule that will ensure one hell of a weekend! Take a good read and see you in a few short days!

Friendly reminder the last day to purchase tickets to the event or transfer is Wednesday Oct 17th noon sharp.


12:00pm – Gates open! Welcome to Babes Ride Out 6

12:00PM-11:00PM – Merch booth open. Come say hi to the MERCH MOMS!

12:00PM-11:00PM – Drinks and snacks available for purchase

3:00PM-11:00PM – Tattoo trailer open (first come first serve)

4:00PM-10:00PM – Sponsor booths, raffle and Makers Market open

5:00PM – 805 Beer Happy Hour (until it runs out)

6:00PM - 8:00PM – Free Public welcome party

6:00PM - 8:00PM – Sailor Jerry happy hour at the main bar

6:00PM - 10:00PM – Karaoke on the main stage

7:00PM– Welcome announcements on the main stage

10:00PM- Registration closes. If you arrive after, security will direct you to wards temporary camping and you will have to register in the am when booth opens.

10:00PM - 12:00AM – Dance party

12:00AM– Quiet time


7:00-11:00 AM– Coffee and breakfast for purchase

8:00AM-10:00AM – Merch booth open

8:00AM-10:00AM – Mojave Desert Land Trust info booth will be giving out route maps

10:00AM-3:00PM – Go ride one of the many routes provided and enjoy Joshua Tree or sign up for a rock climbing class HERE

3:00PM-11:00PM – Tattoo trailer open

4:00PM-11:00PM – Drinks and snacks for purchase

4:00PM-10:00PM – Sponsor booths, raffle and Makers Market open

4:00PM-10:00PM – Merch booth opens

6:00PM – 805 Beer Happy Hour (until it runs out)

6:00PM - 8:00PM – Free Public Welcome Party

4:30PM - 7:30PM – Real Deal Bike Show

6:00PM - 10:00PM – Girl on a Moto “Camp Games” in the bowl

8:30PM -9:00PM – Announcements & Bike Show winners on the main stage

10:00PM- Registration closes. If you arrive after, security will direct you to temporary camping and you will have to register when booth opens in the am.

7:00PM-11:00PM- Astronomy Show in the Astronomy Arts Theatre

6:00PM - 12:00AM – Dance party with DJ Ry Toast and DJ La Flaca Lee

12:00AM– Quiet time


7:00-11:00 AM– Coffee and breakfast for purchase

8:00AM-10:00AM – Merch booth open

8:00AM-10:00AM – Mojave Desert Land Trust info booth with route maps open

10:00AM-3:00PM – Go ride one of the many routes provided and enjoy Joshua Tree or sign up for a rock climbing class HERE

3:00PM-11:00PM – Tattoo trailer open

4:00PM-11:00PM – Drinks and snacks for purchase

4:00PM-10:00PM – Sponsor booths, raffle, and Makers Market open

4:00PM-10:00PM – Merch booth open

6:00PM – Raffle closed

6:00PM – 805 Beer Happy Hour (until it runs out)

5:00PM - 7:00PM – Triumph Moto games in the lower lot

7:30PM -8:30PM – Announcements & raffle prizes

7:00PM-11:00PM- Astronomy Show in the Astronomy Arts Theatre

8:30PM - 11:30PM – Yachty By Nature Live on the Main Stage

10:00PM- Gates closed. No entrance past 10PM

12:00AM– Quiet Time


7:00-10:00 AM– Coffee and breakfast available for purchase

8:00AM-10:00AM – Merch booth open

10:00AM – Pack up and head out! See you at the Saguaro Hotel in Palm Springs for the AFTER PARTY! (Click link for super discounted room rate and 0 resort fees!)

11:00AM – Camp must be completely empty


Sponsor Activations

Triumph Motorcycles: Check out the latest models of Triumph Motorcycles and sign up for the Moto Games on Saturday evening. All weekend the ladies of Triumph will be running their “mobile” post office so bring your rolodex and send those friends who couldn’t make it a postcard (or a thank you to whoever is baby sitting your pets, kids, significant other!).

Sena: Demo the latest models of Sena Communication devices and try their obstacle course.

