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Bikers cafes of Britain

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We all love / need them so lets have a list of cafes round Britain so we all know where they are.
one each again please
A name and address would be brill
at least a name and area /road number
go on Lindsay its your call

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dennyboo @ 24/09/2020 09:37  

Maybe list by county so us southerners don't get confused!

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Strom67 @ 24/09/2020 09:50  

Castle cafe, pier road, Withernsea. East Yorkshire coast. Always bikes in there and Thursday bike night often get up to 5-600 bikes.

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Deleted Member @ 24/09/2020 09:57  

Brill idea Vstrom . ive narrowed it down, so look on my profile and it gives the areas covered by the county
So can we do East first please

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dennyboo @ 24/09/2020 10:00  

East is Bedfordshire/ Cambridgeshire/ Essex/Hertfordshire/Norfolk/ Suffolk

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dennyboo @ 24/09/2020 10:22  

silver ball cafe on the A10 at royston

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rocker21 @ 24/09/2020 13:43  

The Coffee Tree Experience, A47 nr Guyhirn, Cambs

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Strom67 @ 24/09/2020 15:09  

Denny and you looking for cafes where bikers gather, or cafes that welcome bikers with good food?
Up here there are cafes I go to meet folks and cafes I go to eat, but only a few that do both.

The Nook Farm Cafe near Alston is doing quite well on both counts at the moment.

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Steve_H @ 24/09/2020 17:52  

Hi Steve hope your well mate , well i think biker friendly places are as good as biker cafe gatherings just think it would be nice to have a list of places for when you set off

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dennyboo @ 24/09/2020 22:47  

Be sure to contact the venue BEFORE you set off, if it's a distance away, to make sure they are still in business/open.

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Sandi @ 24/09/2020 23:20  

This is a very old google map of biker friendly spots and like Sandi just said check they are open.

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Ragnar @ 25/09/2020 09:25  

Nice one Ragnar, have saved it to my desktop to trawl through when I get time.

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Strom67 @ 25/09/2020 13:01  

Brill Rags

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dennyboo @ 25/09/2020 19:35  

thats the end of that forum then but there are alot missing theres a very good one on A19 at york

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dennyboo @ 25/09/2020 19:38

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Cupid Stunt @ 25/09/2020 20:26  

The Bikers guide is a lot more up to date than the one I posted and I forgot I had the one also.

You can get a booklet from the bikers guide too for a couple of quid.

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Ragnar @ 26/09/2020 07:08  

Nice one Nick Iam glad i put this post up its great when you know where they are on a run out cheers guys for your brill input Rags and Nick

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dennyboo @ 26/09/2020 08:42  

Theres loads out there not on that map so keep the thread going to fill in the gaps.

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Deleted Member @ 26/09/2020 09:21  

If there's a gap on the Biker's Guide it can be submitted to them and benefits everyone.
What i find useful is feedback on venues; ease of & amount of parking, range of food offered, value for money etc.

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Cupid Stunt @ 26/09/2020 09:29  

good idea Yarg I do know a few that arnt on there Ill message them

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dennyboo @ 26/09/2020 14:16  

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