This is good news for all, Vintage Cafe in Cainta Rizal opened its doors for bike groups, lone wolves and all other biking communities to hang out, pop a bottle of beer and chit-chat about bikes.
Last April 16, Saturday night, Jorje Jacinto, a vintage junkie, chief of the Garage Monkeys Kustom, and owner of the said bar wanted to create a hub accessible for bikers, especially on the East part of Manila. While the good part about Vintage Cafe, is now open 24/7.
Bike Night marks a sketch in Philippine bike culture, inviting clubs from in and out of Metro Manila, namely Pinoy Rat Customs, Boulevard Boyz, Ronin, Anghel Ng Lansangan, Alamat Crewsers, Wild Cubs, Bobbers and Choppers Manila, and so much more to mention.
It was a night full of brotherhood, collaboration and camaraderie. Everyone in two-wheels are more than welcome when they arrived at the palace. From big Harleys, down to Minitrails, custom small-displacements, it was a united atmosphere, sharing booze, travel plans, and more stories of bike.
Clearly, the scene is growing. And we do hope for more sheds to house the community enveloped in sheer enthusiasm. Visit this Beer Garden real soon too.
Learn more about Vintage Cafe by visiting their Facebook Page
Ask more about it. Visit Jorje Jacinto’s Facebook Page
Words by Maki Aganon
Cafe Racer Ph