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The long awaited comprehensive book "Ace Times" - speed thrills and tea spills, a cafe and a culture" relates and illustrates the definitive history of London's Ace Cafe, a roadside pull-in that open in 1938 and became the most famous haunt of the motorcycle riding "Ton-up kids" in the 50's and the Rockers in the 60's. This book also tells story of the other venues and cafes, like the 59 Club, the Busy Bee and others elsewhere around the country.
"You'll not see a more sumptuously illustrated and presented record of the legendary Ace Cafe...its clientele, the music, the style, the essence and the truth of rock and roll..."
-Marc Abbott / Motor Cycle News