New York and BRO East Coast

It's been a couple days since I got home from my New York trip, but it feels like just yesterday. I am beat. That trip took it out of me. Being in the big city for the first time, not knowing anyone, riding a new bike around New York, riding with new people, not knowing where I was, and drinking a ton really drained me, but in the best way. 

Babes Ride Out East Coast 2 was so unreal. Just to see all my friends there from California and ride all these random crazy bikes around somewhere none of us knew was hilarious. We partied so hard, karaoke'd even harder and got pretty tight in the middle of no where. 

The roads there were super old, tight and cracked up. Everything was really green and empty of other vehicles. It was pretty crazy how quickly New York City disappeared and the old-school small-town vibes of New York State emerged. 

I wrote an article for Iron & Air that will be featured in their upcoming newsletter. They've gotten a hold of some of my photos as well! Keep an eye out for that, I will post it up on here as well. 

Next up: California for Born Free. Excited to get back to my LA babes!!

My bike for the week: Ducati Scrambler Desert Sled

My bike for the week: Ducati Scrambler Desert Sled

First time seeing these babes in a long time!

First time seeing these babes in a long time!

Breakin all the rules. 

Breakin all the rules. 

Us at the Woodstock festival grounds

Us at the Woodstock festival grounds

ATWYLD Becky Goebel Babes Ride Out
Riding around downtown New York was fucked.

Riding around downtown New York was fucked.

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same same

My other 2 wheels of the trip!

My other 2 wheels of the trip!

Babes Ride Out

Babes Ride Out 3 was a massive event this year with over 1,200 ladies in attendance. It was my first year at the event so I flew down, got hooked up with a 2015 48' Harley Davidson from the boys at Glendale Harley in LA and rode to Joshua Tree, CA with over 50 ladies who showed up at the pre-Babes Ride Out meet-n-greet at the dealership. The event was more than I could have ever imagined it was going to be in terms of structure, vibes, music and good looking chicks! Thanks to Ashmore and Anya who put so much hard work into something like this and giving me a reason to come explore the desert on an amazing motorcycle with hundreds of fucking killer girls. I brought along a shitty film camera and decided to just post the photos that I developed from it, so here ya go: