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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!
2023-04-22 10:00:00 2023-04-22 10:00:00 Europe/London InCarNation - Brighton 10am Start: 10.00 Finish: 18.00   Located On Brighton's seafront road Madeira Drive   Calling all Petrolheads! On Saturday 22nd April 2017, from 10am - 6pm, Brighton’s famous seafront road, Madeira Drive will again host the UK’s finest on four wheels as Ace Cafe London presents the 7th annual InCarNation Brighton. The event was conceived in 2011, following the popularity of the cafe’s regular monthly ‘InCarNation Night’, held at the Ace on the last Wednesday of every month, with racers, tuners, car clubs and motor fans from across the country enjoying their “wheels” and vying for space. As in previous years, InCarNation Brighton 2017 is a free to attend, drive-in and display of diverse vehicles, featuring the best that is performance and modified in the UK. The focus is on the individuals who drive, and their passions. It is open to all motor fans and enthusiasts, from classic and street-tuned racers, through to hot exotic supercars. Prizes and awards will be presented on the day and will include “Best Club Car” and “Best Club Display”, as well as spot prizes for “Best Motors”. With interactive stands and displays plus live entertainment on the Ace stage, the mix of music, roaring engines and tyre shredding drifters will certainly get the adrenalin pumping! Instagram https://london.acecafe.com/event/incarnation-brighton-10am-2/ Ace Cafe London Ace Cafe London m.guenter@magnetive.de
Start: 10.00
Finish: 18.00
 
Located On Brighton’s seafront road Madeira Drive
 
Calling all Petrolheads! On Saturday 22nd April 2017, from 10am – 6pm, Brighton’s famous seafront road, Madeira Drive will again host the UK’s finest on four wheels as Ace Cafe London presents the 7th annual InCarNation Brighton.
The event was conceived in 2011, following the popularity of the cafe’s regular monthly ‘InCarNation Night’, held at the Ace on the last Wednesday of every month, with racers, tuners, car clubs and motor fans from across the country enjoying their “wheels” and vying for space. As in previous years, InCarNation Brighton 2017 is a free to attend, drive-in and display of diverse vehicles, featuring the best that is performance and modified in the UK.
The focus is on the individuals who drive, and their passions. It is open to all motor fans and enthusiasts, from classic and street-tuned racers, through to hot exotic supercars. Prizes and awards will be presented on the day and will include “Best Club Car” and “Best Club Display”, as well as spot prizes for “Best Motors”.
With interactive stands and displays plus live entertainment on the Ace stage, the mix of music, roaring engines and tyre shredding drifters will certainly get the adrenalin pumping!
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2023-05-29 10:30:46 2023-05-29 10:30:46 Europe/London Margate meltdown Run 10.30am Date: Bank Holiday Monday 29th May Depart Cafe: 10.30am Route: A406 - A13 - M25 - A2 - M2 - A299 to Margate seafront The Margate Meltdown is a free to attend event held annually on Spring Bank Holiday Monday This year, the 13th annual ‘Meltdown, celebrates the 85th anniversary of the Ace originally opening in 1938 and, as in years to date, it features a ride out from Ace Cafe London to the event in the popular seaside resort of Margate in Kent. Margate seafront and harbour is given over for the day to motorcycles and scooters, and a myriad of diverse club and trade stands Live entertainment will be rocking the seafront from midday onwards with MC Bill Guntrip and the DJ’s Bill & George Guntrip, together with the three piece band “The Draglinks”, playing Rockin’ Blues , Rock’n’Roll and Rockabilly The destination town of Margate has everything for a great day out; a beach and plenty of things to do and see. Its heritage of motorbikes, scooters and the Mods & Rockers that rode them there from the 1960s on is of world renown. Buckets and spades are optional! The Royal British Legion Riders Branch (RBL RB) is the chosen charity for the event. Special thanks to Thanet District Council and the town for helping us deliver this unique day on the seafront! NOTICE: As guests of Margate, and this free to enter event we thank you in advance for your understanding and co-operation in ensuring that the event is accessible and safe for all who attend We ask that you do not park any vehicle on the pavements or block the footways and emergency routes, and adhere to the directions and requests of Meltdown Staff & Marshals. Please note that the seafront road will be open to the public (and bikes) from 9.30am The event closes at 6pm   https://london.acecafe.com/event/margate-meltdown-run-10-30am-10/ Ace Cafe London Ace Cafe London m.guenter@magnetive.de
Date: Bank Holiday Monday 29th May
Depart Cafe: 10.30am
Route: A406 – A13 – M25 – A2 – M2 – A299 to Margate seafront
The Margate Meltdown is a free to attend event held annually on Spring Bank Holiday Monday
This year, the 13th annual ‘Meltdown, celebrates the 85th anniversary of the Ace originally opening in 1938 and, as in years to date, it features a ride out from Ace Cafe London to the event in the popular seaside resort of Margate in Kent.
Margate seafront and harbour is given over for the day to motorcycles and scooters, and a myriad of diverse club and trade stands
Live entertainment will be rocking the seafront from midday onwards with MC Bill Guntrip and the DJ’s Bill & George Guntrip, together with the three piece band “The Draglinks”, playing Rockin’ Blues , Rock’n’Roll and Rockabilly
The destination town of Margate has everything for a great day out; a beach and plenty of things to do and see. Its heritage of motorbikes, scooters and the Mods & Rockers that rode them there from the 1960s on is of world renown.
Buckets and spades are optional!
The Royal British Legion Riders Branch (RBL RB) is the chosen charity for the event.
Special thanks to Thanet District Council and the town for helping us deliver this unique day on the seafront!
NOTICE:
As guests of Margate, and this free to enter event we thank you in advance for your understanding and co-operation in ensuring that the event is accessible and safe for all who attend
We ask that you do not park any vehicle on the pavements or block the footways and emergency routes, and adhere to the directions and requests of Meltdown Staff & Marshals.
Please note that the seafront road will be open to the public (and bikes) from 9.30am
The event closes at 6pm
 
