Ace Cafe London Streetfighter & Stunt Fest 2012
Tickets are now available to purchase at the cafe and via the on-line web shop
Ace Cafe London, in association with StuntUK and the international StuntBike Freestyle (SBF) competition, have teamed up again to present the 3rd annual Ace Cafe London Streetfighter & Stunt Festival, to be held throughout the day from 10am on Sunday 29th July at the UK’s premiere shopping centre, Brent Cross – one mile east from the cafe along the North Circular Road near the M1 Motorway.
In addition to trade and industry stands and displays, this increasingly popular annual event combines the cafe’s legendary Streetfighter Sunday, as well as showcasing the live action final of the SBF competition, with “pro” judges to include from the USA Guru Khalsa and Joe Dryden and Britain’s Mark Nichols, and stunt riders from across Europe and beyond taking part and competing in front of the Carole Nash Grandstand and the Ace stage, in the “Maxxis Arena”, for the coveted awards, Maxxis Tyres, Draggin Jeans and a cash prize fund totalling £5K.
Individual Free Style 1st – £2K 2nd – 1K 3rd – £750
Longest Stoppie – £750
Sickest Trick – £500
Highlights of this prestigious event include “Best Streetfighter” static display and competition organised by Streetfighters Magazine, plus “Show Up n’ Shine” competition with awards and prizes to include a full “Styling Kit” to the value of approx. £1K, courtesy of Rizoma, Italy’s renowned manufacturer of exclusive and exotic motorcycle jewellery and which this year is to be judged as “The Ladies Choice Award” by very special guests ladies, to include the dynamic rapper and MC, Miss Lady BrewC, Naomi, BIKERfm’s DJ “Awesome Noz”, Rachael Clegg of IoM TT Calendar fame, along with the ever popular “Maxxis Babes” and the fiery Fuel Girls.
For the “Best Triumph Streetfighter” at the event up for grabs is a pair of tickets to attend the Triumph Live event celebrating Triumph’s 110 year history and being held at Mallory Park later in the year.
Other features include dyno shoot-out, tyre-frying burnouts and a wheelie machine for those who want to experience “Up in the air thrills, together with interactive stands and displays, live entertainment on the Ace stage includes with The Fuel Girls, and mixed with the music, the roar of engines and tyre-shredding drifters, along with the spectacular motorcycling aerobatics and hot tricks of the East Coast FMX Team, featuring Chris “Sir Swampy” Birch, widely acknowledged as Britain’s No.1 FMX rider, a regular at the Red Bull X Fighters and BoldDog FMX British Championship winner, adrenaline will be pumping – let the games begin!
The London Rockin Rollers, who this year celebrate their 5th anniversary, having been rolling with the punches since 2007 with their eight wheeled thrills and spills, will be assisting in raising funds for London’s Air Ambulance, which is once again the events chosen charity.
To enter your bike in the Streetfighters Magazine static display and competition, please contact Will Jobbins at the magazine: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tickets are available at the cafe and via the Ace on-line web shop as well as “On the gate on the day”
Buy your ticket at the cafe and you will receive a free tea or coffee.
Tickets: £10 per person £15 Family Ticket (available on the day)
Club & Group pre-booking concessions available – please contact Jan at the cafe on email@example.com
Timetable of Events:
Open to the public at 10am – 6pm
9am – 11am – StuntBike Freestyle Competitors Practice
11 am – 11.20am – Eastcoast FMX Display
11.30am – 1pm – StuntBike Freestyle Competition
1pm – 1.15pm – The Fuel Girls (on stage)
1.15pm – 1.30pm – Trials Bike Demonstration
1.30pm – 3pm – StuntBike Freestyle Longest Stoppie
3pm – 3.30pm – Streetfighters Magazine “Best Streetfighters” Awards & “Ladies Choice” Award for best Streetfighter in the Show Up n’ Shine competition (with Maxxis Girls, The Fuel Girls, Lady Brew C, Rachael Clegg & BIKERfm DJ Awesome Noz)
3.30pm – 3.50pm – Eastcoast FMX Display & The Fuel Girls
3.50pm – 4.50pm – StuntBike Freestyle Sickest Trick
4.50pm – 5pm – Trials Bike Demonstration
5pm – Ace Cafe London StuntBike Freestyle Presentation & Awards with Maxxis Girls
Events for 2013:
Great Scottish Bike Show, May 11-12, 2013
Newark Bike Bonanza, June 22-23, 2013
Eurojumble, September 6-7, 2013
Big Kent Bike Show, September 28-29, 2013
Classic Motorcycle Mechanics Show, October 19-20, 2013
The International Dirt Bike Show, October 31-November 3, 2013
Classic Bike Guide Winter Classic, January 4-5, 2014
The 34th Bristol Classic MotorCycle Show, February 15-16, 2014
Goodwood Festival of Speed Friday 11th July to Sunday 14th July 2013
The Festival pays homage to the most significant and salient cars in the history of international motor sport, with entry by personal invitation from Lord March. All cars and motorcycles are painstakingly selected to reflect the event’s major theme of the year, and to ensure their authenticity and provenance, all competing vehicles are presented in their original condition and livery.
