New model profile added
A new profile has been added to the list of Triumph motorcycle models on this site: The Daytona T100D (1973). In August of 1973 Triumph started pre-production on the successor to the T100R Daytona, the T100D - D being 'Disc' or 'Development' or 'Daytona' depending on who you talk to.
We Ride London's First Meeting
The We Ride London group, campaigning for less charges and more encouragement for motorcyclists to use their bikes in London, are holding their first ever campaign meeting on the 21st February at The Bike Shed in London. All bikers are welcome to go along to help shape the campaign.
New Street Triple UK Prices Announced
We already knew that the base 765cc model Street Triple S was available from £8,000, but now Triumph have announced the prices for the other models. The 660cc Street Triple A2 Licence version is the cheapest at £7,700 which should encourage a lot of younger riders.
Trifest Skegness T-Shirt Design Unveiled
Following on from the announcement of the Trifest Somerset T-shirt earlier this month, we can now unveil the design for the Trifest Skegness T-shirt. These will be available on the TOMCC Merchandise site to buy in the run up to the Trifest Skegness event in October for only £15 each.
Friday and Saturday Celebrity Q&As at Excel Show
Are you going to the MCN London Motorcycle Show at the Excel in London? If so then you may want to choose to go on the Friday or Saturday if you want to meet either Carl Fogarty or Charlie Boorman - they will both be there at the Triumph stand (only Charlie on the Friday).
South Lincs and Peterborough Online Merchandise
The TOMCC Merchandise store allows Branches to have their own customised merchandise on offer. Now both the Peterborough branch and the South Lincolnshire branch have taken advantage of this and have launched their own merchandise alongside Somerset & Dorset and Yorvik branches.
White Helmets display team Axed
They've been entertaining and thrilling crowds with their dazzling arena displays for the last 90 years and are always a favourite at shows. However that hasn't stopped the iconic ‘White Helmets’ the Royal Signals Motorcycle Display Team from being axed from the British Army.
Wrong Way Ride for Autism Awareness
Most bikers are used to organised rides from London to Brighton, but Club Member Paul Brackstone is doing the opposite and for the benefit of charity. On the 2nd April Paul is riding from The Cafe Racer in Brighton to the Ace Cafe in London to raise funds for the National Autistic Society.
Trifest Somerset T-Shirt Design Unveiled
The T-Shirt design for this year's Trifest Somerset event has been unveiled. These will be a limited edition available to all to buy on the TOMCC Merchandise site. If you want your T-Shirt before the event then you will need to place your order at least 5 working days before.