May 29 2009.

This year Ace Cafe London's 16th annual Reunion weekend, Friday 11th to Sunday 13th September, celebrates some very special land marks, notably to include the 50th anniversary of the legendary and world famous 59 Club.

Starting on Friday 11th, with the cafe's regular 'Bike Night' and, from 6pm, the arrival of The Continental Run, there will be DJ Tracy Dick spinning the wax until late, with hard, fast rockers, The Twang Bangers, from Germany playing live.

On Saturday 12th, join us for "Breakfast At The Ace" from 7am and, leaving at 10.30am, for our second annual Cafe Racer & Rockers Ride Out, to attend the church of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square, Central London for a very special celebration, service of thanksgiving and blessing of the bikes, on occasion of the 50th anniversary of the founding, by the late Father Bill Shergold, of the now iconic church charity the 59 Club. Organised and arranged by the club's Chairman, Father Scott Anderson, together with the club's leaders and volunteer helpers, the service will commence at Noon.

The ride will return to the Ace for 2.30pm for the 2nd annual Cafe Racer Review, with awards and prizes for 'Best Bike' and runners-up, to be presented by special guests to include Mike Cook, Dave Degens, Norman White, Oliver Tobias, Derek Harris, Colin Campbell and members of the 59 Club management team.

Also being celebrated is the 50th anniversary of both the Triumph Bonneville and Metisse, with prizes for the best examples of the respective marques, courtesy Gerry Lisi of Metisse, Triumph and Dave Lilley of the West London Triumph dealership Jack Lilley Ltd, who are also celebrating their 50 years in the business.

Participating with prizes and items, from their respective and varied product ranges, are Alpha Industries who were founded 50 years ago in Tennessee, USA, Aero Leathers, Lewis Leathers, SchottNYC, Ronson and Prison Blues.

With music from Noon on the outside stage, there will be three live rock n' roll bands and two rockin' DJs to entertain, moving to the inside stage from 9pm 'til late where the live music and a burlesque show will continue into the night.

On Sunday 13th, the cafe opens at 7am for the start of the Ride With The Rockers & Brighton Burn Up, which departs at 10.30am. Brighton's seafront road, Madeira Drive, will be open to the public from 9.30am, with exhibitors, club and trade stands, and our annual Stunt Show and Streetfighter Fest featuring the ever popular 'Sparky' at the eastern end of Madeira Drive at Black Rock, with bands and DJ from Noon on the Ace stage.

The London Rockin' Rollers will be joining us once again, collecting and raising funds for the 59 Club, a registered church charity, at the cafe on Saturday 12th, and on Brighton's seafront on Sunday 13th where they will be collecting for the RAFA "Wings Appeal" as part of "Battle of Britain" week.

For the first time at Brighton as as part of the Reunion, the Scooter and rider who best represents 1964 will receive an award courtesy of Dr Marten's (to include a rare opportunity to visit the original factory in Wollaston, Northamptonshire to assemble their very own pair of Dr Marten's) and Alpha Industries, manufacturers of the iconic MA-1 and CWU-15 jackets.