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Ally Pally Bike Show 2010 29/10/2009
ALLY PALLY BIKE SHOW 2010
Ace Cafe London to run the Ally Pally Motorcycle Show - 26th-28th February 2010
Following the announcement of the 2010 Ally Pally show dates early in the year and noting the regrettable loss of the custom show planned for 2009, Ace Cafe London conducted extensive consultation and research within the industry and which included with AMD for their expert advice.
The outcome of this is that Ace Cafe London is able to announce an agreement with Andrew Greenwood, the organiser of The Ally Pally Motorcycle Show, to the effect that the show now becomes part of the stable of Ace Cafe London's major events, which include the famous Ace Cafe Reunion "Brighton Burn Up", that attracts in the region of 150,000 visitors and the Ace's new Streetfighter & Stunt Festival to be held at Wembley in July 2010.
Not only valuing the significance of the affiliation with AMD and the Official World Championship of Custom Bike Building, with the winning builder going to the AMD Official World Finals held in Sturgis,USA, in August 2010, Ace Cafe London also recognises the importance and suitability of the February date; not conflicting with other events either in the UK or overseas and being at the outset of the 2010 season.
Mark Wilsmore of Ace Cafe London said, "The prestigious heritage of Alexandra Palace, a venue that has hosted so many successful motorcycle shows, combined with that of Ace Cafe London brings together two iconic London landmarks with the best that motorcycling has to offer. This can only further strengthen the event".
The West Hall of Ally Pally will become the centre of attention for custom bike enthusiasts and will feature builders from the UK and overseas. With the keen support of AMD and being part of the Official World Championship of Custom Bike Building, including Zodiac International sponsoring the compeition, visitors can be assured of a spectacular array machines.
Zodiac International B.V. is a parts distributor for the Harley-Davidson aftermarket with a full manufacturing sister company, Zodiac Enterprises Ltd, representing 40 years of experience in supplying and distibuting the highest quality aftermarket performance parts and accessories for Harley-Davidson motorcycles. But Zodiac is much more than just a distribution company, they are part of the rich customising history, with General Manager, Ton Pels, being recognised as one of AMD's "Industry Legends" and being a (first non-British) member of the British Drag Racing Hall of Fame.
The Great Hall of Ally Pally will be the focal point for motorcyclings "bedrock" exhibitors and, as in 2009, will feature the great brands and their products. In addition there will be live stage action and entertainment as well as a return of the ever popular stunt show, which will be held in the North West Hall. Ally Pally's Panorama Room will be hosting the smaller trade stands and a motorcycle auction.
From Sports, Race, Cruiser and Classics to Streetfighters and Custom Superbikes, together with clubs, all are welcome to be a part of putting the Ally Pally Bike Show back on the map.
Exhibitors & Trade: Chris Gothard +44 (0)1732 362 845 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Custom Show Competitors: Neil Blaber +44 (0)1892 511516 or email email@example.com
Press & All Other Enquiries: Mark Wilsmore +44 (0)20 8961 1000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Advance Ticket Hotline: 08452 305177 www.netaticket.co.uk