This year it's being held on Sunday 11th June starting at 9am. As always this is being held at the world renowned Ace Cafe venue in London (at Ace Corner, North Circular Road, Stonebridge, London, NW10 7UD). Various branches will be in attendance and West Middlesex will be having a stand there.
The meeting on Sunday runs from 9am until 5pm at the Ace Cafe. They also have a regular Brit Bike Night during the week.
Motorcycles, rock n’ roll and the Ace Cafe… Three simple expressions, but they represent perhaps the most powerful fusion, not only in yesterday's and today’s bike scene worldwide, but also in tomorrow’s. On a bike you can strike out, find new friends, feel the freedom and have a sense of independence.
Inspired by rich heritage and traditions, the Ace Cafe still embodies the same values as it did when it was first home to the Ton Up Boys (and girls) and the Rockers. What could be found on a Triton in the 50’s and 60’s is emulated today on modern sports bikes and streetfighters. If you have visited the cafe, you will have seen lines of formidable machinery.
The Ace has an unparalleled and almost religious significance to an ever-increasing numbers of riders from around the world who share the passion. The bikes and the music may change but the spirit remains the same, so don’t just sit there, rev high and join in the myriad of meets and rides that take place throughout the year.