Race Retro 2011 - Ace Cafe London & Coventry Transport Museum
The iconic Ace Cafe London returns to Race Retro 2011 with a bang when the three day historic motorsport event returns to Stoneleigh Park from 25-27 February as the sponsor of the new "Fire Up Paddock". Classic cafe and road racing bikes will be brought back to life giving visitors the opportunity to hear the motorcycles, as well as see them in all their glory, to include some unique Italian legends raced by esteemed guests such as Giacomo Agostini.
Joining the Ace stand in Hall 3 at Race Retro along with Mick Duckworth, author of the soon to be available seminal book "Ace Times", is Coventry Transport Museum. The two world famous transport attractions, are working together to produce an historic exhibition entitlted "Coming of Age at the Ace Cafe", telling the story of the Ace and the era, opening at the Coventry Transport Museum on Friday 3rd June and running to Sunday 3rd October 2011. More info email@example.com
Included in the line up of machines on the Ace stand is the Ace 904S Thruxton Special, built by T3 Racing in conjunction with Ace Cafe London’s Stonebridge Motor Company. This stunning bike brings together the timeless lines of the classic British motorcycle with state-of-the-art hi-tech and modern high performance.
Ace Cafe London will also be choosing the Best Cafe Racer in the concours competition at Race Retro as well as awarding prizes for Best Mod Scooter and Best ‘Rockers’ Bike, with all the finalists on display on Ace Cafe London’s Mods and Rockers themed stand.
To enter a bike in the Cafe Racer concours, contact David Alderson on tel: 07770 626 173 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
for more details and an entry form. To enter a Scooter or Rockers Bike in the Ace concours, contact Darren Williams at Ace Cafe London on Tel: 020 8961 1000 or email: Darren@acecafeevents.com