When you have hobbies that involve two wheels, its imperative that you learn CPR and basic life saving skills. We are grateful for the chance to partner with the Kurt Caselli Foundation to certify 30 ladies, who attend Babes in the Dirt, in CPR and First Responder training with Life Goes On coaches at Fox Racing Headquarters. If you are interested in learning these necessary skills, contact Life Goes On to see when their next class is. You won’t regret it :)
Safety is something we take seriously as and event and as individuals. Since we have access to a MX track for Babes in the Dirt 5, we take extra precautions to ensure we have immediate on site help if the situation arises. Ambulances are not cheap and the costs exceed over $5,000 for the event but not having one is simply not an option. Once again, the Kurt Caselli Foundation has stepped in to generously help the biggest part of the cost and we will have an on site raffle to raise the small amount of additional funds needed. 100% of any extra funds raised will into future education that KFC provides annually that focuses on the safety within the off-road industry. Thank you KCF! We are forever grateful for your kindness and care for all those who ride.
The Kurt Caselli Foundation was established in 2013. The focus of the foundation is the safety of riders and racers in the off-road motorcycling industry. While we understand the inherent elements of danger in this industry, we aim to help minimize this danger to the best of our ability. The foundation has a three-part mission that encompasses safety precautions for riders before, during, and after a racing career.
1. Before racing, we are committed to encouraging, developing, and standardizing safety precautions that will help minimize risk outside of the rider's control.
2. During racing, we are committed to developing, establishing, and encouraging the use of safety equipment and policies to increase the safety of the riders.
3. After racing, we are committed to providing a safety net that allows and encourages former racers to further their education and reach career goals for themselves and their families.
All this is done through the loving memory of Kurt Caselli, friend, racer, son, and so much more. Read more about his legacy and those who keep his memory alive by clicking HERE.
We are proud to announce that we will be partnering with The Kurt Caselli Foundation and Fox Racing to host a ladies only CPR/ First Aid training course. There are only 30 spots open so please join us and register now!
This will be The Kurt Caselli Foundation’s 3rd open registration for a First Aid/CPR certification and training course in conjunction with Babes In the Dirt. The KCF first introduced this new Foundation safety initiative in 2017 when we took the top off-road riders in the U.S and offered this course to help bring awareness to things they could use on and off the trail. Their goal know is to offer these courses a couple times per year to the community with instruction of Life Goes On (certified licensed teaching company). We are honored to partner with The Kurt Caselli foundation to offer this class for ladies who want to get certified! You can reserve your spot today with a $25 donation at (link ) 100% of your donation will go directly to the KCF and help fund future safety initiatives and Riders 1st Responders CPR courses. The KCF will be funding the majority of the cost for each participant as the CPR/First Aid certification and lunch is a $175 value — saving you $150, you don’t want to miss this opportunity!
The Kurt Caselli Foundation’s mission is Protecting and Supporting the Lives of Off-Road Riders. The Foundation has budgeted allocations and planned safety projects for 2019 and years beyond, setting this year’s safety budget to $120,000 to host and support safety events and fund educational scholarships for riders.
“Our group at The Kurt Caselli Foundation continues to strive to serve our community the best we can and to promote safety. The Kurt Caselli Riders 1st Responders is the latest initiative that will be providing courses in CPR/First Aid certification and training for participants in off-road racing. We rolled this out December 2017 with huge success and teaming up with the Babes In The Dirt is a great fit for our Safety Foundation.” — Donny Emler Jr, President of the Kurt Caselli Foundation
Babes in the Dirt 5 ticket sales are L I V E ! We have rented the entire Quail Canyon MX Park and group site April 26th-28th for a ladies only weekend of off road fun! You must be pre-registered to attend and tickets are non refundable.
Who it's for:
This is a ladies only dirt bike & ATV campout for those who want to explore dirt and learn riding fundamentals. We cater to ladies new to dirt to advanced so come with the mindset to be challenged but most importantly, to have FUN!
This weekend is about off-roading, camping, and good times with friends so high five your neighbor, they could easily become your new BFF. Rain or shine, gates to the group site will open at 10:00 AM sharp on Friday April 26th. The group site has limited space and there is no assigned camping spots. If you buy a ticket, you will have a space but under no circumstances is "saving spots" allowed once you arrive. If you wan to be next to your bud, arrive together.
What ticket do I need? Explain them! What do they get me?
