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Meeting Points

JGD11C Dorking, UK-July 02, 2017:Motorcycle Enthusiasts meeting at Cafe near Box Hill in Surrey

What ride out is complete without a countryside pit stop or coastal café finish? Our county plays host to countless local and family run cafes, restaurants and businesses that have open their doors to bikers and act as meeting points along some of our favourite routes. Map your weekend ride outs to feature some of the great stops below and share your photos with us at

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Dover Transport Museum

Willingdon Road, Whitfield, Dover CT16 2JX

01304 822409

Greenly Coffee Shop at Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway

Scanlons Bridge Roade, Hythe CT21 6LD

01797 362353

H’s Café (at Kent Motorcycles)

Dover Road (A2), Barham, Canterbury, Kent CT4 6SA

Longacres Garden Centre Bybrook Barn

Cemetery Ln, Kennington, Ashford TN24 9JZ

01233 631959

Mac’s Café

Layby, A2 London bound, near Lydden Hill


07522 517038

Merlin Café

The Spitfire & Hurricane Memorial Museum, The Airfield, Manston Road, Ramsgate CT12 5DF

01843 821940

Nell’s Café

Watling St, Gravesend DA12 5UD


01474 362457

Strand Quay Cafe

30 Wish St, Rye TN31 7DA

01797 223779

The Airport Café

Main Road, Ashford TN25 6DA

01303 813185

The Blue & White Cafe 

Hythe Road Smeeth, Ashford TN25 6SP

01233 878080

The Oakdene Cafe

London Road, Wrotham, Sevenoaks, Kent TN15 7RR

01732 884873

The Spitfire Café

154A Main Road, Biggin Hill, TN16 3BA


01959 571676

The listing of any business within this website does not constitute as a recommendation. Meeting points are collated via local community recommendations and are by no means an exhaustive list of all available. We endeavour to check business closures regularly but please check directly before riding out.

COVID-19 Notice

Whilst the temptation to wheel out the bike and take to the road is great, especially considering to fine weather we are experiencing at the moment, please take time to consider the implications:

  • Going for a motorcycle ride is not essential use
  • Riding in groups does not reflect a responsible approach to the current situation and will only enforce the negative image of bikers that non bikers hold
  • At some point you will have to stop and if you are in a group you will no longer be social distancing
  • You are putting yourself and others at risk. If you are unfortunate enough to be involved in a crash the extra unnecessary burden you will put on the already over stretched NHS staff will be YOUR FAULT because your ride was not essential