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Re: Ace Cafe Fireblade Day 2011

Post by fastbikefinder on Tue 11 Jan 2011, 21:52

Another mail from the Ace Cafe today:

Hi Simon

Iím just picking up following Markís email below to ask if you could let me know what you anticipate bringing with you.. banners, gazebo etc?

Please also let me know if you intend to run any competition on the day Ė Best Bikes or some such Ė Ace will of course support any competition with a few goodies for the winner(s).

Look forward to hearing from you

Kind regards
jan
Janet Wilsmore-Cook

www.ace-cafe-london.com
www.acecafeevents.com


Naturally I have responded regarding the competitions I have proposed above so there will some worthwhile goodies for the winners!

Simon
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Re: Ace Cafe Fireblade Day 2011

Post by wild bill on Tue 11 Jan 2011, 22:03

Well done FBF, already looking forward to it eyebrow

Hopefully your be sorted with another Blade by then eh.
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Re: Ace Cafe Fireblade Day 2011

Post by fastbikefinder on Wed 12 Jan 2011, 00:07

wild bill wrote:Well done FBF, already looking forward to it eyebrow

Hopefully your be sorted with another Blade by then eh.

Fingers crossed mate,

Have got my eye on this beauty

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Re: Ace Cafe Fireblade Day 2011

Post by Kaiser on Fri 14 Jan 2011, 12:49

How many going - any list ?
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Re: Ace Cafe Fireblade Day 2011

Post by wes on Fri 14 Jan 2011, 20:48

Me Smile and.....
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Re: Ace Cafe Fireblade Day 2011

Post by masterblader on Fri 14 Jan 2011, 21:39

The club banner is here with me Simon, and in all probability should have some northern visitors that week end.
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Re: Ace Cafe Fireblade Day 2011

Post by 918eds on Fri 14 Jan 2011, 23:01

3rd of july is also bsb at snetterton aswell as the festival of speed,

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Re: Ace Cafe Fireblade Day 2011

Post by fastbikefinder on Fri 14 Jan 2011, 23:18

918eds wrote:3rd of july is also bsb at snetterton aswell as the festival of speed,

I've asked for the week before or after just incase.
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Re: Ace Cafe Fireblade Day 2011

Post by wild bill on Sat 15 Jan 2011, 10:32

fastbikefinder wrote:
918eds wrote:3rd of july is also bsb at snetterton aswell as the festival of speed,
I've asked for the week before or after just incase.
Probably an idea to get a definite date sorted FBF so people can get planning...Just arrange it for the sunniest day in July when no other events are going on...flipping hell, the Blades should come before all these events anyway, their both gonna be televised! Before long it's gonna be "oh we can't go on the Sun 17th July because the east of England folk dance and steam rally is on"!!!
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Re: Ace Cafe Fireblade Day 2011

Post by scotty80 on Sat 15 Jan 2011, 10:42

I will be there what ever the date hyper
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Re: Ace Cafe Fireblade Day 2011

Post by Guest on Sat 15 Jan 2011, 10:53

What's wrong with folk dancing???
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Re: Ace Cafe Fireblade Day 2011

Post by wild bill on Sat 15 Jan 2011, 10:59

megawatt wrote:What's wrong with folk dancing???
Nothing mate, i'm just saying i can't make the 17th because i'm taking part in the world championship folk dancing competition and after that i'll be exhibiting my steam tracker in the show'n'shine comp...mine was tuned by Fred Dibnah Laughing
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Re: Ace Cafe Fireblade Day 2011

Post by scotty80 on Sat 15 Jan 2011, 11:00

rofl rofl
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Re: Ace Cafe Fireblade Day 2011

Post by silverback on Sat 15 Jan 2011, 13:29

wild bill wrote:
fastbikefinder wrote:
918eds wrote:3rd of july is also bsb at snetterton aswell as the festival of speed,
I've asked for the week before or after just incase.
Probably an idea to get a definite date sorted FBF so people can get planning...Just arrange it for the sunniest day in July when no other events are going on...flipping hell, the Blades should come before all these events anyway, their both gonna be televised! Before long it's gonna be "oh we can't go on the Sun 17th July because the east of England folk dance and steam rally is on"!!!
Will there be tea and biscuits with Guy Martin at the Steam rally then 'could be a day out to meet Guy' tongue
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Re: Ace Cafe Fireblade Day 2011

Post by fastbikefinder on Sat 15 Jan 2011, 15:32

wild bill wrote:
fastbikefinder wrote:
918eds wrote:3rd of july is also bsb at snetterton aswell as the festival of speed,
I've asked for the week before or after just incase.
Probably an idea to get a definite date sorted FBF so people can get planning...Just arrange it for the sunniest day in July when no other events are going on...flipping hell, the Blades should come before all these events anyway, their both gonna be televised! Before long it's gonna be "oh we can't go on the Sun 17th July because the east of England folk dance and steam rally is on"!!!

