MCN's Ace night out
Hundreds of people braved the rain last night to turn up for the last MCN Ace Café night for 2004.
And it was a really good send-off, with live music playing inside, the MCN babes looking stunning and cheering everyone up and loads of top-notch bikes on show.
There were a whole range of classic bikes, including some original Bonnevilles and a stunning BSA café racer, a pristine Harley Springer custom and a Valmoto Daytona 600 race replica that had come all the way from the Isle of Man.
The Bandit owners club of Great Britain turned out, MAG were there to get peoples opinions on current biking issues and Brett Baxter was collecting money for his charity ride from Lands End to John O’ Groates. Baxter will be riding an original Triumph Bonneville on the Northerly trip before switching to a brand new Triumph Thruxton for the return journey.
And even the rain didn’t dampen spirits enough to stop the usual round of stunting with wheelies and burnouts keeping everyone entertained.
Keep checking motorcyclenews.com for live updates direct from the NEC show on November 4 and 5. Our plans include constant web cam updates from the event and phone text messages to keep you up to the minute when you visit.