Classic Bike Guide

Ace Classics keep the Trophy rolling

ACE CLASSICS, OF Lee in south London, have been Triumph pre-unit specialists since 1991, when founder Cliff Rushworth decided to solve the problems he was having getting decent parts to keep his beloved pre unit twins on the road, by having them made for him.

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