A historic motorcycle ride will return to the seafront next month.

Ace Café in North London has become a hotspot for bikers since opening in 1938. It has attracted thousands to events following its reopening in 2001.

Now, on the 85th anniversary of its beginning, bikers from across the country will ride from the café to Madeira Drive, Brighton, to celebrate the site and the community built around it.

A spokesman for Ace London said: “The Brighton Burn Up - Ride With  The Rockers leaves on the morning of Sunday, September 3, from Ace Cafe London to celebrate the legendary Ace Day on Brighton´s famous Madeira Drive.


“As in previous years, motorcyclists will gather at the Ace premises celebrating the history and heritage of what is now regarded by many as an icon, Ace Cafe London. At 10.30am the assembled motorcycle ride-out departs for Brighton, waved off as in the years to date by the Mayor of Brent.”

Motorcyclists will travel along the A23 to Brighton for the afternoon.

The event will include bands and displays as well as hundreds of bikes.