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2023-02-01 18:00:25 2023-02-01 18:00:25 Europe/London Hot Rod Night 6pm Held on the 1st Wednesday of each month from 6pm Showcase your Rods and come and share your passion for Hot Rods at the Ace. https://london.acecafe.com/event/hot-rod-night-6pm-23/ Ace Cafe London Ace Cafe London m.guenter@magnetive.de
Held on the 1st Wednesday of each month from 6pm
Showcase your Rods and come and share your passion for Hot Rods at the Ace.
2023-02-02 18:00:56 2023-02-02 18:00:56 Europe/London Mod & Mini Night 6pm Held on the 1st Thursday every month from 6pm Welcome to our monthly Mod ‘N’ Mini Night where classic scooter and Mini owners and enthusiasts are welcome! https://london.acecafe.com/event/mod-mini-night-6pm-2/ Ace Cafe London Ace Cafe London m.guenter@magnetive.de
Held on the 1st Thursday every month from 6pm
Welcome to our monthly Mod ‘N’ Mini Night where classic scooter and Mini owners and enthusiasts are welcome!
2023-02-03 18:00:10 2023-02-03 18:00:10 Europe/London Bike Night + Streetfighters 6pm Held on the 1st Friday of each month from 6pm Friday can mean only one thing around here, Friday Bike Night! Come along and showcase your bikes at the Ace Cafe. https://london.acecafe.com/event/bike-night-6pm-46/ Ace Cafe London Ace Cafe London m.guenter@magnetive.de
Held on the 1st Friday of each month from 6pm
Friday can mean only one thing around here, Friday Bike Night! Come along and showcase your bikes at the Ace Cafe.
2023-02-04 11:00:01 2023-02-04 11:00:01 Europe/London Hyundai N Owners with Nhanced 11am Start Time: 11am Finish Time: 4pm www.nhancedperformance.co.uk https://london.acecafe.com/event/hyundai-n-owners-with-nhanced-11am-3/ Ace Cafe London Ace Cafe London m.guenter@magnetive.de
Start Time: 11am
Finish Time: 4pm
www.nhancedperformance.co.uk
2023-02-05 17:47:55 2023-02-05 17:47:55 Europe/London Bike Day https://london.acecafe.com/event/bike-day-2/ Ace Cafe London Ace Cafe London m.guenter@magnetive.de
2023-02-05 18:00:52 2023-02-05 18:00:52 Europe/London Team AMG UK Meet 6pm TeamAMGUK Mercedes-AMG Owners Club Starts 6pm Biggest & Fastest Growing AMG Owners Club Instagram: TeamAMGUK Facebook: TeamAMGUK https://london.acecafe.com/event/team-amg-uk-meet-6pm-2/ Ace Cafe London Ace Cafe London m.guenter@magnetive.de
TeamAMGUK Mercedes-AMG Owners Club
Starts 6pm
Biggest & Fastest Growing AMG Owners Club
Instagram: TeamAMGUK
Facebook: TeamAMGUK
2023-02-06 18:00:56 2023-02-06 18:00:56 Europe/London German Night ( BMW & Mercedes ) 6pm Held on the 1st Monday of each month from 6pm Showcase your cars, wheels and share the passion for German Bikes & Cars (BMW and Mercedes) https://london.acecafe.com/event/german-night-bmw-mercedes-6pm-20/ Ace Cafe London Ace Cafe London m.guenter@magnetive.de
Held on the 1st Monday of each month from 6pm
Showcase your cars, wheels and share the passion for German Bikes & Cars (BMW and Mercedes)
2023-02-07 18:00:27 2023-02-07 18:00:27 Europe/London Rover P6 Club Meet 6pm Start Time: 6pm Finish Time: 10pm p6club.com https://london.acecafe.com/event/rover-p6-club-meet-6pm/ Ace Cafe London Ace Cafe London m.guenter@magnetive.de
Start Time: 6pm
Finish Time: 10pm
p6club.com
2023-02-08 18:00:08 2023-02-08 18:00:08 Europe/London Brit Bike Night with Triumph + Royal Enfield OC + BMF + WIMA 6pm Held on the 2nd Wednesday of each month from 6pm British bikes include Triumph, Royal Enfield and other classic British manufactured motorcycles + WIMA : WOMEN’S INTERNATIONAL MOTORCYCLE ASSOCIATION   https://london.acecafe.com/event/brit-bike-night-6pm-2/ Ace Cafe London Ace Cafe London m.guenter@magnetive.de
Held on the 2nd Wednesday of each month from 6pm
British bikes include Triumph, Royal Enfield and other classic British manufactured motorcycles +