Bill, I hear you mate, but the 3rd is still a definite date. A couple of people have stated other big things going on so I've merely made an enquiry for now to see if anything is possible.

FYI, I'm meeting Lord Lucan on Old London Bridge on the 24th of July so can't do that date myself, he needs me to help him change the clutch cable on his C90 whistle
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Re: Ace Cafe Fireblade Day 2011

Post by danidge on Sat 15 Jan 2011, 18:48

wild bill wrote:
fastbikefinder wrote:
918eds wrote:3rd of july is also bsb at snetterton aswell as the festival of speed,
I've asked for the week before or after just incase.
Probably an idea to get a definite date sorted FBF so people can get planning...Just arrange it for the sunniest day in July when no other events are going on...flipping hell, the Blades should come before all these events anyway, their both gonna be televised! Before long it's gonna be "oh we can't go on the Sun 17th July because the east of England folk dance and steam rally is on"!!!

hahaha this cracked me up Razz
and btw, in not supprised folk dancing is your thing megawatt Wink
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Re: Ace Cafe Fireblade Day 2011

Post by wes on Sat 15 Jan 2011, 19:00

To be fair, we want to make sure that the people who wont be attending because of other fixtures and events happening on the 3rd, would genuinely be attending if the day was moved, otherwise it seems pointless going to all the effort of organising if this isnt the case. frustrated
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Re: Ace Cafe Fireblade Day 2011

Post by Kaiser on Mon 17 Jan 2011, 09:05

shadow wrote:Thats easier to do, to make it worth while, choose a date with 2 days back to back, that way if people only want to do one day then fair enough.

Beer and banter in the paddock the night before is compulsory. Very Happy

With no limits, if 10 or more book, you get 10% off.

So say one at donnington, then later at rockingham ?
Put brands in there to, Mega likes that track. Smile

With donnington being the main one ?
Or even silverstone ?

Easy for me to say i did 8 last year. eyebrow

Sounds good to me mate cheers

Beer and banter in the paddock the night before is compulsory. Very Happy

For me, goes without saying drinking

Although, might be best having the piss up after the track day Embarassed
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Re: Ace Cafe Fireblade Day 2011

Post by silverback on Mon 17 Jan 2011, 15:51

With your track record anyway tongue
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Re: Ace Cafe Fireblade Day 2011

Post by Kaiser on Mon 17 Jan 2011, 15:53

silverback wrote:With your track record anyway tongue

Ouch, low blow Laughing tongueout

Only the one pullhair
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Re: Ace Cafe Fireblade Day 2011

Post by Kiwiboy on Fri 21 Jan 2011, 23:38

Work permitting I'm up for it.

Hopefully this year I will even manage to bring the the bike this time brickwall
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Re: Ace Cafe Fireblade Day 2011

Post by dj1 on Sat 22 Jan 2011, 16:08

Trackday LOL suggested that last year did not get much response for someone to set up a poll online !!! scratch
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Re: Ace Cafe Fireblade Day 2011

Post by morpheus20170 on Sat 22 Jan 2011, 16:28

I just hope that my bike is working on Fireblade Day in 2011 and I will be there.
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Re: Ace Cafe Fireblade Day 2011

Post by Chimpy on Wed 09 Mar 2011, 15:54

megawatt wrote:Right, that's all my contributions to this thread deleted as requested. I won't contribute anything else to this thread . Funny , I thought Forums were about discussing things and being allowed to express an opinion. Ho hum!!!

ooh go pick up your dummy out of the dirt lol....

i have to agree that the Ace was a pretty shite venue. A meet at Box Hill, then ride to Bury Hill and onwards to Bognor is a lovely run. Just a thought...... i have a sofa spare for anyone from north of Watford Smile


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Re: Ace Cafe Fireblade Day 2011

Post by Chimpy on Wed 09 Mar 2011, 15:56

plus i won't be able to fund a trackday so i'll be limited to a blade meet and rideout
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Re: Ace Cafe Fireblade Day 2011

Post by wild bill on Wed 09 Mar 2011, 17:59

Chimpy wrote:
megawatt wrote:Right, that's all my contributions to this thread deleted as requested. I won't contribute anything else to this thread . Funny , I thought Forums were about discussing things and being allowed to express an opinion. Ho hum!!!

ooh go pick up your dummy out of the dirt lol....

