PLEASE SCROLL DOWN TO TICK AND CONTRIBUTE TO THE GREAT BADGE/LOGO DEBATE. Thanks a lot.
This next one is too important NOT to pin at the top of our page as we could do with as many of us as possible seeing this one at least for a day or two.
I'd been attempting to get us some recognition. Firstly for the group and secondly for our run to the Ace Café. MSN no reply just yet, Kawasaki an e-mail reply, " we MIGHT be it touch". But I'm not near finished lobbying..... (is that a good word for harassing)? However, The Ace Café themselves have responded very positively. Please note the need for "an early" presence down there which is no problem to me only we had promised to get some little groups together for the ride down.
Here's the emails from the 'Ace' please let me have your thoughts. Cheers.
Thanks for your below advice, what great news! We look forward to seeing these bikes at the cafe on Sunday 26th April.
Unless you advise me otherwise, there is no need for you to speak with anyone at Ace Cafe, just turn up on the day.
I certainly look forward to being there to take pictures and glean information from you and other ZZR1100 owners for inclusion in the quarterly Ace Cafe Club Newsletter – please ask for me.
If you have a dedicated FB page about coming to the cafe for Kawasaki Sunday, please send me the link and I can share it on our FB page.
Thought I'd ask the cheeky one:
I'm sure I know the answer "get there early"! is maybe the only answer but I don't know if you ever save spaces or are able to cordon off a good spot for visiting groups? Just thought I'd ask. We do intend to be with you quite early anyway.
Hi Pat, Thanks for your reply. The short answer is to get there early to be honest, and if this is possible, there may be opportunity of saving the space along the “ramp” directly in front of the cafe’s windows for a line-up of ZZR1100’s, - We could probably make the marshal on the gate aware of this – However to do this, you do need to be early as I know that my husband Mark Wilsmore likes to fill the ramp from first thing - what do you think?
That was when I said I'd turn it over to you guys. Here's one photo of the spot we're talking about.
Happy decision making!