2 nights of camping
A small "thank you" gift consisting of a sticker for your ride, button and key chain
Flushing toilets and a place to brush your teeth (did we mentioned they are cleaned and stocked around the clock?)
Full access to private MX track groomed daily
Full access to private GP track
Access to entire park from our site
Access to sign up for free Husqvarna demos / learn to moto classes (TBD on sign ups and they are limited)
Fun giveaways from our sponsors
Free clinics (TBD on time slots)
Our gratitude for helping us make this event possible, we seriously couldn't do it without you!
Vehicle Parking Pass
Admits any (1) vehicle or vehicle + trailer into the space that is under 30ft or less in its entire length.
Every passenger + driver must have a general admission ticket to enter.
Vehicle Parking Pass 30ft +
Admits (1) vehicle into the space that is 30+ ft or more in its entire length.
Every passenger + driver must have a general admission ticket to enter. make sure to scroll down to see what will be on site and what won't be.
Don’t have a dirt bike but want to learn? No problem! We recommend renting a bike from Gorman Motorsport Rentals! Ask for Glory 805-620-2620. They are ONLY open on weekends so please be patient as they are family owned and you ladies always bring in a surge of calls. Let them know your with our event at Quail Canyon MX Park.
*We will have Husqvarna on site with a limited # of demo bikes (please stay tuned for more information on how to get on the list to give one a spin as that sign up launches closer to the date of the event). These bikes will be on rotation so if you want to ride all day, please rent from a trusted rental agency so you are guaranteed to have your own bike.
Please note, these are just a few FAQs that are dirt specific. To know all FAQ for all BRO events click HERE
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event? All our events are 21+ and ladies only. IDs will be checked before you enter the site so make sure it matches the name you register with. Everyone MUST be pre registered to attend.
Why are you charging this year? We have been so stoked to foot the bill the past 4 years but as the event grows, so do the many costs to be able to produce it. The ticket fee and parking for trailers, toyhaulers, and RVS go to cover the many line items that go into producing an event of this magnitude to ensure it can continue to exist. Thank you for helping <3!
What kind of transportation is allowed? Cars, trucks, trailers, toy haulers, and RVs are welcome inside the campsite but parking is limited due to space. There is a parking fee for anything behind towed behind a car or truck as you'd be taking up much more space which reduces the # of attendee space. Looking for a ride? Hit up our event page on Facebook to see if you can hop in with another attendee.
What sticker does my bike need? Does my bike need a spark arrestor? Red or green and YES you will get ticketed if you do not have a spark arrestor. Please read all the rules and regs for your offroad vehicle by clicking this link
Can I bring my pet into the event? No animals can be in the group site unless they are service dogs. This is not a pet friendly environment.
How will I know when the Husqvarna registration, classes, etc are open for registration? If you are registered to attend, you will get an email announcing it. If you aren't paying attention, you may miss it! We do not have a date for when the email will go out (please don't ask <3).
Can I get a refund? Tickets are non refundable but you can transfer up until registration ends.
How do I contact the park for additional information about the trails, weather, terrain, longitude and latitude, wind speed, composition report of the dirt substance?!
Public Information Inquiries: (916) 324-4442
Website: OHV Parks CA GOV
Link to view our campsite: Click HERE
Are there medics on site? Every ranger is trained as a first responder. We have hired a private ambulance staffed with two EMTs for track hours only. The closest hospital is 20-30 min away and the site is set up for air vac. Please contact the park with any questions or concerns. All riders will ride at their own risk (916) 324-4442.
What should I bring into the event?
Protective boots, helmet, goggles, and any motocross gear you own! You can also rent gear at Gorman Powersports. Trust us, this is important because you will "eat it" at some point during the day. Fox will be on site with some extra boots and helmets but there won't be enough for everyone so plan accordingly.
WATER! Make sure to bring plenty of water as the site does not have it. One gallon per person per day is recommended.
Camping gear if you plan on staying the night (sleeping bag, headlamp, tent etc). It is SUPER dark!
A few trash bags! Please clean up after yourselves. We must leave site spotless if we want to be welcomed back.
Snacks! (always). There are no grills or structures for outdoor cooking on the property. Please use the food truck or bring your own propane grill. Charcoal is prohibited.
Drinks (the fun kind to enjoy when the bikes are shut down for the night).
Cash for the coffee drinks, food trucks, and Babes in the Dirt merch! (cards are not accepted)
Battery pack to charge phone. We do have power but it is allocated to lighting the event, not charging phones :) Reception is terrible too.