WIMA : WOMEN’S INTERNATIONAL MOTORCYCLE ASSOCIATION
 
2023-02-09 18:00:28 2023-02-09 18:00:28 Europe/London Italian Night 6pm Held on the 2nd Thursday of each month from 6pm For fans and owners of Italian cars & bikes, the Ace Cafe Italian night is a great place to be, with often a fabulous mix of Italians cars, from Fiat 500’s to Ferrari’s to Ducati & Moto Guzz https://london.acecafe.com/event/italian-night-6pm-5/ Ace Cafe London Ace Cafe London m.guenter@magnetive.de
Held on the 2nd Thursday of each month from 6pm
For fans and owners of Italian cars & bikes, the Ace Cafe Italian night is a great place to be, with often a fabulous mix of Italians cars, from Fiat 500’s to Ferrari’s to Ducati & Moto Guzz
2023-02-10 18:00:52 2023-02-10 18:00:52 Europe/London Bike Night + Bandits (BOCGB) 6pm Held on the 2nd Friday of each month from 6pm Friday can mean only one thing around here, Friday Bike Night! Come along and showcase your bikes at the Ace Cafe. https://london.acecafe.com/event/bike-night-6pm-47/ Ace Cafe London Ace Cafe London m.guenter@magnetive.de
Held on the 2nd Friday of each month from 6pm
Friday can mean only one thing around here, Friday Bike Night! Come along and showcase your bikes at the Ace Cafe.
2023-02-11 21:00:26 2023-02-11 21:00:26 Europe/London Gene Vincent Tribute Night 9pm Gene Vincent Tribute Night! Saturday 11th February 9pm – 1am Entry £12 Sorry no under 18’s Ace Cafe London is hosting the annual Gene Vincent Tribute Night on Saturday 11th February. This year marks the 65th anniversary of “ Say Mama", “Git It”, “Rocky Road Blues” and “Baby Blue” being released by Capitol Records in 1958, with the late great rocker’s celebrated hits having begun in 1956 with “Be Bop A Lula” and the film “The Girl Can’t Help It”, setting Gene on the path to stardom. The evening features the renowned Little Dave (endorsed by Gene’s daughter Sherri) & The Carolinas, together with DJ Bill Guntrip on the decks, it all makes for an evening of sound that is dedicated to the legend, Gene Vincent Prizes up for grabs on the evening include a pair of tickets for two to attend the cafe’s forthcoming “Eddie Cochran Tribute Night” with Darrel Higham & The Enforcers, on the evening of Saturday 22nd April! To be in with a chance of winning, just retain your door entry raffle ticket. Draw will be held on the evening. Listen, revel and be immersed in a mix of the best rock and roll and rockabilly, blended with the London sub-culture sounds, broadcasting 24/7 on online radio and social media: http://www.acecaferadio.com/ Ace Cafe London Facebook Evene ts Page https://london.acecafe.com/event/gene-vincent-tribute-night-9pm-3/ Ace Cafe London Ace Cafe London m.guenter@magnetive.de
Gene Vincent Tribute Night!
Saturday 11th February
9pm – 1am
Entry £12
Sorry no under 18’s
Ace Cafe London is hosting the annual Gene Vincent Tribute Night on Saturday 11th February. This year marks the 65th anniversary of “ Say Mama”, “Git It”, “Rocky Road Blues” and “Baby Blue” being released by Capitol Records in 1958, with the late great rocker’s celebrated hits having begun in 1956 with “Be Bop A Lula” and the film “The Girl Can’t Help It”, setting Gene on the path to stardom.
The evening features the renowned Little Dave (endorsed by Gene’s daughter Sherri) & The Carolinas, together with DJ Bill Guntrip on the decks, it all makes for an evening of sound that is dedicated to the legend, Gene Vincent
Prizes up for grabs on the evening include a pair of tickets for two to attend the cafe’s forthcoming “Eddie Cochran Tribute Night” with Darrel Higham & The Enforcers, on the evening of Saturday 22nd April!
To be in with a chance of winning, just retain your door entry raffle ticket. Draw will be held on the evening.
