- Created: 07 September 2016
The weather was almost as hot as the action at this year’s Ace Cafe Stunt Fest and Streetfighter Show over the weekend of 17 July!
And what better setting to celebrate the Ace Cafe London's 75th anniversary than the breathtaking Wembley Stadium complex?
It was a day packed with adrenalin – and there was no let up from the start. From Europe's best stunt riders battling it out in the Stunt Bike Open Freestyle Championship Finals through to tyre-frying burnouts and the breathtaking tricks of the East Coast FMX Team, this was an action-packed show that left bike fans open jawed in amazement.
And to prove just how difficult some of the stunts were, there were even a few falls (although nothing serious, thankfully) from riders pushing the bikes to their limits.
Interactive bike fun for all ages
Visitors certainly weren't short of things to do, with a dyno shoot-out and a wheelie machine getting the crowds flocking. Young bike fans also had their own fun in the sun, taking in a mini-moto circuit, academy sessions, and a series of special interactive stands and displays.
Away from the bikes, brilliant live rock and roll from The Fuel Girls kept the temperature rising and made sure nobody left early. And the London Rockin Rollers showed off their skills from the roller derby circuit as they raised funds for Riders for Health - this year's chosen charity of the Ace Cafe.
In the thick of the action with Carole Nash
As ever, the Carole Nash crew were on hand to speak with bike lovers from all over the country. Scores of fans visited our stand to take part in our free prize draw for a GoPro package and check out the insidebikes app powered by Carole Nash. Have you tried it yet?
Those who didn’t scoop the main prize consoled themselves with one of our superb goodie bags jammed with brilliant Carole Nash merchandise.