Babes Ride Out

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










A Guide to Riding the Catskills During Babes Ride Out East Coast 4

Sponsors, EventsAshmore Ellis

Why is Babes Ride Out East Coast in the Catskills? Because the riding is EPIC! Every event we focus on is about getting out on your motorcycle and enjoying the day with some like minded people. If you stay behind at camp, you’ll be bored so start planning your rides and routes as there is so much to see!

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GROUP RIDES: While we as Babes Ride Out do not organized group rides due to it not being safe with so many different skill sets attending, we do encourage ladies to meet under the barn each morning at the merch & raffle booth zone to meet, greet, and link up for potential rides based on skill, bike size, and personal preference. Who you choose to ride with and what route is 100% up to you this weekend :) The great thing about the Catskills is there is endless beauty and twisting roads in every directions so you can’t really go wrong. Below, you’ll find a few suggestions but by no means is this “all there is”. As a motorcyclist, 1/2 the fun is planning your own route, checking for road closures, gas stops based on your tank size, seeking out neat tourist attractions etc.

MAPS & ADVICE ON BEING PREPARED: We will have route maps on site for the below but they are not overly complicated with .345 miles turn notifications etc. , they serve as more of a guide for those who have already downloaded the directions. This is YOUR adventure so go anywhere, see anything, and ride at your own pace! Below are just a few of our favorites , so take em or leave em’ , up to you! If none of these adventures suite your taste, feel free to research the area and find your own personal adventure. The Catskills are FULL of amazing history and folklore that will keep you busy all day long. 

We strongly suggest downloading directions to each spot (we've provided clickable links) as cell service usually is void in the mountains

Mountain Mayhem: 194 Miles Round Trip

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1bfYyWpl1EcBjLDNtfuX-dAJkX7A&usp=sharing

Being the longest route, Mountain Mamas takes you into the Northern Catskills to see the local ski towns (and a whole lot more!) covered in lush summer colors. Leave early for this one, and spend some time in the small towns of Roscoe, Windham, Hunter, Phoenicia, Bethel Woods + more.

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Peace-Love-Motorcycles: 184 Miles Round Trip

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1vmD5IBiJ03zchFjrw4tpIdNfpMM&usp=sharing

A historical tour of the Catskills, marking the site of Woodstock ’69, and heading north all the way up to the famed Kaaterskill Falls. This route cuts through ravines with twists and turns that we could ride for daze.

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Big Indian Rivers: 143 Miles Round Trip

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1-FIYBFcAO7UWTsDREeuAbkVJi6Q&usp=sharing

Each part of this route mirrors some of the Catskill waterways including the Pepacton Reservoir, the Esopus Creek and the West Branch Neversink River. Hitting Cherry Ridge Wild Forest, and Big Indian Wilderness - you’ll want some good tunes for this ride.

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The New Jersey Devil: 91 Miles Round Trip

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1p09LKl650IhyPAiT1r4RQXx_xgM&usp=sharing

For riders coming on Enduros, or who just want a little fun in the dirt, this route brings you down to Old Mine Road, a historical highway along the Delaware River which is amazingly still in use. With dirt offshoots and abandoned farms, this area is one of New Jersey’s hidden secrets. Stay safe, avoid the potholes and don’t get arrested trespassing! Look for signs and be aware so you don’ stray onto private property.

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The Threesome: 84 Miles Round Trip

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1jFgwYZD--7-AtMbaiayxzjkpHQ4&usp=sharing

As our shortest route, this map hits the most states! Heading through “Hawks Nest” in New York, then to the highest point in New Jersey, and back west to Milford, Pennsylvania for some small-town love.

