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Ace Cafe London Ltd
Ace Corner North Circular Road, Stonebridge, NW10 7UD London, United Kingdom
The 25th annual Ace Cafe Reunion!
Join us in celebrating 80 years of Ace Cafe London.
In 1938, a small roadside cafe was opened by the brand-new North Circular Road to cater to travelers, truckers and drivers passing through London. In 1940, the cafe was destroyed during an air raid and was later rebuilt and opened again in 1949. Soon the heydays began and the Ace Cafe would become a backdrop for some of Britain's most dramatic moments — wild tales of teenage fights, burn-ups and record racing all to the soundtrack of 60's Rock 'n' Roll served with a fry-up and a cup of tea. However, the wild days of the ton-up kids couldn't last forever.
The Ace Cafe served its last cup of tea in 1969. After years of neglect as an office, a garage and a tyre shop the cafe was reborn in 2001 after the first successful Ace Cafe reunion, organised by Mark Wilsmore in 1994. Now we're onto our 25th.
We are proud of our heritage and even prouder to announce the biggest party we've ever put on for you all, with a weekend of live music, motorcycles and dancing that finishes off with the famous Brighton Burn-up on Sunday.
Friday 7th September — Bike Night & The Continental Run Ride-In
Late night party with Live Music and motorcycles!
Saturday 8th September — The all day Ace Party!
10:30am — Ride with the Rockers on the Cafe Racer ride out!
2:30pm — Cafe Racer competition
Live music all day!
Sunday 9th September — 10:30am — Brighton Burn Up
Three Days, Three Rides, One Reunion!