It is time to get your bike in order here comes the Stunt fest.


Ace Cafe London Stunt Festival & Streetfighter Show, Wembley 2015

Ace Cafe London returns to the world famous and iconic Wembley Stadium Complex for the 5th annual Stunt Festival & Streetfighter Show, featuring the world renowned Stunt Bike Open Freestyle Championship Finals, to be held throughout the day from 10am Sunday 28th July.

In addition to trade and industry stands and displays, the Carole Nash Grandstand, this increasingly popular annual event combines the cafe’s legendary Streetfighter Sunday, as well as showcasing the dramatic live action finals of the stunt competition, with stunt riders from across Europe and beyond taking part and competing in the “Metzeler Arena” for the coveted awards, Metzeler tyres and cash prize fund totalling £5K.

Individual Free Style:

1st – £2K
2nd – 1K
3rd – £750

Longest Stoppie – £750

Sickest Trick – £500

Special guest judges include, from USA, DJ Schaeffer (Team Streetfighterz, St. Louis Missouri), Wade Landry (Section 518, New York) and Mark Nichols (15 year veteran from UK) – more TBC.

Highlights of this prestigious event this year also includes with an all new feature, a “head to head” drift racing “Driftkhana”, as well as the “Best Streetfighter” static display and competition, with awards, trophies and prizes!

Roll out those streetfighters! Best Streetfighters competition, organised, run and hosted by the newly re-launched Streetfighters Magazine, is on a “Show Up n’ Shine” basis with all bikes entered to be on site at Wembley by 9am.

Best in Show in Show

Plus the following 6 categories

Best Engineering
Best Brightwork
Best Paint
Best Blown
Best Creative
Best Retro
Best Ratfighter

Another new feature for this year is MotoBall, football played on motorbikes!

The Forces motorsport charity run by veterans, serving officers and motorsport professionals, providing respite, rehabilitation, recreational activities and training to those affected by military operations within the framework of motorsport, will be present, (planned to include with a motorcycle display by Ash Hall, a double above the knee amputee who has also lost most of his left hand!)  A selection of specially adapted bikes will also be on show at the Mission Motorsport gazebo – please give generously.

Along with the MC & DJ on the Ace stage, live entertainment includes with The Michelle Bourne Dance Academy. Mixed with the music, the roar of engines and tyre-shredding drifters, along with the spectacular motorcycling acrobatics and hot tricks of the stunt riders, adrenaline is sure to be pumping – let the action begin!

The London Rockin Rollers, having been rolling with the punches since 2007 with their eight wheeled thrills and spills, will be assisting in raising funds for “Riders for Health”, the events chosen charity and who will be operating a helmet park on the day.

TICKETS are available now from the cafe with a free tea/coffee or on-line at:

Tickets (Gate)
£10 per person
£20 Family Ticket (available on the day only. 1/2 adults and up to 3 children under 12 years of age)

Club & Group pre-booking concessions available – please contact Lora David at the cafe on


NB: 7pm – 11pm Saturday 25th July is pre-Stunt Fest & Streetfighter Show Party Night at the Ace! Meet the judges and the competitors.

For more information about Ace Cafe London and what’s on, check out:


Payed research for car owners!

This is curtsy of Ace Cafe.

Get paid £65 – £100 

(including pre task and depending on what car you own)

Internet based market research company “People4U” have contacted Ace Cafe looking for owners of the below list of cars, which must have been bought new from 2008.

Two-hour interviews will be set up from Thursday 28th November to Sunday 8th December in London W1.

The following information is also required to be emailed to:

1) Your Name
2) Contact Number
3) Postcode
4) Make of Car
5) Model
6) Please confirm that you are the owner
7) Did you purchase it from BRAND new?
8) Your age
9) Ethnicity
10) Occupation
11) Industry

