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The business has been established for over 30 years, and we have a lot of experience of matching horses and riders. A wide selection of young stock is available, including homered and imported Irish youngsters.
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At Dover Saddlery, English riders find the riding apparel, tack and horse care supplies they need to spend more quality time in the saddle. We're proud to provide the top quality equestrian products you want and need, from tall boots and breeches to horse blankets and saddle pads.
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Whether you're searching for your next racing star or a new addition to your growing stables, you'll be stuck for choice when browsing the listings of horses for sale in the UK below on the free ads classifieds site. The best motorbike cafés in the UK are places to meet, eat and socialize with like minded people who love motorcycles.
Scroll down for our interactive map and then for individual reviews of the UK's 10 best motorcycle cafés. Luckily, a new owner came forward in the shape of Paul Fullback, who stepped in to ensure that this popular hangout has not only survived, but has gone on to thrive.
The passion invested by Paul and his team is apparent in the attention to detail, from the helmet store and visor-wash station to the toolbox coffee table and engine-block cutlery holder and, of course, the food. Man put the ‘Track Hero’ breakfast to the test, and can confirm that those top-quality ingredients really do make a difference.
Manager Sally and trained pastry chef Charles ensure that a delicious selection of baked goodies is always available. The great thing about Loonies is that it feels more like a clubhouse than a café, where the staff treat customers like family.
Head East on the legendary A272 to Midst, then start wending south, snaking left before Cocking to reach the A285 and the fantastic ‘Function Bends’ up over the hill and down towards Colchester. Turn right before the town starts, and you can pop into Good wood Circuit for a breather, before heading North again on the B2141 to pretty Peters field, and pushing through Ashford Hangers to the A32, then dip South to Loonies.
Grab a slice of road-side Americana, and ogle loads of bikes in the heart of rural England Ride to Market Keeping, and you can sample one of the region’s most popular meet-ups and hangouts, the Iron Horse Ranch House.
With a row of steeds parked outside, the Iron Horse certainly looks the part and a friendly greeting from the staff makes for a warm, home-style welcome. The decor is pure Americana, giving the Iron Horse an authentic transatlantic diner feel.
Traditional British favorites are available, but there’s also pancakes with syrup as well as vegetarian and vegan options to accommodate all tastes. Dip under the south side of Grant ham, and pick up the A607 past Chris Walker Kawasaki, and on through Waltham on the Wolds and pork pie-central: Melton Mow bray.
Head deep into the center of London, and you can check out one of the newest kids on the biker café block, the Bike Shed Motorcycle Club in trendy Shore ditch. “It’s the only reason we’ve come to London,” says Alex Turner, who’d ridden from Lexington Spa with Anna Brown on his sparkly orange Honda Hornet.
The menu may well be more exotic than your average greasy spoon, but the old favorites are still in there, albeit with a gourmet twist. “It’s such an inclusive place where Harley guys, sports bike riders and brat builders all rub shoulders together,” Paul told us.
For a final word Man caught up with head honcho, Anthony ‘Dutch’ van Someone. If you do, this lap of the North and South Circular is quite a giggle, and littered with landmarks and places to stop for a brew.
It’s bright but chilly as we roll in from the A166 following a spirited ride North through the Lincolnshire Wolds, and we’re more than ready for a bite and a brew. There’s plenty of room to park on Seaways ex-filling station forecourt, so we pick a spot near the bikes already rowed up and dismount to a friendly greeting from a couple of other riders.
The south-west is blessed with its fair share of fantastic roads so took a blast across Bodkin Moor to drop in on the fine folk at Cornwall’s Conquered Flag Café. This unique pit stop lies on the northbound carriageway of the A38 just short of Listened and is easy to spot from the road.
Breakfasts range from Cruiser to Mini Motor depending on size, while burgers have names such as Street Triple and Gold Wing. Overall the Conquered Flag offers good, honest food in an environment that’s completely reflects the world of biking.
Plunge towards Peter, and you’re rewarded with miles of meandering switchbacks, before dipping south at Duns ford, then arcing back through Nova Tracey for the run West again to Beaverton, where you dive onto the A386 and A38 for a fast swooping ride back to the finish line at the Conquered Flag. From the smooth, flowing curves of the A40 to the devilish twists of the legendary Black Mountain Pass, the roads around the Breton Beacons are among the finest in the land.