Atwyld: Try on some riding gear from their new collection, hit their photobooth with your friends, make a custom pin and get your name embroidered on you Atwyld X BRO collaboration jacket or any Atwyld apparel you have!

805 Beer: Grab a beer during their happy hour

Biltwell: Have a Biltwell helmet? Bring it to their booth for a FREE pin-stripping decal from Jenn Hallett’s flash page!

Free Public: Join in their welcome party for new and solo riders!

Westside Moto Academy: Stop by and connect with professional motorcycle trainers and get some pointers on ways to stay safe on the road.

Lucky Wheels Garage: Need a tool, Need to check your tire pressure? Stop by their DIY garage!

Mojave Desert Land Trust: Learn about how to protect and preserve the  desert, grab a Biltwell route map and choose your journey for the day!

Real Deal: Learn to weld, pinstripe or blacksmith in their workshop or join in the bike show on Friday night.

Sailor Jerry: Free mixed drinks during the SJ happy hr will run out of the main bar. Go easy, we hear the JTMF staff give a heavy pour!

Moto FAM: Check out all the awesome prizes available for raffle! Each ticket is $1 so go nuts! It all goes to a good cause.

Makers Market: Enjoy custom chain stitching, metal engraving, and leather stamping at the BRO6 Makers Market.


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Sena x Babes Ride Out | Palms to Pines

SponsorsAnya Violet

Babes Ride Out and Sena take you on a little tour of one of our favorite routes leading out from camp! The Palms to Pines route is full of twists and turns, terrain changes and charming small towns. It can only be made better by enjoying it with you Sena Bluetooth device to connect you with your friends or listen to tunes or GPS! Scroll down to see what Sena has in store for you at BRO6!

  • Stop by the Sena booth on site to test ride one of their devices! See what it is like to ride connected!

  • A few lucky Babes will be walking home with brand new Sena devices from this years Moto FAM X BRO6 raffle!

  • Blind folded obstacle course ! One team member must solve a puzzle while blindfolded and only guided by their partners instruction through their Sena. First team to solve it WINS!

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Tattoo Flash | Babes Ride Out 6

Artist SeriesAnya Violet

Our talented Tattoo crew is back again this year with some amazing flash for you to choose from! Vicky Coleman, Christina Platis, Vanae Rivera, Goonies Ulloa, Candice Bauman, and Tiffany Lynn will be laying down ink all weekend at BRO6! Make sure and stop by the Tattoo Trailer! Art ranges from $25|$50|$100!

Click HERE to get to know more about each of these talented artists!

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Meet the Ladies of Triumph and See What They've Got Going On at Babes Ride Out 6

People, SponsorsAshmore Ellis

We are thrilled to welcome the ladies of Triumph Motorcycles to Babes Ride Out 6! On site they will be showing off their 2019 street line up, answering all your questions, hosting the MOTO GAMES (sign up by clicking HERE), and operating the BABES RIDE OUT 6 mobile post office! Bring your roladex full of addresses so you can send them a FREE postcard from Babes Ride Out 6. Meet Triumph’s best Teri and Emily below and make sure to welcome them both to their first Babes Ride Out events!

Teri Carter

I jokingly say that I crashed my way into the motorcycle industry; after nine years as a Marine, my military career was cut short due to some injuries sustained at Willow Springs International Raceway while testing tires on my Yamaha R6. Since that time, I have been fortunate to assist in the growth and development of brands such as Icon Motorsports, ScorpionEXO, Leatt Protectives and now, Triumph Motorcycles. I have ridden countless hours in the deserts of California and blew up more than one motor at full speed heading back to camp. I raced 600cc motorcycles nationally, winning a Super Sport championship in 2009. That same year I fell in love with a superbike racer and followed him all the way to Georgia from southern California. In 2010 we got married and decided to make the next moto super human (she’s still in training); our daughter, Petra, will be six next month.
Lately, I have found myself longing for adventure rides that will take me to quiet overlooks or a cascading waterfall. We have a garage full of motorcycles and truthfully, I don’t care what bike I ride; I am simply grateful for all the incredible things that two-wheels have brought tom my life. I am dedicated to growing motorcycle awareness and I feel compelled to get kids on bikes to build the future of our industry.
Insta: @TerGoLyn