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Other Destinations to Consider for a Quick Rip

  1. Bethel Woods: Site of Woodstock ’69 - Museum, Historical site (15 miles)

  2. Kaaterskill Falls, NY - Waterfall, short hike (88 miles)

  3. Raymondskill Falls, PA - Waterfall, short hike (32 miles)

  4. Opus 40 - Environmental Sculpture (85 miles)

  5. Storm King - Outdoor Sculpture Center (74 miles)

  6. High Point State Park (40 miles)

  7. 6 West - Biker bar & restaurant (23 miles)

  8. Pratt’s Rock - Landmark (90 miles)

    Towns

    1. Woodstock, New York (76 miles)

    2. Roscoe, New York: Roscoe diner (31 miles)

    3. Windham, New York (89 miles)

      1. Cave Mountain Brewery Company

    4. Hunter, New York (87 miles)

    5. Phoenicia, New York: Phoenicia Diner (69 miles)

    6. Milford, Pennsylvania (31 miles)

    7. Tannersville, NY (84 miles)

    8. Bethel, New York (16 miles) 

    Short Routes

    1. “Hawks Nest,” famed scenic highway for motorcyclists along the ridge of the Delaware River. If you hit this with no other cars around, you’ve found the golden moment to lean and take those turns.

    2. 23A, Glides through Kaaterskill State Forest along Schoharie Creek. Twists and turns that you dream of, including Kaaterskill Falls.

    3. Big Indian-Oliverea, carving along the Esopus and West Branch Neversink River.

    4. Old Mine Road, Historic highway in New Jersey along the Eastern bank of the Delaware River

    5. Route 209, Scenic drive in Pennsylvania along the Western bank of the Delaware River

So don’t forget to grab a Biltwell route guide from merch booth to keep on hand and enjoy the day!

  • Find your own riding buds based on your abilities (make friends ladies! That's why we're here!)

  • If riding in a group or riding with new people, have a riders meeting before you head out to go over safety, abilities, designate a sweep and a lead. 

  • Check for road closures etc BEFORE you ride to ensure route is not obstructed., closed, or ?

  • RIDE SAFE HAVE FUN!

What Should Be in Your Tool Roll x A Guide From Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys

Ashmore Ellis

So you took the MSF class, got your M1, and bought your first bike. Does this make you ready to roll?! Not exactly. We’ve never been on a long distance moto trip that didn’t have a few issues along the way. Many of these issues are road side fixes that can be accomplished if you have the right tools and know how to use them. By familiarizing yourself with the repair procedures in your owner's manual & practicing good maintenance habits, you’ll be decades ahead of most riders who learn the hard way.

  • Zip ties

  • Multi tool.

  • Tire repair kit & tire pressure gauge

  • Spare fuses & bulb

  • Loctite - This thread-locking fluid or threadlocker is a thin, single-component adhesive, applied to the threads of fasteners such as screws and bolts to prevent loosening, leakage, and corrosion.

  • Wrench set

  • Ratchet and socket set.

  • Allen wrench

  • Torque Wrench

  • Pliers

  • Russ Brown BAM membership card. Its free roadside and sometimes unavoidable no matter how maintained or prepared you are (welcome to the joys of motorycling!) Sign up HERE

Did we miss anything? Probably! We highly suggest meeting with a mechanic to discuss your bike and what you need in your tool roll that is specific to your make and model. The above has gotten me through some electrical issues as well as some very very loose parts and other stuff that naturally happens as you put the miles down on diverse road conditions.

More on BAM:

BAM is a unique volunteer organization of bikers helping bikers. Motorcycle Attorney Russ Brown started BAM over 30 years ago to provide breakdown assistance to motorcyclists across the country. BAM’s nationwide volunteer network of roughly 2 million motorcyclists can help you in an emergency. If you experience a breakdown or mechanical problems while on the road, call 1-800-4-BIKERS, and we will search our volunteer network and send someone out to help.

Roadside Assistance for Motorcycles

BAM also provides free legal advice to members. Started by the Los Angeles motorcycle accident attorneys who ride, BAM is the ultimate resource for riders that we have developed and fine-tuned for over 30 years. As a result, the Los Angeles motorcycle accident attorneys at Russ Brown have developed trusted relationships with the best lawyers across the country. Over four hundred of the very best biker–friendly lawyers are ready to help you if you are involved in a motorcycle crash. BAM’s emergency ID card can speak for you if you are incapacitated in a crash: we list your emergency contact person, medical problems, and blood type. When emergency personnel call, we will supply this information and provide donors if necessary.

