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Born to Ride with 'Willie G' Davidson

I’d worked as a consultant to Harley-Davidson for a number of years and during that time had never felt the need to ride a one of their bikes or even hold a ‘heavy motorcycle’ licence – always arguing that as a non-rider I brought “objectivity” being able to put myself in the mind-set of a yet to be converted owner. 2,462 more words

Bikes

Published Work - Ace Cafe Year Book

From an automotive photography point of view, this year has been pretty quiet for me. The amount of posts I have put up on Fueltopia… 131 more words

Shooting Dave

An unfinished business: A blast to Nurburgring

Four years ago I embarked my first solo mini adventure of riding from Liverpool to Italy. During that trip I meant to ride to Baden-Baden and Nurgburgring too but I never made it ( 940 more words

Travel

Triumph Day at the Ace Cafe

One of our customers, David Gill, took these photos at the annual Triumph Day event at the Ace Cafe last weekend. He met a group of riders that had travelled down from Sheffield, Barnsley and Retford specifically for the Ace Cafe event, staying overnight in a local Travelodge in nearby Wembley. 233 more words

News

Jack Lilley News Round-Up

Here’s a quick round-up of our latest news and special offers:

TRIUMPH DAY AT THE ACE CAFE – This Sunday (12th) is Triumph Day at London’s Ace Cafe.   291 more words

News

'Southend Shakedown' - Southend-on-Sea, Essex - 28 March 2016

The ‘Shakedown’ is a mass meeting of motorcyclists along the promenade of the Essex seaside town on the Easter Monday bank holiday, traditionally the first outing of the year after the winter – hence ‘Shakedown’. 151 more words

Event

The Birthplace of the Rocker: Ace Cafe Honored in British Customs' Legends Series

LOS ANGELES, CA – April 14, 2016 – (Motor Sports Newswire) –  Motorcycling has changed. Over the decades, the motorcycle community has shifted as its culture has grown disconnected from its roots. 563 more words

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