Save the Date: June 2-4, 2023
Babes Ride Out East Coast is a ladies only 2-night 3-day riding event and campout that takes you on some of the most beautiful routes in the lower Catskills. Tent camp at our pristine location along the Delaware River in the picturesque town of Narrowsburg, NY then LET'S RIDE! Must be 21+ to attend.
• 2 nights of tent camping (bring your own everything)
• Unlimited water to fill up your canteen
• FREE 805 beer until it runs out
• Demo rides on a brand new Harley Davidson (sign-ups on site & first come, first serve )
• Biltwell riding route maps + options that take you on some of the most beautiful & historic routes in the lower Catskills
• Nightly entertainment
• Event patch
Gates open at 11AM on Friday and we will check you in at the gate you can roll in and set up your campsite & make yourself at home. This is a great time to meet your neighbors, stop by the sponsor booths to see what games, demos, etc. they have going on, and check out the route maps to see where you want to ride the next day. As the sun starts to set the music gets turned up as the welcome party starts. Some of the great activities that happen on site throughout the weekend are the bike show, games, raffle, bike demos and workshops. Tap into the food truck and relax! You made it! The goal is for you to have a great time, meet some new friends, and maybe learn a thing or two. Saturday morning treat yourself to a latte and grab a route map and hit the road for a day of self-guided adventures. All the routes are guaranteed fun (and historical)! Riders usually start rolling back into camp around 3 or 4PM and are welcomed with more fun on site activities and a really epic dance party that night (bring your dancing boots). Sunday morning is "pack it out day" so gather your trash take it to the dumpster and start packing up as the event space is cleared at 11AM and we are already getting excited for next year.
Camping right along the banks of the Delaware river. Yep, you can cruise down and take a swim right from camp. There are plenty of campsites in the trees + hot showers, flush toilets, a fully stocked camp store, an epic barn where all the action is, drinkable water, grass field for games and hangs, AND you can walk right into town from camp if you want to explore Narrowsburg proper. We will have a food & coffee vendor on site for meals but you are welcome to bring your own as well.
No, sadly we rented out the space and have to pay for it no matter what. Rest assured if the event does get cancelled, we will refund ticket holders.
Sadly we cannot have anyone, unless they are working the event, enter earlier than gates on Friday. Please find a campsite or lodging elsewhere so we have plenty of space for large vehicles, deliveries, and other heavy machinery. If you want to add a few days on, stop by the camp store to pay for extra nights after the event. Landers would LOVE to have you stay a few!
Yes! You are able to transfer your ticket to another rider. Simply log in to your ticketspice account and navigate the "transfer tickets" tab. All transfers end May 30th @12PM pacific (no exceptions period). Once the person receiving the transfer accepts it, they will be prompted to pay for the ticket then you will be refunded the ticket minus a $10 processing fee. There is no option to edit the name or email on your ticket after you have purchased so please make sure it matches the ID you will have on hand at the time of the event. Please be 100% aware these transfer MUST be done into the new ticket holder's name by May 30th 12PM with no exceptions period. Showing up with a printed ticket NOT in your name will NOT be honored by the event under any circumstances.
No, you must buy a ticket prior to the event online. There are no admission tickets sold at the gate but we will have a few vehicle passes for those who ran into mechanical trouble and need to drive to attend.
ALL street legal 2, 3, or 4 wheel freedom machines are welcome! If you are not riding yet or not 100% confident to ride to this event, we suggest driving or trailering your moto. HOWEVER, absolutely NO MINI BIKES THIS YEAR due to last years property damage! If you are coming by car and not a rider yet, we truly think that is awesome! We hope the weekend will inspire you to get your license after getting to know this amazing community. Make sure you grab a car or truck parking pass for your 4-wheel vehicle prior to coming out. We cannot accommodate moto trailers over 10ft, RVs, Toyhaulers or sleeing trailers at this time.
No spots are pre-assigned but you are guaranteed a space. The camp area is first come, first serve. There is plenty of amazing spots for everyone. Car campers will be in a separate area so don't expect your bud to be able to drive over & through the moto camping section and drop your stuff, you'll have to walk it over. We have rented the best part of the campsite for you to enjoy and there is no "crappy areas"! There are tons of trees and lean-to's on the property and we are right on the Delaware River.
We will know for sure on food vending closer to the event so stay tuned but know its a small scale weekend so limited or picky eaters beware and do not rely on food vendor to fit any special needs. Feel free to bring your own coolers with food, water, booze etc. to ensure you are taken care of. The WIFI doesn't work so bring cash (ATMS are in town but not on site). There are grocery stores / restaurants etc. in town less than half a mile away and gas stations are within 1 mile and a liquor store within walking distance. Google the area and see what is available.
We’d love to hear more! Babes Ride Out is a private event and we do the best we can not to distract our guests so they can have the best time possible. If you want to shoot the event in any way for a media source, a brand, or other non-personal use, please email email@example.com for permission as no commercial photography or video of any kind is allowed unless approved by BRO. Images for your own use are 100% awesome and appreciated! No need to ask if it’s for yourself and/or personal social media, we only ask that you be respectful to the other attendees :)
Post away in our Babes Ride Out East Coast Facebook event page. This is a great way to meet up with ladies to ride to the space with.
No, this is a ladies only event.
No minors and/or pets are allowed to attend the event.
Mini bikes are banned, weapons, signage, easy ups, flags, banners, fireworks, pets, kids, a bad attitude, hand-outs for a brand or marketing materials of any kind.
Must be 21+ to attend and have valid ID to drink alcohol.
Nope :) Just show up, you'll be on the list.
Nope! Your ticket must match your ID. If someone bought your ticket for you and did not put it in your name, you must show up together so the ticket holder can collect both tickets. Names on tickets cannot be edited UNLESS you officially transfer them.
Please note that Babes Ride Out does not have access to rent the entire campground for the entire weekend. There is a group that has been camping there for the past 30 years for an annual canoe trip and they have been nice enough to share the space with us and allow us to have our event there. They are very kind and respectful and we ask that you treat the the same. They are also the ones that host the awesome fireworks at night!
Babes Ride Out has the right to refuse service if attendees become aggressive, starts to threat or harass any other attendee or staff, becomes disrespectful, demanding, and or totally unreasonable. This is in effect before event & during the event. This is a private event and no one is entitled to it.
100% yes! “Ladies Only” is the best we have found to make it clear who this event is dedicated to. We understand that gender is fluid and trust that the moto community can make the distinction as they have over our past 9 years hosting the events.
All Babes Ride Out events have a zero-tolerance policy for hate speech or violence whatsoever & feel that it is important to reiterate that racism, homophobia, bigotry, aggressive or condescending behavior towards anyone
EAST COAST VIBES
Ride and camp alongside the historic Delaware river in the heart of the Catskill Mountains.