Alfa Romeo 156
Alfa Romeo 159
Alfa Romeo Brera
Alfa Romeo Spider
BMW 3 Series / 3 Series GT
BMW 5 Series / 5 Series GT
BMW 6 Series
BMW 7 Series
Citroen DS5
Citroen C5
Citroen C-Crosser
Citroen C6
Citroen C8
Fiat Cromma II
Fiat Freemont
Fiat Ulysse
Ford Galaxy
Ford Maverick
Ford S-Max
Ford Mondeo
Honda Accord
Hyundai Genesis Coupe
Hyundai i40cw
Hyundai Santa Fe
Hyundai ix55
Kia Sorento
Lancia Thema
Lancer Voyager
Mazda 6
Mazda CX-7
Nissan 350 Z / 370Z
Nissan Murano
Nissan Pathfinder
Peugeot 4007
Peugeot 5008
Peugeot 508
Peugeot 807
Renault Espace
Renault Laguna
Renault Latitude
Saab 9-3
Saab 9-5
Seat Alhambra
Seat Exeo
Skoda Superb
Subaru Imprezza
Subaru Legacy
Suzuki Kizashi
Toyota Avensis
Toyota Land Cruiser
Vauxhall Antara
Vauxhall Insignia
Vauxhall Signum
Vauxhall Speedster
Vauxhall Vectra
Volvo C70 / Volvo S 70
Volvo S40 / Volvo V40
Volvo S60 / Volvo V60
Volvo V50
Volvo XC60
Volvo S80
Volvo S90
Volvo V70
Volvo XC70
Volvo XC90
VW Passat
VW Sharan



Just for kicks

The motorbike anthem blast your ears as blast down the road.

Ton Up Day – Just for Kicks!
Sunday 3rd November
9am – 5pm

“If there’s one thing that I like, it’s a burn up on my bike”, released on 7″ vinyl, at 45rpm, by Parlophone, R4974 and charting in 1963, written by Charles Blackwell, produced by Robert Stigwood and famously sung by Mike Sarne, “Just For Kicks” is the Ton Up anthem!

Celebrating this seminal song daytime at the cafe on Sunday 3rd November, occasion of the cafe’s annual Ton Up Day, with raffle prizes up for grabs to include the cafe’s 70th anniversary CD album “Bikes n’ Leather Rocking at the Ace!” which features the song at track 10.

Other prizes include 2 pairs of tickets to attend the cafe’s annual Johnny Kidd Tribute Night with the band The Fireballs on Saturday 9th November together with the books “Classic British Motorcycle”, “How To Build A Cafe Racer”, “Building Budget Brits” and an Ace 75th anniversary goody pack.

Spend £5 or more over the counter at the cafe on Sunday 3rd November from 10am and receive a raffle ticket.
Draw to be held at 3pm.

Celebrating it’s 75th year with a Bookazine.

Ace Cafe Bookazine – a 75th anniversary special!

Think of black leather jackets, quiffs, sideburns and rockers and the Ace Cafe is at the heart of defining UK motorcycle culture.

This glorious 132 page bookazine celebrates 75 years of Britain’s most historic motorcycle meeting place – the Ace Cafe in London.

From high-speed thrills to the birth of an entire culture, the Ace Cafe bookazine takes us from the ton-up boys getting their speed kicks on the road, the Mods versus Rockers, right to the present day with the motorbikes and people that are keeping the Ace Cafe legend alive today. It’s a must read for all!

Would make a great Gift!

Available at the cafe or from the on-line web shop

Price £6.99

Click on shop link and go to “Books”


Some money to take part in a focus group.

I am looking for owners of the following bikes to attend a focus group on Tuesday 16th July in London W.1. at 6.30pm.

Payment: £100 for 2 hours

Men & women aged 20 – 60

Ducati Panigale / Panigale S
MV Augusta F4 1000 / 1000R
Aprilia RSV4

All bikes must have been bought from new and later than 2009.

For more information, please call Luci on 07940 520 224


Your chance to be included in a fashion shoot.

This came to my inbox I was going to apply but unable to do so. I decided to share it Incase one of you would like to take up the offer. All the best if you do.Ace Cafe

International fashion and documentary Photographer Iain McKell is casting people with their cars for a fashion shoot with a top female fashion model for the Iconic magazine Ponystep.
We are looking for vehicles & their owners of all different types and styles, 10 vehicles and characters in total from VWs to Big block V8s, Minis to Cadillacs, Hot Rods, E-Type Jaguar, Ford Escorts, VW Beatles, Bentley’s, Range Rovers, Volvo Amazons to Subaru Imprezas and characters from Mods, Goths, Boy racers, Rockers, Surfers, Glamour girls, Families, Ritzy couples, Grungers and everything in between!
The idea is based on a series of images that he took in the 70’s, please look at his web site  Iain is re creating  the original documentary work where he shot people sitting in their cars enjoying the sea view, a very British culture tradition.
You must be available on a week day and planning to shoot in the next couple of weeks. The shooting time will be for 2 hours The date and location of shoot will be given if you are shortlisted for the shoot. You will in return be given a high resolution image.
Please send photographs of your car/vehicle, yourself and any friends that might be interested to: and
Thank you
Nina Cowan The Pure Agency