Listen, revel and be immersed in a mix of the best rock and roll and rockabilly, blended with the London sub-culture sounds, broadcasting 24/7 on online radio and social media:
2023-02-12 09:00:52 2023-02-12 09:00:52 Europe/London Singles Sunday - The One Pot Bike Day 9am https://london.acecafe.com/event/singles-sunday-the-one-pot-bike-day/ Ace Cafe London Ace Cafe London m.guenter@magnetive.de
2023-02-12 11:00:18 2023-02-12 11:00:18 Europe/London MAG " Fred Hill" Memorial Ride 11am The history of the Motorcycle Action Group Fred Hill The history of the Motorcycle Action Group has been set by Fred Hill, A former army dispatch rider during WW2. Many people will recall the extraordinary example he set in defying the compulsory helmet law throughout the nineteen seventies and eighties. Nowhere in the world has anyone made such exceptional sacrifices in the name of biker’s freedoms. A former army dispatch rider during WW2, Fred worked for many years as a mathematics teacher before leaving to enjoy what he doubtless expected would be a quiet retirement. Incensed by the compulsory helmet law, Fred rode everywhere in an old beret, collecting literally hundreds of tickets, which he stored in a large suitcase. Fred’s refusal to pay the fines for helmet-less riding constituted ‘Contempt of Court’ for which he was given custodial sentences thirty one times. Some of the sentences were very short, as little as 24 hours on one occasion when he was held in an unlocked police station cell and told by the desk sergeant to – ‘bugger off when no-one’s looking.’ Other sentences were much longer however and the company which Fred found himself amongst in Her Majesty’s hostels was not always the finest. Fred loathed prison life and once wrote a disturbing account of his experiences for Magnews. ‘What is a man deprived of his name, his freedom of movement taken away, his every privacy invaded, every move spied upon, locked away in a filthy cell for 23 hours out of the 24 hours- and half of these miserable hours spent in darkness.’ A member of MAG, Fred’s face was a familiar sight at MAG demonstrations all over the country. Fred always made speeches at the demonstrations, dressed in his arrow – patterned prison suit he would treat the crowd to theatrical helpings of his Yorkshire wit, always maintaining a characteristic good humour even when being booked. Though in every other way, a law-abiding citizen, Fred would encourage the crowds he addressed to follow his example, as the law would have to be repealed if enough people simply ignored it. In so doing he risked the more serious charge of incitement to break the law, though such a charge was never brought against him. Once in the dock of a magistrates court where a lady magistrate berated his lawlessness, Fred took the opportunity to remind her that if it hadn’t been for members of her sex breaking the law some years ago, she wouldn’t be sitting where she was. With the passage of time, police in Fred’s neighbourhood frequently turned a blind eye to his indiscretions. though when he went further afield he would invariably be stopped. In order to cover the necessary distances Fred replaced his Honda 50 with a 250, aboard which, on one occasion, he battled all the way to the Gower Peninsula in Wales and back, a distance of about 500 miles in one day despite appaling weather. Demonstrations of support by MAG members were frequently staged outside prisons in which Fred was held and a commemoration of his efforts is made annually at the gates of Pentonville Prison on the anniversary of his death. Fred Hill was seventy four years old when in 1984 he died from a heart attack suffered whilst in custody in London’s Pentonville Prison . Despite the tremendous news angle of one man against the state, the national media, with the exception of two columnists, Mathew Parris and Auberon Waugh, suspiciously blanked the tragedy. Fred was imprisoned 31 times, his final sentence of 60 days, proving too much to take, was half completed. The prison governor had warned Fred that the harsh prison environment could be the death of him, to which Fred replied that, ‘it didn’t matter where a man died but how.’ An enquiry into Fred’s death resulted in a coroner’s report which concluded that Fred’s prison experience had not contributed toward his death. Whether the helmet issue is important to you or not, we all owe it, not only to Fred but to ourselves, to sustain a ceaseless call for the reform of this outrageous legislation for, as Fred wrote – ‘what is a man deprived..of his freedom ?’ Motorcycling is about freedom. Fred understood that. We must never forget Fred’s example lest we forget why we ride motorcycles. MAG Website: www.mag-uk.org https://london.acecafe.com/event/mag-fred-hill-memorial-ride-11am-2/ Ace Cafe London Ace Cafe London m.guenter@magnetive.de

The history of the Motorcycle Action Group

Fred Hill
The history of the Motorcycle Action Group has been set by Fred Hill, A former army dispatch rider during WW2. Many people will recall the extraordinary example he set in Fred Hilldefying the compulsory helmet law throughout the nineteen seventies and eighties. Nowhere in the world has anyone made such exceptional sacrifices in the name of biker’s freedoms.
