$20 – $80

Over And Out - Women's Dirt Bike Campout!

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Hancock

Coon Hill Rd

Hancock, NY 13783

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Over And Out is a ladies-only campout and riding event for all levels of off-road motorcycle riders! We're partnered with the Bear Creek Sportsmen riding club of Hancock, NY to offer exclusive access to a variety of off-road riding terrain and camping on their 1,000 acre private property from June 22-24.

- Over And Out is proudly sponsored by Babes in the Dirt, REV'IT, Hanover Powersports, WEBIG Inc, BH&BR, and WLF Enduro!

The event is for ladies only, age 21+ and will be held rain or shine. Tickets are LIMITED, please read all info and FAQ's before purchasing. Tickets are non-refundable but you can transfer a ticket to someone else while tickets are still on sale.

EVERY SINGLE TICKET-HOLDER WILL GET...

  • An awesome gift bag from Babes In the Dirt (that we'll be filling with some great swag)!

  • A FREE catered boxed lunch, courtesy of REV'IT! (vegan option available, select at purchase point)

  • 2 nights camping and 2 days of riding on Bear Creek Sportsmen's beautiful private property!

  • An Over And Out Pin and chance to win a $200 Gift Card to Revzilla.

  • Access to miles of grass tracks and woods trails for fully dirt-equipped bikes.

  • Sign up for 1-hour group lessons on the Yamaha demo fleet, sponsored by Hanover Powersports (bike provided or BYO).

  • Sign up for an intermediate level 3-hour dual-sport ride (on your own bike).

  • Sign up on-site for a 2-hour guided Advanced trail ride (BYO bike).

  • REV'IT route maps for plated dual sport (on-road/off-road) and adventure bikes.

  • On-site general maintenance support from Hanover Powersports.

  • The support of our safety, sweep and recon team.

  • Saturday night BH&BR bonfire and s'mores

  • WEBIG Inc. Mini-motocross games and prizes

  • Raffle full of great stuff!

WHO IT'S FOR

This event caters to these 3 general rider categories:

1. New/Novice Riders - Cruise miles of beginner-friendly grass tracks and fields on-site.
2. Woods & Trail Riders - Miles of marked woods loops on-site. Dirt tires are a must.
3. Street-legal dual sport (on-road/off-road) – Explore off-site with REV'IT! route maps, guided rides.

Get a peek at the current schedule and riding options here!

*See below for group lessons and guided dual sport rides. Sign-up to come late May/early June.

EVENT SCHEDULE

Gates open Friday 6/22 at 4pm. Saturday and Sunday will be the only riding days, starting with a mandatory riders meeting on Saturday morning at 8:30am. We recommend you arrive Friday evening to be on time for the riders meeting. Open riding time all day Saturday, and Sunday until 1pm. Event ends Sunday 6/24 at 2pm.

Tickets include camping onsite Fri & Sat nights. Get a peek at the current schedule and riding options here! Final schedule to be posted & emailed closer to event.

CAMPING DETAILS

Your ticket to Over And Out includes two nights of camping on-site at the Bear Creek Sportsmen property in Hancock, NY. This property is private. You must have a ticket to this event to be on-site.

We'll have ample parking and camping space for SUV's, trucks, trailers, RVs, motorcycles, EZ-ups and tents. Parking/Camping space is first-come first-serve but there is puh-lenty!!! There are no Hookups, and no power. Visitors must be self-contained, carry-in/carry-out EVERYTHING. There will be Porta-potties on-site fully stocked with TP (though it never hurts to BYO), but no running water. BYOE - Bring your own everything, except the awesome free swag you'll be getting from us ;)

We'll post a recommended packing list closer to the event. We’ll have food options and some free snacks on-site but recommend bringing coolers with food, plenty of water and snacks. Alcoholic drinks ARE allowed, to be enjoyed when you're done riding for the day.

There's a bonfire (to be LIT come Saturday night!) and hangout spots adjacent to the camping area, a covered pavilion, and common area with picnic tables and natural stone seating areas. If camping just ain’t your thang, check out the hotels right in the town of Hancock.

GROUP LESSONS ON THE YAMAHA DEMO FLEET

Thanks to Hanover Powersports, we'll have an MSF-certified (Motorcycle Safety Foundation) coach on site with a fleet of Yamaha TTR trail bikes! These bikes are perfect for learning on, and 1-hour lessons will be done on grass. We'll slate you according to level (never ridden before, novice rider, intermediate, or advanced) and assign you a TTR-110, 125 or 230 based on your height, while availability lasts. You may ride your own bike as well.

Full Sign up details & instructions coming late May via blog and email.

GUIDED DUAL SPORT RIDES

Ticket holders may sign up for a 3-hour intermediate-level guided group dual-sport ride that goes off-site on local routes. Ride your own plated dual sport or adventure bike. One in the morning and one in the afternoon.

Full Sign up details & instructions coming late May via blog and email.

DIRECTIONS

There is no exact street address number for the club property, but you can Nav "Coon Hill Rd. Hancock, NY". You can also follow the directions posted on our site.

The driveway starts out paved but gets rougher as you go up. Proceed up Coon Hill Rd about 2.5 miles. When you start to wonder if you've missed it, keep going. You can't miss it, you'll end up right IN it! Keep going until you see our staff waving you in for registration and parking.