This region has routes for every kind of biker, but when it comes to refreshments there’s one place that seems to attract everyone; so we saddled up and moseyed on down to the Steel Horse Café in Llanvihanel Gob ion. The first thing that hit us on our mid-week visit was the sheer number and variety of bikes parked up out front; among others there’s an imposing R1200GS flanked by a classic Tribes café racer and ubiquitous Honda C90, while elsewhere there’s a Matt black Fire blade, a bright orange XR1200 and a somewhat muddy CRF450.
The Steel Horse was originally a pub and retains much of that cozy atmosphere; there’s great banter but it’s not at all cliquey. The most popular dish is their superb All-Day Breakfast, cooked to order by chef David Johnson using local ingredients.
“The facilities are good and the food is excellent,” says IAM observer Will Morgan, who’s stopped off for a debrief with associate Frank Scott. Pick up the A4069 and revel in this roller coaster road all the way to Brahman, then head East, take a short blast up the A465, then peel off again for a loop around Pontsticill and Talbot reservoirs, and South again to re-join the A465 back toward the Steel Horse.
Top-notch roadside biker café amidst the stunning Yorkshire Dales National Park So we took a ride over the legendary Butter tubs Pass to visit the Penny Garth Café, and joined the lunchtime regulars to find out if there’s more to this established hub than just a convenient place to meet for those exploring the incredible local roads.
“I’d give it 10/10 right across the board,” says David Short, who rides in at least once a week with mate Neil Burnett on their Triumph Bonneville. And our sausage bap left nothing to be desired after the hype we’d just received; however, the real treat was one of owner Christian Western’s home-made brownies.
The Penny Garth could be in the running on location alone, but we spoke to a cross-section of customers and it would appear that whilst many come for the roads, they all stay for the food. Head from the Penny Garth to Garth, then dive South towards Skip ton, looping back up to Halton Gill (this is a narrow badger road with great views), then plunge South again to Stain forth, then hook right and head North flitting between dry stone walls up to the Ribblehead Viaduct (worth stopping for a look, it’s right on the junction), then right again on the B6255 for another cake at the Penny Garth.
There was a time when you’d be lucky to find a cup of instant coffee in a bike shop, let alone a biscuit to go with it, but things are a little different today. As we roll up it’s impossible not to be impressed by the scale of the building and what you find inside doesn’t disappoint either, as acres of bike kit and new motorcycles spread out all around you.
The first floor is all about kit, but with stomach-sating purpose in mind we mount the spiral staircase to the next level, only to be greeted by the latest offerings from a host of manufacturers including Triumph, Suzuki, KTM, Husqvarna, Motor GUI, Vespa, Apr ilia and DiMaggio. Avoiding the temptation of a new bike, we push on up to the top level we reach a contemporary-styled haven of tranquility and our intended destination: Harry’s Café.
The menu is traditional biker fare featuring breakfast, burgers, butties and baps. Do a couple of runs, looking our for animals and stupid tourists, then pop out the top and onwards to Green Ore.
Our culinary fuelled curiosity eventually drew us to the deepest Dorset, where a tour of the region’s beautiful B-roads allowed for a pit stop at Motor Cora’s state-of-the-art Virus 55 showroom and the opportunity to sample its in-house eatery, Café Newt. Virus 55, as the sign above the door proclaims, is the ‘home of rare and exceptional motorcycles’ and they’re not wrong.
Inside you’ll find exotic and iconic brands such as Brought Superior, Norton and MV Augusta to name but a few. But be warned; if you’re hungry, the best thing to do is follow the signs to the parking area at the back for a direct route to the café, otherwise the lure of these gorgeous machines can prove somewhat of a stomach-depriving distraction.
We decided to sit out in the peace and tranquility of the walled garden to put Café Newt’s Full English to the test. “All our meals are freshly prepared to order, using as many top-quality local ingredients as possible,” says café manager Stephen Angel.
“I love popping in for a spot of window shopping and a good social,” says Lee Harding from From, who makes Café Newt the main destination when out riding with the lads. Then it’s a blast over Claiborne Chase to Six penny Handle, before plunging down to Bland ford Forum and avoiding the A350 by taking Higher Shaftesbury Road back to Can Common.
Then take the A30 West to East Tour before heading North again to buy a new bike at Motor Cora. “First and foremost is the ‘Q’ factor,” says Chris Murray, who runs the Super Sausage along with his wife Gail and son Simon.
The staff are incredibly attentive too, though never intrusive, providing a level of service that many top restaurants often fail to deliver. Nigel and Chris Hawkins are first-timers, heading back to Grisly on their Fazed 1000 after a short break in Brighton.