A former army dispatch rider during WW2, Fred worked for many years as a mathematics teacher before leaving to enjoy what he doubtless expected would be a quiet retirement. Incensed by the compulsory helmet law, Fred rode everywhere in an old beret, collecting literally hundreds of tickets, which he stored in a large suitcase. Fred’s refusal to pay the fines for helmet-less riding constituted ‘Contempt of Court’ for which he was given custodial sentences thirty one times.
Some of the sentences were very short, as little as 24 hours on one occasion when he was held in an unlocked police station cell and told by the desk sergeant to – ‘bugger off when no-one’s looking.’ Other sentences were much longer however and the company which Fred found himself amongst in Her Majesty’s hostels was not always the finest. Fred loathed prison life and once wrote a disturbing account of his experiences for Magnews. ‘What is a man deprived of his name, his freedom of movement taken away, his every privacy invaded, every move spied upon, locked away in a filthy cell for 23 hours out of the 24 hours- and half of these miserable hours spent in darkness.’
A member of MAG, Fred’s face was a familiar sight at MAG demonstrations all over the country. Fred always made speeches at the demonstrations, dressed in his arrow – patterned prison suit he would treat the crowd to theatrical helpings of his Yorkshire wit, always maintaining a characteristic good humour even when being booked. Though in every other way, a law-abiding citizen, Fred would encourage the crowds he addressed to follow his example, as the law would have to be repealed if enough people simply ignored it. In so doing he risked the more serious charge of incitement to break the law, though such a charge was never brought against him. Once in the dock of a magistrates court where a lady magistrate berated his lawlessness, Fred took the opportunity to remind her that if it hadn’t been for members of her sex breaking the law some years ago, she wouldn’t be sitting where she was.
With the passage of time, police in Fred’s neighbourhood frequently turned a blind eye to his indiscretions. though when he went further afield he would invariably be stopped. In order to cover the necessary distances Fred replaced his Honda 50 with a 250, aboard which, on one occasion, he battled all the way to the Gower Peninsula in Wales and back, a distance of about 500 miles in one day despite appaling weather.
Demonstrations of support by MAG members were frequently staged outside prisons in which Fred was held and a commemoration of his efforts is made annually at the gates of Pentonville Prison on the anniversary of his death. Fred Hill was seventy four years old when in 1984 he died from a heart attack suffered whilst in custody in London’s Pentonville Prison . Despite the tremendous news angle of one man against the state, the national media, with the exception of two columnists, Mathew Parris and Auberon Waugh, suspiciously blanked the tragedy.
Fred was imprisoned 31 times, his final sentence of 60 days, proving too much to take, was half completed. The prison governor had warned Fred that the harsh prison environment could be the death of him, to which Fred replied that, ‘it didn’t matter where a man died but how.’ An enquiry into Fred’s death resulted in a coroner’s report which concluded that Fred’s prison experience had not contributed toward his death.
Whether the helmet issue is important to you or not, we all owe it, not only to Fred but to ourselves, to sustain a ceaseless call for the reform of this outrageous legislation for, as Fred wrote – ‘what is a man deprived..of his freedom ?’ Motorcycling is about freedom. Fred understood that. We must never forget Fred’s example lest we forget why we ride motorcycles.
MAG Website: www.mag-uk.org
2023-02-13 18:00:36 2023-02-13 18:00:36 Europe/London JDM Vs The World 6pm Held on the 2nd Monday of every month from 6pm JDM Stands for Japanese Domestic Market We a family friendly car group that holds monthly meets @ the Ace Cafe London Any car is welcome and all we ask is you respect everyone in the group and theirs cars. Facebook Group Instagram Page https://london.acecafe.com/event/jdm-vs-the-world-6pm-3/ Ace Cafe London Ace Cafe London m.guenter@magnetive.de
Held on the 2nd Monday of every month from 6pm
JDM Stands for Japanese Domestic Market
We a family friendly car group that holds monthly meets @ the Ace Cafe London
Any car is welcome and all we ask is you respect everyone in the group and theirs cars.
