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Ace & Kop Hill Climb 12/08/2015

Drive-Out: Saturday 19th September
Depart: 9am

Ride-Out: Sunday 20th September
Depart: 9am

Route: A 406 to A40 High Wycombe, A4010 to Princes Risborough

The Kop Hill Climb, near Princes Risborough, Buckinghamshire, started in 1910, and was one of the most popular speed hill climbs in the country for motorcycles and motorcars until 1925 when, as a result of an accident on the hill, all racing on public roads in Britain was banned.

Ace Cafe London’s involvement with the Kop Hill Climb, one of the “must attend” events on the motorsport calendar, not only includes with a stand and display, but also with a drive-out for cars, and ride-out for bikes, from the cafe to this unique, historic and exciting two-day annual  event.

Vehicles participating in the event include veteran, vintage and classic cars and bikes and this year includes with a very special feature, the 1922 Isle of Man TT winning Sunbeam Grand Prix car!

In addition to the specially invited iconic modern motors, all of whom will be following in the historic slipstream of such legends as Malcolm Campbell in his “Bluebird” and Freddie Dixon on his Douglas, will be the “Wall of Death”, club stands and displays, and for gravity powered action, there is the ever eco-friendly, and nail biting, Soap Box Challenge!

Proceeds of this event going to local charities.

For more information:
www.kophillclimb.org.uk