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Bar Italia Scooter Club

The Bar Italia Scooter Club was started in the Summer of 2002 by Al Richmond.
Steeped in history, stories tell of young 'mods' going to Bar Italia in the late 50's and early 60s to check the new styling in shirts and trousers modelled by the waiters fresh from Italy. Four decades on, Bar Italia is still the best hang out in London for Italian coffee and atmosphere: the perfect place for lovers of Italian scooters and style.

Bullet Cafe

The Bullet Cafe Situated next to Bullet Motorcycles is now open. Serving Lamborghini Coffee from a "Diablo Orange" Gaggia D90 Coffee Machine by a fully trained Barista called Mario. Along with the cafe, Bullet have lots of interesting old motorcycle memorabilia including rare prints, helmets etc... Make it the new place to stop off and chill out and watch the world go by.The Coffee shop will be open from 7am.

Chelsea Bridge

Chelsea Bridge, and the famous tea stall now retired to the London Transport Museum, became a notorious spot in the 1960s as a hang out for the young tearaway motorcyclists called Rockers, drawn to the attractions of the unlimited supply of young women coming out of the Battersea Park Fun Fair. The Fun Fair has long gone but the bridge remains a regular attraction every Friday night for bikers, and other times for custom car fans. Bikers come to show off their bikes, abilities and meet friends, often before riding on to other Friday night attractions such as The Ace Cafe, or Soho's Frith Street Bar Italia meet.

The Ace Café

London, England -- "See you at the Ace", says Mark Wilsmore kicking his Triton into life. The tea in our cups spills over and seconds later the London rush hour has devoured the founder of the Ace Cafe Reunion. He's in a hurry, as usual, since he founded the Ace Cafe Reunion five years ago. Mark's goal is to reopen London's legendary Ace Cafe. The Rockers met there, listened to rock n' roll and burned up the road doing The Ton (100mph) -- the magic speed -- through the city streets of London. They were daring and dangerous.
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