Facebook Group
Instagram Page
2023-02-14 18:00:51 2023-02-14 18:00:51 Europe/London Classic Car Valentine's Special 6pm VALENTINES SPECIAL AT THE ACE (Pre-book Valentines Menu) This year's Valentines night at the Ace, Tuesday 14th February, coincides with the cafe’s regular monthly “Classic Car Night” and includes with, as guest, the renowned New York City (USA) based Japanese artist Makoto Endo, who specialises in the painting on canvas of motorcycles with the aim “to paint the sound of the engine”, noting that he works “live” using only Indian ink flung, and applied by bamboo chop-sticks! He will be working “live” at the Ace on Valentines helping to make this evening very special! https://london.acecafe.com/event/classic-car-night-6pm-2/ Ace Cafe London Ace Cafe London m.guenter@magnetive.de
VALENTINES SPECIAL AT THE ACE
(Pre-book Valentines Menu)
This year’s Valentines night at the Ace, Tuesday 14th February, coincides with the cafe’s regular monthly “Classic Car Night” and includes with, as guest, the renowned New York City (USA) based Japanese artist Makoto Endo, who specialises in the painting on canvas of motorcycles with the aim “to paint the sound of the engine”, noting that he works “live” using only Indian ink flung, and applied by bamboo chop-sticks!
He will be working “live” at the Ace on Valentines helping to make this evening very special!
2023-02-15 18:00:09 2023-02-15 18:00:09 Europe/London British Sports & Performance Car Night 6pm Held on the 3rd Wednesday of each month from 6pm Come along and showcase your rides from some of the best british car manufactures like Aston Martin, Bentley, Caterham Cars, Daimler, Jaguar, Lister Cars, Lotus, McLaren and Morgan https://london.acecafe.com/event/british-sports-performance-car-night-6pm-10/ Ace Cafe London Ace Cafe London m.guenter@magnetive.de
Held on the 3rd Wednesday of each month from 6pm
Come along and showcase your rides from some of the best british car manufactures like Aston Martin, Bentley, Caterham Cars, Daimler, Jaguar, Lister Cars, Lotus, McLaren and Morgan
2023-02-16 18:00:51 2023-02-16 18:00:51 Europe/London Super Moto + XJR OC + NABD + Scooters 6pm Held on the 3rd Thursday of each month from 6pm https://london.acecafe.com/event/super-moto-xjr-oc-nabd-scooters-6pm-5/ Ace Cafe London Ace Cafe London m.guenter@magnetive.de
Held on the 3rd Thursday of each month from 6pm
2023-02-17 18:00:47 2023-02-17 18:00:47 Europe/London Bike Night + Rockers n’ Classics 6pm Held on the 3rd Friday of each month from 6pm Friday can mean only one thing around here, Friday Bike Night! Come along and showcase your bikes at the Ace Cafe. https://london.acecafe.com/event/bike-night-6pm-48/ Ace Cafe London Ace Cafe London m.guenter@magnetive.de
Held on the 3rd Friday of each month from 6pm
Friday can mean only one thing around here, Friday Bike Night! Come along and showcase your bikes at the Ace Cafe.
