Triumph's 1 Millionth Motorcycle since 1990
Triumph have hit a major milestone with the production of their one millionth motorcycle since the Brand started manufacturing machines at Hinckley. Nick Bloor, Triumph's CEO, revealed the one-off custom-painted Tiger 900 Rally Pro in front of all of Triumph's staff at the UK factory in Hinckley.
Win a Speed Twin in the NMM Raffle
The Winter Raffle from the UK's National Motorcycle Museum has been announced (you'll have seen the raffle tickets in Nacelle if you're a member) and there are three great prizes to be won. First prize is a 1955 Triumph 5T Speed Twin that has been restored by the National Motorcycle Museum.
Draganfly Triumph Gift-Pack for Xmas
If you're stuck for a last-minute present for a Triumph Owner then Draganfly have the answer with their Triumph gift-pack. It consists of a black and silver Triumph mug made especially for Draganfly, a key ring with a leather fob and a metal Triumph roundel, and a patent plate Triumph badge in red.
Trifest International is in Guernsey
From the 7th May to the 14th May 2022 Trifest International will be a week long event in the beautiful Channel Island of Guernsey and will be held at the same time as the annual celebrations for Liberation Day. The event is open to all Members of the TOMCC or WATOC Clubs. We hope to see you there.
More Special Editions Announced
Another four models have been given the Special Edition paint scheme treatment alongside the eight Gold Line models. You now have the Thruxton RS Ton Up, Street Twin EC1, Rocket 3 GT 221, and Rocket 3 R 221. All are available for one year only and may be a fairly cheap way to get a distinctive paint scheme.
Tiger 1200 Prototype Revealed
Though it looks a lot more than a prototype in the videos. It was only a matter of time after the Tiger 900 range replaced the old 800s that the Tiger 1200s would also get the same treatment. The prototype looks the very image of what you'd consider an off-road capable Adventure bike would be.
TOMCC will be at Motorcycle Live
...but you'll need proof of vaccination (via the NHS App) or a negative Lateral Flow test taken within the previous 48 hours to get into the venue. The TOMCC will be on stand 2A02 in Hall 2 - not too far away from the Triumph stand so make sure you visit and say hello to our volunteer stand staff.