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Best Biker Cafes in the South East

Blue & White Cafe

  • Open daily
  • Traditional greasy spoon
  • Popular with motorcyclists

The Custom Cafe

Based on the A259 you’ll find The Custom Cafe, one of Sussex’s most popular biker hang outs. Read our biker cafe guide to find out more now!


Squirrel Hill Cafe

  • New cafe
  • Great views
  • Brilliant menu

Whiteways Cafe

  • Great pit stop
  • Regular bike nights
  • Excellent menu

Loomies Moto Cafe

  • Regular bike nights
  • Great menu
  • Ample parking

Wessons Cafe

  • Family run cafe
  • Regular bike nights
  • Ample parking

Ryka’s Cafe

  • Upcoming events
  • Bike night every Wednesday
  • Brilliant selection of food and drink

Oakdene Cafe

  • Close to Brands Hatch
  • Regular biker meets
  • Freshly cooked meals daily

Route 1066 Cafe

  • Important information
  • Upcoming events
  • Wide selection of food on the menu

Ace Cafe

  • Upcoming events
  • Important information
  • The full history of the most iconic biker cafe in the UK

Silver Ball Transport Cafe

  • Great pit stop during a ride out
  • Large car park
  • TV showing all the latest racing

Hollyville Cafe

  • Founded in 1982
  • Extensive menu
  • Located close to Brands Hatch

Revved Up Tea Bar

  • On the sea front
  • Hosts regular bike nights and events
  • Own biker clothing store inside

High Beach Tea Hut

  • Outdoors only
  • Large car park
  • Founded in 1930

Route 11

  • Newly opened cafe
  • Motorcycle clothing store inside
  • Regular bike nights

Krazy Horse

  • Collaborated with Ace Cafe
  • Workshop on site
  • Motorcycling clothing store on site

Kettle O’ Fish

  • Rye’s most popular Fish and Chip shop
  • Popular with bikers
  • Large car park and caters for big groups


  • Homemade food
  • Great prices
  • Open 7 days a week

Airport Cafe

  • Lots of outdoor seating and parking
  • Great menu
  • Bikers always welcome

Billy’s on the Road

  • All dishes made from local produce
  • Popular meeting place
  • Great outdoor parking area