2023-02-18 11:00:11 2023-02-18 11:00:11 Europe/London Land Rover Meet 11am Start Time: 11am Finish Time 4pm www.teamfaff.co.uk https://london.acecafe.com/event/land-rover-meet-11am/ Ace Cafe London Ace Cafe London m.guenter@magnetive.de
Start Time: 11am
Finish Time 4pm
www.teamfaff.co.uk
2023-02-18 18:00:10 2023-02-18 18:00:10 Europe/London Battalion30Five Meet 6pm Battalion30Five Meet Starts 6pm Britain`s most magnificent Nissan GTR R35 Club, simply called the Battalion 30 Five Instagram: Battalion30five Facebook: Battalion30five global https://london.acecafe.com/event/battalion30five-meet-6pm/ Ace Cafe London Ace Cafe London m.guenter@magnetive.de
Battalion30Five Meet
Starts 6pm
Britain`s most magnificent Nissan GTR R35 Club, simply called the Battalion 30 Five
Instagram: Battalion30five
Facebook: Battalion30five global
2023-02-19 09:00:13 2023-02-19 09:00:13 Europe/London Bike Day https://london.acecafe.com/event/bike-day-2-2/ Ace Cafe London Ace Cafe London m.guenter@magnetive.de
2023-02-19 09:30:34 2023-02-19 09:30:34 Europe/London Ride Out to MCN Bike Show Excel 9.30am Ace Cafe at MCN London Show 2023 Join us for a Ride-Out to the show on Sunday 19th February Depart at 9.30am Firing up 2023, and celebrating the 85th anniversary of the Ace originally opening in 1938, Ace Cafe London joins the world of biking under one roof, with a stand and display at the Devitt MCN London Motorcycle Show, at Excel, Docklands, London, 17th – 19th February. The UK's best-loved bike event is undergoing a radical revamp including with a drag strip running down the entire length of the exhibition hall, a whole host of incredible live action, Silverstone Auctions, expert talks and bargains galore for you to get your teeth into Come and visit the Ace Stand which, this year, features the Excel showcase debut of the renowned New York City (USA) based Japanese artist Makoto Endo, who specialises in the painting on canvas of motorcycles with the aim “to paint the sound of the engine”, noting that he works “live” using only Indian ink flung, and applied by bamboo chop-sticks!   He will be working “live” at the show on the Ace stand at the annual MCN Motorcycle show, Excel, London 17/19 Feb 2023   See links: www.makotoendo.net At the Intermot Bike Show, Germany 2018: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eoc8K-k2Hew and https://www.mcnmotorcycleshow.com/ https://www.facebook.com/MCNMotorcycleshow https://www.instagram.com/motorcyclenews/ https://twitter.com/MCNnews   Show weekend at the Ace includes: Friday 17th Feb – Bike Night from 6pm Sunday 19th Feb – Ride-Out from Ace to MCN Show – Join us at the Ace from 7.30am for breakfast and ride out to the annual Devitt MCN Motorcycle Show, at Excel in the heart of Docklands, London, departing at 9.30am. Route, A406 North Circular Road east from the cafe to the A1020, Royal Albert Way, to Excel, Docklands, London, E16 1XL. https://london.acecafe.com/event/ride-out-to-mcn-bike-show-excel-9-30am-4/ Ace Cafe London Ace Cafe London m.guenter@magnetive.de
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Ace Cafe at MCN London Show 2023
Join us for a Ride-Out to the show on Sunday 19th February
Depart at 9.30am
Firing up 2023, and celebrating the 85th anniversary of the Ace originally opening in 1938, Ace Cafe London joins the world of biking under one roof, with a stand and display at the Devitt MCN London Motorcycle Show, at Excel, Docklands, London, 17th – 19th February.
The UK’s best-loved bike event is undergoing a radical revamp including with a drag strip running down the entire length of the exhibition hall, a whole host of incredible live action, Silverstone Auctions, expert talks and bargains galore for you to get your teeth into
Come and visit the Ace Stand which, this year, features the Excel showcase debut of the renowned New York City (USA) based Japanese artist Makoto Endo, who specialises in the painting on canvas of motorcycles with the aim “to paint the sound of the engine”, noting that he works “live” using only Indian ink flung, and applied by bamboo chop-sticks!
 
He will be working “live” at the show on the Ace stand at the annual MCN Motorcycle show, Excel, London 17/19 Feb 2023
 
See links:
www.makotoendo.net
At the Intermot Bike Show, Germany 2018:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eoc8K-k2Hew
and
https://www.mcnmotorcycleshow.com/
https://www.facebook.com/MCNMotorcycleshow
https://www.instagram.com/motorcyclenews/
https://twitter.com/MCNnews
 
Show weekend at the Ace includes:
Friday 17th Feb – Bike Night from 6pm
Sunday 19th Feb – Ride-Out from Ace to MCN Show – Join us at the Ace from 7.30am for breakfast and ride out to the annual Devitt MCN Motorcycle Show, at Excel in the heart of Docklands, London, departing at 9.30am. Route, A406 North Circular Road east from the cafe to the A1020, Royal Albert Way, to Excel, Docklands, London, E16 1XL.
