12/09/2014

Ace Cafe Reunion & Brighton Burn Up

Taking place over three days this September, the Ace Café Reunion is back! The 21st annual event will celebrate motorcycling history, culture and style with a never before seen project between the Ace Café London and Triumph Motorcycles revealed on Friday 12th September.

A jam packed weekend is set to include a huge showcase of customised classic bikes, a comprehensive collection of traders, three ride outs to take part in and a full line up of rock and roll acts.

Friday evening sees the Ace Café London firing up the party atmosphere with the Continental Run ride-in finishing at the iconic motorcycling destination followed by a  full bill of rock and roll and the reveal of something top secret.

Saturday, from 10.30am, the Ace Café London will re-awaken with the Battersea Park ride out, more rock and roll, a whole host of exhibitions to soak up plus a number of competitions including the Best Triumph Café Racer, Best Modern Café Racer and Best Classic Café Racer.

On Sunday the third of the weekend’s rides heads from the historic Café to Brighton for the ‘Burn Up’ which will see exhibitors and traders descend onto the sea front for another day fuelled with motorcycle displays, live bands and a scooter competition.

A display of our Triumph Motorcycles will  also be present at each day of this highly anticipated event with our Barbour custom Scrambler, David Beckham’s Bonneville T100, and two custom specials from West London dealer Jack Lilley on display. We’ll also be exhibiting some of our newest Bonnevilles and revealing something new too!

The event is absolutely free to attend all weekend at both the Ace Café and Brighton sea front.
For further information visit the Ace Cafe London website.

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