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2023-09-01 18:00:47 2023-09-01 18:00:47 Europe/London Ace Cafe Reunion Weekend (Continental Ride- In) 6pm Start: 18.00 Finish: Late   Continental Run Ride-In & Party Band: TBC DJ: https://london.acecafe.com/event/ace-cafe-reunion-weekend-continental-run-6pm-tbc/ Ace Cafe London Ace Cafe London m.guenter@magnetive.de
Start: 18.00
Finish: Late
 
Continental Run Ride-In & Party
Band: TBC
DJ:
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2023-09-02 09:00:58 2023-09-02 09:00:58 Europe/London Ace Cafe Reunion Weekend Party (& London Ride-Out) 29th Ace Cafe Reunion & 22nd Anniversary of Re-Opening! THREE DAYS, THREE RIDES, ONE REUNION Independently acclaimed as the World´s Coolest Motorcycle Event, the Ace Cafe Reunion 2023 is held at Ace Cafe London premises and on Madeira Drive, Brighton from 1st to 3rd September Celebrating the history and heritage of the Ace 25 years after it had closed in 1969, the first Ace Cafe Reunion was held at the legendary North London premises in 1994, and this year it is not only the 85th Anniversary of the cafe having originally opened in 1938, and the 29th annual Ace Cafe Reunion, it is also the 26th anniversary of “Ace Corner” opening on Sundays in 1997 for a “View & Brew”, and the 22nd anniversary of the cafe having fully re-opened in 2001! Kicking off at the Ace with the popular Bike Night on evening of Friday 1st, Saturday 2nd at the Ace includes rock n’ roll music, ride outs, special guests & more Saturday 2.9.23 In addition to Ace Cafe London celebrating its annual 29th annual Ace Cafe Reunion at the legendary cafe on London’s North Circular Road on the 1st & 2nd September and with the ride-out to Madeira Drive in Brighton on 3rd September, this year the cafe is also marking the 22st anniversary of having fully re-opened from August 2001 with a “Cafe Racer Ride Out” departing the Ace at 10.30am on Saturday 2nd September to attend a special one hour Celebratory Service and Blessing of the Bikes that, starting at noon , led by 59 Club Chair and motorcyclist Father Matthew Cashmore, at All Saints Church in Hanworth - originally built and opened with the Late Reverend William Shergold RIP installed as its first vicar in 1957, prior to his then moving on to the Church of St Mary, Eton Mission at Hackney Wick, London and the 59 Club As a keen motorcyclist Father Bill, or Farv, as he was affectionately known, visited the Ace Cafe in 1962 to invite motorcyclists to attend a service and blessing of bikes at The Eton Mission, Hackney Wick This was a great success and was widely reported on at the time. From this the 59 Motorcycle Club, a registered church charity and motorcycle club was born, and its revered reputation established – This year, 2023, celebrates the 61st anniversary of the first Blessing of the Bikes, and of the 59 Club (a registered church charity) becoming a motorcycle club in 1962 All are invited to attend this very special service and blessing of bikes, which will be held at 12noon on Saturday 2nd September Departing the Ace 10.30am Saturday 2nd September, the route being: A406 , A40, A312 “Hayes By-Pass” to All Saints Church Uxbridge Road TW13 5EE Overflow parking and facilities, to include WC’s, is at the Hanworth Air Park Leisure Centre opposite the Church After the Service and Blessing the “Cafe Racer Ride Out” returns to the Ace for 2.30pm for the “Best Ridden Cafe Racer” competition judging, awards and rock n’ roll! See you at the Ace! Rev up and Ride, with the Rockers!   