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2023-02-20 18:00:28 2023-02-20 18:00:28 Europe/London French Classic & Performance 6pm Held on the 3rd Monday of each month from 6pm Come along and showcase your rides from french car manufactures  Peugeot, Citroën, Renault & Alpine https://london.acecafe.com/event/french-classic-performance-6pm-9/ Ace Cafe London Ace Cafe London m.guenter@magnetive.de
Held on the 3rd Monday of each month from 6pm
Come along and showcase your rides from french car manufactures  Peugeot, Citroën, Renault & Alpine
2023-02-21 18:00:27 2023-02-21 18:00:27 Europe/London VW Air Cooled Night + T4 & T5 Vans 6pm Held on the 3rd Tuesday of each month from 6pm A night for owners of air–cooled VW’s Bugs & Campers https://london.acecafe.com/event/vw-air-cooled-night-t4-t5-vans-6pm-2/ Ace Cafe London Ace Cafe London m.guenter@magnetive.de
Held on the 3rd Tuesday of each month from 6pm
night for owners of aircooled VW’s Bugs & Campers
2023-02-22 18:00:54 2023-02-22 18:00:54 Europe/London Incarnation Show N' Shine 6pm Held on the last Wednesday of every month from 6pm Focusing on the individuals who drive their passions, focusing on racers, tuners, car clubs and modified motor fans https://london.acecafe.com/event/incarnation-show-n-shine-6pm-53/ Ace Cafe London Ace Cafe London m.guenter@magnetive.de
Held on the last Wednesday of every month from 6pm
Focusing on the individuals who drive their passions, focusing on racers, tuners, car clubs and modified motor fans
2023-02-23 18:00:02 2023-02-23 18:00:02 Europe/London Harley Night 6pm Held on the last Thursday of each month from 6pm Welcoming all who share our passion for Harley Davidson Motorcycles https://london.acecafe.com/event/harley-night-6pm-34/ Ace Cafe London Ace Cafe London m.guenter@magnetive.de
Held on the last Thursday of each month from 6pm
Welcoming all who share our passion for Harley Davidson Motorcycles
2023-02-24 18:00:55 2023-02-24 18:00:55 Europe/London Bike Night + Performance & Fast Bikes Held on the last Friday of each month from 6pm Friday can mean only one thing around here, Friday Bike Night! Come along and showcase your bikes at the Ace Cafe. https://london.acecafe.com/event/bike-night-6pm-49/ Ace Cafe London Ace Cafe London m.guenter@magnetive.de
Held on the last Friday of each month from 6pm
Friday can mean only one thing around here, Friday Bike Night! Come along and showcase your bikes at the Ace Cafe.
2023-02-25 16:00:40 2023-02-25 16:00:40 Europe/London All American Cruise-In + Jeep + 4x4 4pm All American Cruise-In + Jeep + 4x4 Starts 4pm Ace Cafe London’s regular monthly All-American Cruise-In from 4pm on the last Saturday of each month Come and share your American Dream at the monthly All American Cruise-In for iconic American vehicles https://london.acecafe.com/event/all-american-cruise-in-jeep-4x4-4pm/ Ace Cafe London Ace Cafe London m.guenter@magnetive.de
All American Cruise-In + Jeep + 4×4
Starts 4pm
Ace Cafe London’s regular monthly All-American Cruise-In from 4pm on the last Saturday of each month
Come and share your American Dream at the monthly All American Cruise-In for iconic American vehicles
2023-02-26 09:00:47 2023-02-26 09:00:47 Europe/London 59 Club Renewal Day 59 CLUB DAY Sunday 26th February 9am – 5pm The 59 Club’s annual “Renewal” day at Ace Cafe London on Sunday 26th February 2023, and follows a year of very special events celebrating the 60th anniversary of the 59 Club becoming a motorcycle club in 1962. Along with opportunity to renew your membership if it is due, or join the Club and check out the Club’s latest items, meet the Club’s volunteer leaders who will be on hand throughout the day. Father Sergiy Diduk, the chairman of the 59 Club, looks forward to being able to drop by during the day. See you at the Ace! https://www.the59club.co.uk/ https://www.facebook.com/the59clublondon https://www.instagram.com/the59club_official/ https://london.acecafe.com/event/59-club-renewal-day/ Ace Cafe London Ace Cafe London m.guenter@magnetive.de
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59 CLUB DAY
Sunday 26th February
9am – 5pm
The 59 Club’s annual “Renewal” day at Ace Cafe London on Sunday 26th February 2023, and follows a year of very special events celebrating the 60th anniversary of the 59 Club becoming a motorcycle club in 1962.
Along with opportunity to renew your membership if it is due, or join the Club and check out the Club’s latest items, meet the Club’s volunteer leaders who will be on hand throughout the day.
Father Sergiy Diduk, the chairman of the 59 Club, looks forward to being able to drop by during the day.
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