The Styles-Twist holiday in the Catskills is supposed to be just that: a family holiday. A last hurrah before Harry relocates to The States for uni. Instead, it quickly devolves into a honeymoon for his parents, leaving Harry and Gemma to fend for themselves. Harry quickly befriends the staff at the resort, and is enticed by Louis, one of the dance instructors. Harry gets in over his head in an attempt to impress him, but with Gemma egging him on and a ticking clock, how could he not at least try?
Solo Summer Road Trip | Babes Ride Out East Coast 7 Things to Pack for a Solo Moto-Camping Trip
Meghan is a 27 year old Pittsburgh native who loves the great outdoors as much as she loves life behind two-wheels. We met Meghan at the very first Babes Ride Out East Coast, and we’re excited to catch up with this dirt-riding maven once again to chat more about her future adventures, and get her tips for packing only the necessities for a solo moto trip (trust us…packing light is key).
Look up the word “wanderlust” in the dictionary, and we’re pretty sure you’d come across a photo of moto-babe, Nina Kaplan. Her infectious smile, and adventurous spirit make Nina the ultimate road warrior to add to your travel crew, and time-and-time again she has proven to be one of the most adventurous women we’ve ever met. Just like us, Nina traveled from California to attend Babes Ride Out East Coast, and we were excited to catch up with this ball of positive energy in the humid heat of Catskill, New York. Get to know more about Nina, and learn how motorcycles have changed her life, and the advice she has for girls interested in riding.
After spending about 8 hours on the road alone riding from Boston to Catskills, Brittany was excited to finally make it to home base at Babes Ride Out East Coast, tucked away in Narrowsburg, NY. From hanging with founders, Anya and Ashmore, to taking a quick ride with some friends into Woodstock, here are some scenes from this year’s campsite.
Solo Summer Road Trip | Babes Ride Out East Coast 7 Travel Tips for Road Tripping Alone
Summer is FINALLY here, which means it’s time to put that dreamy, wanderlust Pinterest board to use and start that solo summer road trip you keep talking about with your friends. You see, telling everyone you’re hitting the road unaccompanied is simple, but when it comes to successfully executing said road trip? Now that’s where it gets dicey. I’m a huge fan of spontaneously taking off on a whim the moment the travel bug bites. However, I’ve had my fair share of failed trips due to inadequate planning, so let me save you from an impending travel disaster, and help you plan for that amazing solo “finding yourself” mission you’ve dreamt about since binging on Cross Roads (Britney’s finest moment). Since I had the Babes Ride Out East Coast road trip on the horizon, I figured I’d put these tips to good use. From Boston to Catskills, NY, here are some tips for planning your solo road trip this summer…