Sunday 3.9.23 - Brighton The Brighton Burn Up & Ride with the Rockers leaves morning of Sunday 3rd from Ace Cafe London to celebrate the legendary Ace Day on Brighton´s famous Madeira Drive with live music, stands, displays, as well as a welcome by the Mayor of Brighton and a short service/blessing being undertaken by Father Matthew Cashmore of the 59 Club on the Ace stage   On Sunday 3rd September, and as in previous years, motorcyclists will gather at the Ace premises celebrating the history and heritage of what is now regarded by many as an icon, Ace Cafe London. At 10.30am the assembled motorcycle ride-out departs the Ace for Brighton, "waved off" as in the years to date by the Mayor of Brent   Route: A406 - A40 - M25 - M23 - A23 to Madeira Drive, Brighton Seafront   See you at the Ace, and in Brighton Rev up and Ride with the Rockers Strictly no deckchairs!   Keeping watching for updates .     https://london.acecafe.com/event/ace-cafe-reunion-weekend-party-london-ride-out/ Ace Cafe London Ace Cafe London m.guenter@magnetive.de
29th Ace Cafe Reunion & 22nd Anniversary of Re-Opening!
THREE DAYS, THREE RIDES, ONE REUNION
Independently acclaimed as the World´s Coolest Motorcycle Event, the Ace Cafe Reunion 2023 is held at Ace Cafe London premises and on Madeira Drive, Brighton from 1st to 3rd September
Celebrating the history and heritage of the Ace 25 years after it had closed in 1969, the first Ace Cafe Reunion was held at the legendary North London premises in 1994, and this year it is not only the 85th Anniversary of the cafe having originally opened in 1938, and the 29th annual Ace Cafe Reunion, it is also the 26th anniversary of “Ace Corner” opening on Sundays in 1997 for a “View & Brew”, and the 22nd anniversary of the cafe having fully re-opened in 2001!
Kicking off at the Ace with the popular Bike Night on evening of Friday 1st, Saturday 2nd at the Ace includes rock n’ roll music, ride outs, special guests & more
Saturday 2.9.23
In addition to Ace Cafe London celebrating its annual 29th annual Ace Cafe Reunion at the legendary cafe on London’s North Circular Road on the 1st & 2nd September and with the ride-out to Madeira Drive in Brighton on 3rd September, this year the cafe is also marking the 22st anniversary of having fully re-opened from August 2001 with a “Cafe Racer Ride Out” departing the Ace at 10.30am on Saturday 2nd September to attend a special one hour Celebratory Service and Blessing of the Bikes that, starting at noon , led by 59 Club Chair and motorcyclist Father Matthew Cashmore, at All Saints Church in Hanworth – originally built and opened with the Late Reverend William Shergold RIP installed as its first vicar in 1957, prior to his then moving on to the Church of St Mary, Eton Mission at Hackney Wick, London and the 59 Club
As a keen motorcyclist Father Bill, or Farv, as he was affectionately known, visited the Ace Cafe in 1962 to invite motorcyclists to attend a service and blessing of bikes at The Eton Mission, Hackney Wick This was a great success and was widely reported on at the time. From this the 59 Motorcycle Club, a registered church charity and motorcycle club was born, and its revered reputation established – This year, 2023, celebrates the 61st anniversary of the first Blessing of the Bikes, and of the 59 Club (a registered church charity) becoming a motorcycle club in 1962
All are invited to attend this very special service and blessing of bikes, which will be held at 12noon on Saturday 2nd September
Departing the Ace 10.30am Saturday 2nd September, the route being:
A406 , A40, A312 “Hayes By-Pass” to
All Saints Church
Uxbridge Road
TW13 5EE
Overflow parking and facilities, to include WC’s, is at the Hanworth Air Park Leisure Centre opposite the Church
After the Service and Blessing the “Cafe Racer Ride Out” returns to the Ace for 2.30pm for the “Best Ridden Cafe Racer” competition judging, awards and rock n’ roll!
See you at the Ace!
Rev up and Ride, with the Rockers!
 
