Rocking in to Brighton

Published: 07:30AM Nov 5th, 2013
By: Alan Turner
As usual, the Ace Cafe’s Rockers Reunion attracted thousands to Madeira Drive, Brighton. While the main run, the ‘Brighton Burn-Up’, starts from the north London cafe, riders made their way to the city seafront from all directions...
Rocking in to Brighton

Maintaining some sort of faith for the home country were Phil Bailey and ‘Mustang Sally.’ Lifelong bike enthusiasts, they had received a tip-off over a barn find, an Enfield and an ES2 Norton. The owner had stored the bikes for years. Phil and Sally, with help from a gang of friends, cleaned away years of detritus and bird residue. Within 12 hours, the ES2 was cleaned up and running.

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