Extra toilet paper (2 ply.... you won't regret this)
Extra gas for your moto
What can't I bring into the event?
Kids. This event is 21+
Easy Ups (sorry, far far too windy)
Marketing materials (flyers, stickers, banners etc unless you are sponsoring)
Your boyfriend / husband (he will have to find his own trails to rip this weekend)
What amenities will be on site?
A food truck with food for purchase (CASH ONLY)
A coffee truck with drinks for purchase (CASH ONLY)
Flushing toilets and running water (not drinkable)
Indoor pavilion w/ lighting and warmth
Fire pits for bonfires. We do recommend you use the food truck as the weather is crazy windy at night and I for one have burned my food 3 years in a row.
Please remember there is no power at the site..like 0 for attendees to power items
A detailed schedule will be released via email to those who have registered to attend the event closer to the event date. Info for group rides, learning demos, Husky demos, rules regs, on site fun stuff, food truck, coffee menu etc will roll out between now and April so please stay tuned to the blog and your email after you register <3
Art by Desirae @desirae201
Want to connect to like minded ladies now? We have the official event pages set up on our Facebook. Simply click below and check the “going” box.
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Wow, just WOW! Never in a million years did we think this event would grow to what it is today. Because of ladies like you, who are growing the off-road community with your sheer enthusiasm and kindness, have helped to create one of the largest gathering of dirt bike loving ladies we've ever witnessed. Thanks to every single one of you who donated to make this event happen, I hope you got to see just how far your donations went. Because of you, this event was our best one yet and so many ladies got to experience dirt without any hesitations.
This event wouldn't be possible without the support of the following:
Husqvarna Motorcycles for bringing out 30 demo bikes. Thank you for offering classes for first time riders and demos for beginners & experienced riders that were fun , challenging, and so rewarding! If you got a chance to try one of their machines, you probably fell in love. Husqvarna was with us since our very first year when there were only 60 of us ripping trails in between rain and hail storms. This journey would not be possible without the Husqvarna brand and the amazing humans that make up their team. We consider them family!
Fox Womens for doing one hell of a gear demo and offering so much free stuff to the attendees that we were in awe! These ladies kicked major ass and were all smiles the entire time. We hope you all got to experience how modern gear (that fits) can give you so much more confidence on the trails (and can be life saving).
WLF Enduro for running trail patrol, helping pick up bikes, handing out high fives, assisting with a kick start here and there, capturing epic jump shots, and for all the firewood. We truly believe in their motto "Further Together" as that is exactly what went down this weekend. We can't thank them enough for their support!
Kurt Caselli Foundation for the medical support. With 700 ladies in attendance and 2 motocross tracks open, it was vital to have a full service ambulance with 2 trained paramedics on site for 3 days. We are so grateful to the Caselli foundation for investing in safety and education with every project they touch. It was truly an honor to have them involved and to have Nancy Caselli get to experience the event.
Thousand Oaks Powersports fixed 106 bikes so ladies could get back out there an ride. 106 is a new Babes in the Dirt record! Their team was there to show you what you can do to prevent maintenance issues and help fix any minor things that kept ladies from riding. Thank you to Mark and Gary for all their hard work!
Sena for us connected. We saw so many riders with their Senas on, allowing them to keep their group together and warn each other of any on coming trail traffice or obstacles. Not to mention capturing each others wipe outs and triumphs! Thank you for bringing the laughs to the event with their obstacle course. Being able to stay connected on the trail was incredible and so much fun!
See See Motorcycles for the fun and games. Never have we seen such perseverance with the mini bike games. This brand truly embodies the spirit of good times, good friends, and two wheels.
Garrahan Offroad Training taught over 100 ladies how to ride at #babesinthedirt4 whether you had never been on a bike in your life or were looking to advance your skills; Brian Garrahan and the crew had the training course ready to rip! Thank you for being there and thank you to all the ladies that tried something new last weekend !
Debra, Chris, Ross, Gary, Justin, Maggie, Dawn and the entire staff of Hungry Valley SVRA. These people worked so hard behind the scenes to ensure the tracks were groomed, rangers were in position, emergency planning was dialed, permits were filed, bathrooms cleaned, trash sorted, and so much more! Our parks services are incredible and we hope you return to visit them and many more this year.
Thank you to all of our raffle contributors!