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Emily Slaughter

Some of my fondest memories growing up were going to dirt bike races with my dad, and there was no challenge I wasn’t ready to meet when it came to pounding adrenaline.  I race obstacle courses, have competed in downhill mountain bike racing, rock climb, white water kayak, and even photographed brides on their wedding day for 12 years and survived (that's probably my biggest feat!).  I got my motorcycle license when I turned 18 and never fell in love with a bike until I was at a track day and saw a 2010 Triumph Speed Triple.  I was in love!  Little did I know that through a series of unfortunate events I’d end up working in their marketing department.  I have a Street triple that has given me so many smiles per mile, on and off the track, and have had such an amazing crazy ride.  The motorcycle industry has become a second home for this gearhead, and I can’t wait to see where the road ahead takes me.  But for now, I’m SO stoked for my first year at babes Ride Out!

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Red Wing Heritage Women’s & Mamas Ride Out

SponsorsAnya Violet

There has been a strong and inspiring dialog of female camaraderie over the last few years. Women are changing the narrative that has typically been told in our culture. The idea that when you become a mother you must forfeit yourself and your passions for the sake of your family has become antiquated. Children and family rise to the top but should not replace a woman’s identity. We are on the brink of a new and modern way of thinking, and these are women who exemplify this modern woman.

We want to demonstrate the strength of mothers and to tell their stories. Mothers teach and lead by example and there is no better example than to be a strong person, continue to be yourself and to continue to follow your interests and passions. Read on to meet some of these amazing women!

Red Wing Heritage Womens & Ashley Wilson would love to meet all of you Mama’s that ride out! Join her Saturday morning at BRO6 9:30am on the deck above the coffee bar to connect with other mama’s!

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Name: Jennifer McCann
Instagram: @jenfromthepast @shopfromthepast
Children: Dorothy (Dotty) and Henry (Hank)
Business: Red Wing Heritage Women's @redwingheritagewomen I also sell 1940s-70s western vintage clothing on Instagram. @shopfromthepast
Favorite Red Wing Heritage Boots: My favorite boots to wear are the Clara and the Harriet

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Name: Sara Dinges
Instagram: @dualsportwomen
Children: My kids are Amelie and Jack
Business: I'm a 4th grade teacher and started @dualsportwomen because I wanted to see more women riders represented in the world of dual sport.
Favorite Red Wing Heritage boots: I seriously love my Iron Rangers.  At any moto event it's dusty and dirty and they hold up so well.  I have walked miles in them and now they are my favorite hiking boot too.

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Name: Shelli Anderson
Instagram: @shelli_anderson
Children: Scarlet (8) and Penny (6) Anderson
Business: Hairstylist @shandhairz #hairbyshelli
Favorite Red Wing Boots: My daily favorite Red Wing Boots are the Iron Ranger.  They are sturdy, flexible and look really good too!

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Name: Morgan Garritson
Instagram: @dangerjane
Children's names: Jack (3); Max (1)
Favorite Red Wing Heritage Boots: I LOVE the Carols but the Moc Toes for riding and journeying 

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Name: Michelle Clabby Lewis
Instagram: @imaclabby
Kiddos: Thomas Grey Lewis (2); James River Lewis (7)
Work:   See See KTM of Portland (@seeseektm) Macrame sold through @imaclabby
Favorite Red Wing Heritage Boots: 8" Moc Toes

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Name: Ashley Wilson
Children's Names: Eisley
Business: Buckskin Vintage @buckskinvintage
Favorite Red Wing Heritage Boots: 6" Moc Toes and Silversmiths

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Name: Chevonne Ariss
Instagram: @chevvvy
Children: Sequoia Jean Ariss
Business: @runaglassworks
Favorite Red Wing Heritage Boots: 6" Moc Toes

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Name: Brandi Grissom
Instagram: @mz_grizz
Children: Hunter Rose, Cannon Jeffery, Hartley Beau, and my husband- that should definitely count
Businees: I own a hair salon called Suite B hair studio @suite_b_hair_studio
My Hubby and I also own a concrete cutting company: Grissom concrete cutting
Favorite Red Wing Heritage Boots: Iron Rangers

Babes Ride Out 4 was Ashley Wilson’s first experience riding out to the desert. While at the event Ashley met Jennifer McCann at the Red Wing booth where they discussed the challenges balancing being a mother while not losing pre-motherhood self. Ashley now has a child, runs a business (@buckskinvintage) and continues to pursue her passions such as riding motorcycles, all of this while being a wonderful mother.