Sunday 3.9.23 – Brighton
The Brighton Burn Up & Ride with the Rockers leaves morning of Sunday 3rd from Ace Cafe London to celebrate the legendary Ace Day on Brighton´s famous Madeira Drive with live music, stands, displays, as well as a welcome by the Mayor of Brighton and a short service/blessing being undertaken by Father Matthew Cashmore of the 59 Club on the Ace stage
 
On Sunday 3rd September, and as in previous years, motorcyclists will gather at the Ace premises celebrating the history and heritage of what is now regarded by many as an icon, Ace Cafe London. At 10.30am the assembled motorcycle ride-out departs the Ace for Brighton, “waved off” as in the years to date by the Mayor of Brent
 
Route: A406 – A40 – M25 – M23 – A23 to Madeira Drive, Brighton Seafront
 
See you at the Ace, and in Brighton
Rev up and Ride with the Rockers
Strictly no deckchairs!
 
Keeping watching for updates .
 
 
2023-09-03 18:00:35 2023-09-03 18:00:35 Europe/London Ace Cafe Reunion - Brighton Burn Up! 29th Ace Cafe Reunion & 22nd Anniversary of Re-Opening! THREE DAYS, THREE RIDES, ONE REUNION   Independently acclaimed as the World´s Coolest Motorcycle Event, the Ace Cafe Reunion 2023 is held at Ace Cafe London premises and on Madeira Drive, Brighton from 1st to 3rd September.   Celebrating the history and heritage of the Ace 25 years after it had closed in 1969, the first Ace Cafe Reunion was held at the legendary North London premises in 1994, and this year it is not only the 85th Anniversary of the cafe having originally opened in 1938, and the 29th annual Ace Cafe Reunion, it is also the 26th anniversary of “Ace Corner” opening on Sundays in 1997 for a “View & Brew”, and the 22nd anniversary of the cafe having fully re-opened in 2001!   Kicking off at the Ace with the popular Bike Night on evening of Friday 1st, Saturday 2nd at the Ace includes rock n’ roll music, ride outs, special guests & more Saturday 2.9.23 In addition to Ace Cafe London celebrating its annual 29th annual Ace Cafe Reunion at the legendary cafe on London’s North Circular Road on the 1st & 2nd September and with the ride-out to Madeira Drive in Brighton on 3rd September, this year the cafe is also marking the 22st anniversary of having fully re-opened from August 2001 with a “Cafe Racer Ride Out” departing the Ace at 10.30am on Saturday 2nd September to attend a special one hour Celebratory Service and Blessing of the Bikes that, starting at noon , led by 59 Club Chair and motorcyclist Father Matthew Cashmore, at All Saints Church in Hanworth - originally built and opened with the Late Reverend William Shergold installed as its first vicar in 1957, prior to his then moving on to the Church of St Mary, Eton Mission at Hackney Wick, London and the 59 Club. As a keen motorcyclist Father Bill, or Farv, as he was affectionately known, visited the Ace Cafe in 1962 to invite motorcyclists to attend a service and blessing of bikes at The Eton Mission, Hackney Wick This was a great success and was widely reported on at the time. From this the 59 Motorcycle Club, a registered church charity and motorcycle club was born, and its revered reputation established – This year, 2023, celebrates the 61st anniversary of the first Blessing of the Bikes, and of the 59 Club (a registered church charity) becoming a motorcycle club in 1962. All are invited to attend this very special service and blessing of bikes, which will be held at 12noon on Saturday 2nd September. Departing the Ace 10.30am Saturday 2nd September, the route being: A406 , A40, A312 “Hayes By-Pass” to All Saints Church Uxbridge Road TW13 5EE Overflow parking and facilities, to include WC’s, is at the Hanworth Air Park Leisure Centre opposite the Church After the Service and Blessing the “Cafe Racer Ride Out” returns to the Ace for 2.30pm for the “Best Ridden Cafe Racer” competition judging, awards and rock n’ roll! See you at the Ace! Rev up and Ride, with the Rockers! Sunday 3.9.23 - Brighton The Brighton Burn Up & Ride with the Rockers leaves morning of Sunday 3rd from Ace Cafe London to celebrate the legendary Ace Day on Brighton´s famous Madeira Drive with live music, stands, displays, as well as a welcome by the Mayor of Brighton and a short service/blessing being undertaken by Father Matthew Cashmore of the 59 Club on the Ace stage On Sunday 3rd September, and as in previous years, motorcyclists will gather at the Ace premises celebrating the history and heritage of what is now regarded by many as an icon, Ace Cafe London. At 10.30am the assembled motorcycle ride-out departs the Ace for Brighton, "waved off" as in the years to date by the Mayor of Brent Route: A406 - A40 - M25 - M23 - A23 to Madeira Drive, Brighton Seafront See you at the Ace, and in Brighton Rev up and Ride with the Rockers Strictly no deckchairs! Keeping watching for updates https://london.acecafe.com/event/ace-cafe-reunion-brighton-burn-up/ Ace Cafe London Ace Cafe London m.guenter@magnetive.de

