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14 May 2017

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Ace Cafe At Triumph LIVE! 02/08/2010


Triumph LIVE Custom Specials Competitionn


Ace Cafe London is delighted to confirm sponsorship of the Triumph Custom Specials competition to be held at Triumph LIVE, a day-long festival for Triumph customers and motorcycle enthusiasts taking place on September 18th at Mallory Park circuit in Leicestershire


The Ace Cafe’s Mark Wilsmore will lead the judging panel in assessing the merits of the machines entered as well as being on hand throughout the day to answer your questions or just chat.   Ace Cafe London’s latest bike – the Ace 904S Thruxton Special – will also be on display together with the latest Hinckley engined “Hyde Harrier” and three unique and historic motorcycles from the London Motorcycle Museum, the 1965 Triumph P1 triple, a 1973 OHC triple and a 1983 model Triumph Bonneville, the last of the Meriden Bonneville’s.


Entry to the Triumph Custom Specials competition is simple – just send a photo of your customised Hinckley Triumph to along with your name, address and phone number and a brief description of your bike.   The best 30 entries submitted will be invited to display their bike at Triumph Live where a panel of judges will vote for the best Custom Special in the Classic, Cruiser and Sports categories.  The category winners will each receive a £500 Triumph clothing & accessories voucher.  Competition closes 22nd August.


Triumph LIVE is a day-long event open to all motorcyclists, not just Triumph fans, and it promises to be a great day out.  There’s loads to see and do at Mallory Park – on track action includes a round of the Triumph Triple Challenge race series and a special Street Triple R guest invitation race.   Triumph’s World Supersport rider Chaz Davies will be taking part along with a number of Triumph racers from the British Supersport championship.  There will also be some track time available for customers to try out a Daytona 675 for themselves, while Triumph’s awesome stunt riders, Kevin Carmichael and Paul Hanks, will also keep the crowd entertained.  And if they don’t impress, the Xtreme Trials display will!


Off track there’s a host of attractions including the first preview of Triumph’s 2011 range of bikes and apparel, a 20yrs of Hinckley Exhibition, live interviews and competitions hosted by Suzi Perry, Triumph race bike display, road demo rides & slow speed skills plus the chance to challenge your mates to an off road segway race or test your mettle with the Vertical Trix wheelie-machine.


Triumph’s factory in nearby Hinckley will be open to ticket holders too, and the day will be topped off with a live music programme headlined by rock legends The Stranglers and supported by rising stars, Mumford & Sons.  Three more support acts are being chosen by Triumph customers through an innovative online competition.


Tickets are available at just £24 from