Red Wing Heritage is excited to announce that Ashley will be attending Babes Ride Out as a representative for mothers and caregivers who are also attending the event. She will be coordinating a group photograph of the attending mothers who wish to participate and connect with one another.

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Tell us about yourself: Name? Work? Who is your little one? How long have you been a mother?

My name is Ashley Wilson! My husband and I run a small business called Buckskin Vintage in Ojai, California. I am the mother of 10 month old Eisley Wilson, she is our first child and is such a blast!

When was the first time you rode a motorcycle? What got you hooked and what do you ride now?

I grew up around motorcycles in the mid-west. My dad had a Honda street and my brother rode dirt bikes, which inevitably led me to the freedom of riding. When I was a young girl, my friend passed away on a four-wheeler and I saw the reality of the motor. I rode on the back of friends’ bikes and no longer had the drive to pick up riding on my own.

Once I moved out to California, I felt the call to cruise alongside the beach or in the mountains. I met my husband in 2010. He rode an 04’ Harley Davidson Sportster. He took me for rides to the National Forests in our area going way too fast.

In 2013 I started the search for a Vintage Honda CB450 for my first bike for the streets and found one from a girl in Carpinteria. My husband helped a lot through the process he was very supportive along the way. He was always vigilant to teach me safety.

I knew I was hooked the minute I had control of the throttle and the freedom of the road ahead. Time passed with the smaller bike I eventually sold the CB450 to upgrade to a bigger bike. I ride my husband’s bike now which I guess is my bike too because he rides my XR650 more than me!

When you first learned you were pregnant, did it alter your feelings towards riding motorcycles?

Even though I had mentally prepared myself that we were going to try to have a child, a part of me felt sad that I would not be able to ride during the process. I quickly realized that did not hold true, that it was an insecurity I was feeling about the possible judgment I would face. When I found out we were pregnant we were excited but of course apart of me thought “my life is over” I will never ride or adventure again. Clearly that is not true. I felt a shift, as most pregnant women do, and I felt a safety net engulfed me for a bit. I slowly let that net break and continued to ride the Sportster until I was too pregnant. Not long after giving birth, I was back on the road. Seeing other moms still riding inspired me to keep doing what I love!

We all have faced the fact that there are prejudices towards women who ride motorcycles. Whether we choose to continue riding or not is a personal choice and it makes sense to shift your focus. Whether that means taking a break or deciding to not continue is up to the mother.

 Have you found there to be more judgment since you have continued to ride after becoming a mother? 

I think it is easy for people to criticize. I do experience more judgment now that I am a mother. I’ve heard how it is irresponsible now that I have a family from a few people, but that’s okay, I get it, and they are allowed their opinion. For me the time on the bike reminds me of my freedom and I cherish those solo moments.

There are a lot of great resources for safety such as the Motorcycle Safety Course and there is great safety gear specifically designed for women. I wear Red Wing Moc Toes and the Silversmiths when I ride.  They are comfortable and they provide excellent coverage.

The biggest part of remaining positive when other people want to bring you down is knowing you’re not alone. Learning to accept people for who they are and what they enjoy is the example I want to set for my child. That is why I wanted to hold space for women who are mothers, caregivers or would like to be a mother in the future! It is important to know you have support from others in the community. The opportunity to unite at BRO allows for great connections and friendships! 

Being a mom is a lot of work. I look forward to be able to share and hear your experience of balancing time spent with family and the motorcycle! I hope to meet you all at BRO and connect on 9:30 am Saturday morning on the deck above the coffee bar. It will be great to share stories and get a group photo of all of us who have made this effort to come to the desert and ride together.

If you’re interested in participating or learning more feel free to contact

More to be announced on specific location and time!