THE Ace Cafe in Wembley has been a haunt for bikers since the 1930s and holds regular meet-up events.
Billed as the world’s most famous motor cafe, the building opened 80 years ago and was destroyed in an air raid in 1940.
The Ace Cafe reopened in 1949 and became popular with youngsters who drove there on motorcycles for gigs.
GetWestLondon photographer captured the atmosphere at a Harley Davidson monthly meet night on September 27.
The line-up of Harleys was impressive and, chatting to riders, they said the best thing about the bikes is customising them.
One visitor, Johnny Wishbone, said he has been a biker since he was 16 and an Ace Cafe regular for more than 20 years while David Kersh joked that the only biker gang he was a member of was a Facebook group.
A Harley Davidson monthly meet at the legendary Ace cafe
Johnny Wishbone with his Harley Davidson
Mill Hill man Richard Adler has been coming to the Ace Cafe since he was 18