29th Ace Cafe Reunion & 22nd Anniversary of Re-Opening!
THREE DAYS, THREE RIDES, ONE REUNION
 

Independently acclaimed as the World´s Coolest Motorcycle Event, the Ace Cafe Reunion 2023 is held at Ace Cafe London premises and on Madeira Drive, Brighton from 1st to 3rd September.
 

Celebrating the history and heritage of the Ace 25 years after it had closed in 1969, the first Ace Cafe Reunion was held at the legendary North London premises in 1994, and this year it is not only the 85th Anniversary of the cafe having originally opened in 1938, and the 29th annual Ace Cafe Reunion, it is also the 26th anniversary of “Ace Corner” opening on Sundays in 1997 for a “View & Brew”, and the 22nd anniversary of the cafe having fully re-opened in 2001!
 

Kicking off at the Ace with the popular Bike Night on evening of Friday 1st, Saturday 2nd at the Ace includes rock n’ roll music, ride outs, special guests & more

Saturday 2.9.23
In addition to Ace Cafe London celebrating its annual 29th annual Ace Cafe Reunion at the legendary cafe on London’s North Circular Road on the 1st & 2nd September and with the ride-out to Madeira Drive in Brighton on 3rd September, this year the cafe is also marking the 22st anniversary of having fully re-opened from August 2001 with a “Cafe Racer Ride Out” departing the Ace at 10.30am on Saturday 2nd September to attend a special one hour Celebratory Service and Blessing of the Bikes that, starting at noon , led by 59 Club Chair and motorcyclist Father Matthew Cashmore, at All Saints Church in Hanworth – originally built and opened with the Late Reverend William Shergold installed as its first vicar in 1957, prior to his then moving on to the Church of St Mary, Eton Mission at Hackney Wick, London and the 59 Club.
As a keen motorcyclist Father Bill, or Farv, as he was affectionately known, visited the Ace Cafe in 1962 to invite motorcyclists to attend a service and blessing of bikes at The Eton Mission, Hackney Wick This was a great success and was widely reported on at the time. From this the 59 Motorcycle Club, a registered church charity and motorcycle club was born, and its revered reputation established – This year, 2023, celebrates the 61st anniversary of the first Blessing of the Bikes, and of the 59 Club (a registered church charity) becoming a motorcycle club in 1962.
All are invited to attend this very special service and blessing of bikes, which will be held at 12noon on Saturday 2nd September.
Departing the Ace 10.30am Saturday 2nd September, the route being:
A406 , A40, A312 “Hayes By-Pass” to
All Saints Church
Uxbridge Road
TW13 5EE
Overflow parking and facilities, to include WC’s, is at the Hanworth Air Park Leisure Centre opposite the Church

After the Service and Blessing the “Cafe Racer Ride Out” returns to the Ace for 2.30pm for the “Best Ridden Cafe Racer” competition judging, awards and rock n’ roll!
See you at the Ace!
Rev up and Ride, with the Rockers!

Sunday 3.9.23 – Brighton

The Brighton Burn Up & Ride with the Rockers leaves morning of Sunday 3rd from Ace Cafe London to celebrate the legendary Ace Day on Brighton´s famous Madeira Drive with live music, stands, displays, as well as a welcome by the Mayor of Brighton and a short service/blessing being undertaken by Father Matthew Cashmore of the 59 Club on the Ace stage

On Sunday 3rd September, and as in previous years, motorcyclists will gather at the Ace premises celebrating the history and heritage of what is now regarded by many as an icon, Ace Cafe London. At 10.30am the assembled motorcycle ride-out departs the Ace for Brighton, “waved off” as in the years to date by the Mayor of Brent

Route: A406 – A40 – M25 – M23 – A23 to Madeira Drive, Brighton Seafront

See you at the Ace, and in Brighton

Rev up and Ride with the Rockers

Strictly no deckchairs!

Keeping watching for updates

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2023-12-31 18:00:18 2023-12-31 18:00:18 Europe/London New Years Eve Party 7pm Till Late https://london.acecafe.com/article/new-years-eve-at-the-ace-2/?back=28 https://london.acecafe.com/event/new-years-eve-party/ Ace Cafe London Ace Cafe London m.guenter@magnetive.de Read more
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