The Festival of Speed is a fantastic place to do business, to entertain and reward your clients and customers or just enjoy yourself. There is simply nothing like it anywhere else in the world.
BMF Peterborough – 18th - 19th May 2013 » Camping available from 17th May 2013
Bikefest Kelso – 6th - 7th Jul 2013 » Camping available from 5th Jul 2013
Tailend Peterborough – 14th - 15th Sep 2013 » Camping available from 13th Sep 2013
The 6th Annual, Margate Meltdown – Whitsun Bank Holiday Monday 27th May
Visitor attendance approx. 30K+
The 20th Annual, world renowned, Ace Cafe Reunion ‘’Brighton Burn Up’’
Sunday 15th September.
Visitor attendance approx. 100K+
Manx Grand Prix 17th- 30th August 2013
The 90th Anniversary of the Manx will be 17th to 30th August 2013, and best of all
it is now a full International meeting for the first time in its long history.
Run in conjunction with the Isle of Man Festival of Motorcycling including the
Classic TT, the Manx Grand Prix is going to be something not to be missed.
The Manx Government had announced that 'it was no longer viable'as an event,
but the Isle of Man is the motorcycle road race capital of the world and the
tourism sector, including thousands of small businesses, couldn't survive if
it ceased to be so.
There are many attacks being levelled at motorcycling in it's entirety, so it's
always good news when part of motorcycling's heritage, and future, is saved.
Please don't forget you can sign up to marshal if you go to the event next
August, as the organisers need marshals, and you will get the best seats in the
house for some amazing racing on the modern bikes. http://www.manxgrandprix.org
A super venue with a heritage associated with the motorcycling tradition! Margate 2012 enjoyed
great weather and another year on year increase in the number of riders and spectators. With an
attendance of 30,000, it is firmly established as a ‘not to be missed’ Ace Cafe London Bank Holiday
event. Margate Meltdown enjoys not only the enthusiastic support of motorcyclists, but also
that of the town & Thanet councils.
BRIGHTON BURN UP ACE CAFE REUNION
This internationally renowned event is part of the annual Ace Cafe Reunion weekend and
attracts in excess of 100,000 visitors from all around the world to Brighton's famous and
iconic seafront. This unique event also attracts commensurate press and media interest and
is widely considered to be one of the largest and best of its type in the world.
The 20th annual Burn Up in 2013 will again be one of the most important dates in the diaries
of motorcycle enthusiasts, clubs and industry alike. It is one event that simply must not be missed.
Ace Cafe London ‘Free To Attend’ Special Events:
Brighton Burn Up
Location: Brighton and the Ace Café London
Why you should go: The Brighton Burn-Up is the finale of the Ace Café’s
Reunion weekend.This year sees the 20
Reunion and bikers from all over
Europe descend on the Ace to be part of the celebration. After the
events at the cafe on the Friday and Saturdayvirtually everyone in the
south who owns a two-wheeled device heads to Brighton for the Sunday Burn-Up. Taking place on the famous seafront road Maderia Drive, the whole street is
packed full of bikes, trade stands and loads of other amusements while the
Ace Café stand fills the air with Rock ‘n’ Roll music. The seafront is packed with bikers of every type and riders in one-piece
race leathers stand next to 1960s Rockers and there is even a Mod scene with
Lambretta and Vespa scooters parked next to Triumphs. You have to go to the Burn-Up, if not to stand and stare at the huge
variety of bikes then it is worth the trip to see some of the characters
that always attend the event
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