i have to agree that the Ace was a pretty shite venue. A meet at Box Hill, then ride to Bury Hill and onwards to Bognor is a lovely run. Just a thought...... i have a sofa spare for anyone north of Watford Smile
Laughing Don't know weather he'll be able to find the dummy, that was a mighty spit Laughing

I kinda agree with you Chimpy about the Ace not being an ideal venue but it is riddled with bike nostalgia and is fairly well know round the bikey world as the bikers cafe so it is fitting for the occasion. I'm not keen on doing a repeat of last year and riding up with a large group Blades, i do that journey everyday to work and it took 3 times as long to get there on Blade day...and it was a Sunday with hardly any traffic!!!
I happy to go to the Ace again but this time only with a handful of bikes wheeliebike
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Re: Ace Cafe Fireblade Day 2011

Post by Chimpy on Wed 09 Mar 2011, 19:18

wild bill wrote:
Chimpy wrote:
megawatt wrote:Right, that's all my contributions to this thread deleted as requested. I won't contribute anything else to this thread . Funny , I thought Forums were about discussing things and being allowed to express an opinion. Ho hum!!!

ooh go pick up your dummy out of the dirt lol....

i have to agree that the Ace was a pretty shite venue. A meet at Box Hill, then ride to Bury Hill and onwards to Bognor is a lovely run. Just a thought...... i have a sofa spare for anyone north of Watford Smile
Laughing Don't know weather he'll be able to find the dummy, that was a mighty spit Laughing

I kinda agree with you Chimpy about the Ace not being an ideal venue but it is riddled with bike nostalgia and is fairly well know round the bikey world as the bikers cafe so it is fitting for the occasion. I'm not keen on doing a repeat of last year and riding up with a large group Blades, i do that journey everyday to work and it took 3 times as long to get there on Blade day...and it was a Sunday with hardly any traffic!!!
I happy to go to the Ace again but this time only with a handful of bikes wheeliebike

i got a handful and a bike :-)
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Re: Ace Cafe Fireblade Day 2011

Post by cabbie on Wed 09 Mar 2011, 20:23

Chimpy wrote:
wild bill wrote:
Chimpy wrote:
megawatt wrote:Right, that's all my contributions to this thread deleted as requested. I won't contribute anything else to this thread . Funny , I thought Forums were about discussing things and being allowed to express an opinion. Ho hum!!!

ooh go pick up your dummy out of the dirt lol....

i have to agree that the Ace was a pretty shite venue. A meet at Box Hill, then ride to Bury Hill and onwards to Bognor is a lovely run. Just a thought...... i have a sofa spare for anyone north of Watford Smile
Laughing Don't know weather he'll be able to find the dummy, that was a mighty spit Laughing

I kinda agree with you Chimpy about the Ace not being an ideal venue but it is riddled with bike nostalgia and is fairly well know round the bikey world as the bikers cafe so it is fitting for the occasion. I'm not keen on doing a repeat of last year and riding up with a large group Blades, i do that journey everyday to work and it took 3 times as long to get there on Blade day...and it was a Sunday with hardly any traffic!!!
I happy to go to the Ace again but this time only with a handful of bikes wheeliebike

i got a handful and a bike :-)

You've got a bike BUT I'll have to check to see if you have a handful!
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Re: Ace Cafe Fireblade Day 2011

Post by Chimpy on Wed 09 Mar 2011, 21:00

cabbie wrote:
Chimpy wrote:
wild bill wrote:
Chimpy wrote:
megawatt wrote:Right, that's all my contributions to this thread deleted as requested. I won't contribute anything else to this thread . Funny , I thought Forums were about discussing things and being allowed to express an opinion. Ho hum!!!

ooh go pick up your dummy out of the dirt lol....

i have to agree that the Ace was a pretty shite venue. A meet at Box Hill, then ride to Bury Hill and onwards to Bognor is a lovely run. Just a thought...... i have a sofa spare for anyone north of Watford Smile
Laughing Don't know weather he'll be able to find the dummy, that was a mighty spit Laughing

I kinda agree with you Chimpy about the Ace not being an ideal venue but it is riddled with bike nostalgia and is fairly well know round the bikey world as the bikers cafe so it is fitting for the occasion. I'm not keen on doing a repeat of last year and riding up with a large group Blades, i do that journey everyday to work and it took 3 times as long to get there on Blade day...and it was a Sunday with hardly any traffic!!!
I happy to go to the Ace again but this time only with a handful of bikes wheeliebike

be my guest cabbie you randy tart. i am a single chick after all..... sunny

i got a handful and a bike :-)

You've got a bike BUT I'll have to check to see if you have a handful!
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Re: Ace Cafe Fireblade Day 2011

Post by Chimpy on Wed 09 Mar 2011, 21:05

cabbie don't even go there after the last time!....what a mess of a weekend lol
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