Back in the 60’s and 70’s, the Ace Cafe in London was THE place for motorcycling enthusiasts to hang out. In fact, legend has it that the Ace constituted the origin of the term “cafe racer” (not necessarily racers at all, but stripped down bikes to “race” from cafe to cafe). This was the heyday of the great British bikes.. Triumph, Norton, BSA, etc. Of course, the big goal of period riders was to “do the ton” (100 mph), and manufacturers were competing to produce bikes that could do just that.
Fast forward 50 years to the home of Lago Vista...Read More