The Bikes of Ace Cafe / Cafe Moto At the 2013 AIMExpo
No new bike can compare to the soul and character of these older custom bikes. I had the pleasure of walking past these bikes on my way to the Bonnier media booth each day, and each day I saw them, I would imagine myself on a track navigating an "s" curve or just cruising down Pacific Coast Highway on my way to Neptune's Net.
Learn more about Ace Cafe London at http://www.ace-cafe-london.com/
Learn more about Cafe Moto at http://cafemotoclub.com
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