LOCAL ACCOMMODATIONS

The benefit of camping here is that you can bring your RV or rent a sprinter van or use a tent. It gives you a nearby spot to crash after a long day of riding, and allows you to be on-site on time for our mandatory riders meeting. There are also local accommodations in the town of Hancock, NY. You are welcome to arrange your own accommodations, but must be early (not show up during) our mandatory riders meeting at 8:30am on Saturday. Check out destinationhancock.com or visithancockny.com for lodging options.

RULES

(There is a full list of event rules and FAQs on our website, please be sure to read them ALL)

1. Be respectful of the property, the land, and other people. We are lucky to have access to this private property, please help ensure that we will be welcome back.

2. Helmets must be worn AT ALL TIMES when operating a motorcycle, no exceptions.

3. Proper riding gear is always recommended, and is required on the woods trails.

4. No ATVs or four-wheelers. No street bikes.

5. No drinking of alcoholic beverages until you are done riding for the day.

7. Maintain safe speeds and be vigilant when riding through the common areas.

8. All riders must attend the mandatory riders meeting Saturday morning.

FAQs

(There is a full list of event rules and FAQs on our website, please be sure to read them ALL, even these ones that are specific to riding options and terrain.)

Who can attend this event? Ladies only, ages 21 and up.

Do I need to have a motorcycle license to attend? You don't need a license to attend the event, but if you are driving a plated bike on the mapped routes you need to be licensed, registered, insured and adhere to laws. If you're riding a dirt bike on our tracks and trails you do not need a license.

Do I need my own bike to attend? BYOB (bring your own bike). Though you may sign up for a 1-hour group class where the bikes are provided. Those bikes will stay on grass only.

Are street bikes allowed at this event? Only plated dual sport (on-road/off-road) or adventure bikes are allowed in addition to dirt bikes. If you are operating a plated bike, you must be licensed, insured, registered and adhere to laws.

What type of gear is required on-site? Helmets are required AT ALL TIMES when riding. On grass - Dirt helmets (not street helmets), gloves, and protective boots that cover the ankle are required. On Woods Loops – Dirt helmets, goggles, gloves, and dirt/off-road riding boots required. Elbow and knee pads, roost deflectors/back protection highly highly recommended (we're talking tree trunks and big rocks people). On street-legal routes - DOT approved helmet minimum, protective gloves, boots.

Do I need new tires? If you’re riding the woods loops you should have dirt tires (knobby) on your bike. NEW tires are not mandatory but please check your tires and ensure that you are properly equipped.

What do I do with my garbage? Please take it with you when you go.

Will the event be cancelled in bad weather? The event will be held rain or shine, no refunds. We’re working hard and taking risks to give ladies the opportunity to ride here, we hope you’re on board to help make it happen. If it looks to be rainy we recommend bringing an EZ-up or tent.

Can I come ride the trails some other time? Sorry, no. The property is privately owned and riding access is limited to public events. Please respect these rules and their privacy, or you put future events at risk.

Can I ride the motocross track? Sorry, no. For this event the motocross track will be closed.

Do I need a working headlight, taillight and to be registered? If you are riding the routes created for street-legal dual sports and ADV motorcycles, YES. If you’re riding the grass track or woods loops then no.

Do I need to be an AMA Member to ride at Over And Out? No you do not. We recommend AMA Membership, but this event does not require it.

Are men allowed? No, sorry. Men, animals, and anyone under 21 are NOT allowed. You will see a handful of men at the event during the day. They are property owners and experienced sweep riders. They are there to guide and help keep us safe, and they will also be doing recon at the end of the day to recover any broken down bikes! At night, they will retire to their own area away from the ladies-only zone.

Will there be food? A free boxed lunch is included with your ticket, thanks to the kind folks at Rev’It!! There will be food options for sale on-site (cash only). There are also convenience stores, fast food restaurants, regular restaurants and diners close by in the town of Hancock. We recommend being prepared with snacks or foods if you have particular dietary preferences.

Is alcohol allowed? Yes it is, and you are welcome to enjoy alcoholic beverages responsibly after you are done riding for the day. There are places in town where you can shop on your way in (RiteAid, gas stations). Anyone caught operating a vehicle after/while drinking will be ejected from the event. Let’s all have a whole lot of fun and stay safe doing it.

What can I / can't I bring? Bring everything you need for riding and camping including riding gear, extra gas, a battery pack for your phone, plenty of water, sunscreen, bugspray.... We'll share a recommended packing list closer to the event. You can and should also bring food and drinks.

The property is private so only ticket-holders may be on-site. No pets or animals, no one under 21, no weapons of any kind, no fireworks, no promotional or marketing materials, no promotional banners, no items for sale, no pollutants. All trash must be kept self-contained and taken with you when you leave the property.

What if I didn't buy an oversize parking pass, but now im bringing an RV or trailer? You can still get an oversized parking pass when you arrive at the event, no sweat.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions? You can email info@overandoutmoto.com, or join our Facebook group to pitch questions to other ladies and attendees!

What's the refund policy? No refunds. This event has taken a lot of hard work and expense to get going, and we hope it will grow to get better and better. This event is self-funded and the product of hours, months, years of work. There is nothing like this currently, and we need your help and commitment to helping us build something great. So sorry, but again: no refunds.

Once again, all specifics for group lesson sign-ups, recommended bikes, packing list, food options, event schedule and other details will be shared via our blog and emails. Make sure you are signed up for emails and staying tuned via Facebook & Instagram. Join our Facebook Group to ask questions and connect with other ladies who are planning to attend OAO!

Thank you!!

Flyer artwork by Lydia Roberts @lydiarobotica

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Coon Hill Rd

Hancock, NY 13783

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