Click HERE for your free card.

We have been BAM card carriers for 5 years!

We have been BAM card carriers for 5 years!

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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Artist Series | Christopher Galley

Artist SeriesAnya Violet

The Babes Ride Out Artist series showcases the art of talented people in our community. Each piece is donated to the Moto F.A.M. X Babes Ride Out raffle. Moto F.A.M.  is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping riders facing life changing injuries after a serious motorcycle accident. The talented Christopher Galley of Devil Chicken Design painted this Lowbrow Customs Gas Tank for BRO East Coast 4 raffle. Thank you so much for contributing your talents!!!

Artist Series | Corinne Bardorf

Artist SeriesAnya Violet

The Babes Ride Out Artist series showcases the art of talented people in our community. Each piece is donated to the Moto F.A.M. X Babes Ride Out raffle. Moto F.A.M.  is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping riders facing life changing injuries after a serious motorcycle accident. Meet Corinne Bardrof @anti_von_d ! She has hand painted an Biltwell helmet for BRO East Coast 4 raffle. Read on to get to know more about Corinne!

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Corinne Bardrof @anti_von_d

Where are you from originally?  Syracuse, NY
 
Where do you live now?  Same place.  I’ve lived a few other places over the years, but Syracuse always calls me home.
 
What first got you into art?  Being born!  I’ve been drawing ever since I can remember.  It’s all I’ve ever wanted to do, and what makes me feel like I’m fulfilling my reason for being. 

 
How would you describe your style?  I’m an illustrator so I can do whatever I’m asked to do, with the exception of like dark, evil, masculine subject matter.  If you want a tough looking Poseidon he’s gonna look a little prettier than he maybe should and his eyelashes are going to be epic.
 
What inspires you? Have any artists in particular been an influence on you?  Since I’m a tattoo artist, that is most of the art exposure I get right now.  I do really love working from vintage botanical drawings and old black and white portrait photography. 

As far as artists go: Camilla D’Errico, Kelly Doty, J. Scott Campbell, Lynn Akura, Ly Aleister’s eyelashes are EVERYTHING...so many.  And, above all others, my high school art teacher, Mrs. Murphy, is the reason I am who I am as an artist.  She recognized and encouraged my little slacker artist soul.  Countless hours (when I was supposed to be in other classes) were spent at her desk just drawing and receiving advice from her. 

 
What is your favorite medium?  If I’m not tattooing, colored pencils are my medium of choice.  I also mess with watercolors a bit but I’m not as good with them...and therefore lose patience pretty fast...because artists are essentially children ;)

 
When did you first hear about Babes Ride Out?  One of my clients from a few years ago wound up starting a Central New York branch of the Litas. She wound up going last year and I saw the pictures on Instagram.  It looked like an absolute blast and I’m so excited to be a part of it this year.
 
What is your connection to the motorcycle community?  I’ve always loooooved motorcycles.  No one in my family rode, but whenever I heard those Harley pipes brap down the road it left me feeling some kind of way.  After riding on the back of a bike to Sturgis a few times and seeing all those beautiful old, turquoise adorned older women on their cruisers, I realized the driver’s seat is where I was meant to be.
 
Do you ride? If so, what do you ride?  I do ride.  I started on a Honda Rebel 250 and then moved onto my current bike: a Harley Street Bob. I got her in 2017 and have been clocking in as many riding hours as the temperamental CNY weather will allow.

 
If you were a motorcycle what kind would you be?  An old Harley with the most obnoxious, glittery paint job you’ve ever seen.  Squeaks a bit and doesn’t go very fast, but you still love it.

What will you be contributing to this years raffle?  A helmet!


Tell us about what inspired you to create it?  Tattoos, my bread and butter and constant inspiration...the wonderful, ridiculous career that allowed me to get my bike and take part in this event.