Triumph launches new Bonneville Speedmaster
Triumph have today (3rd October 2017) launched a new model in the Bonneville range - the Bonneville Speedmaster. This will obviously replace the current America based Speedmaster model and takes a lot of styling cues from the Bobber model as well as the T120 whose engine the new model uses.
TOMCC Italia Branch forms
The TOMCC Italia branch has become the latest branch of the Club to form. It has already had several branch events. See Facebook for details about events. TOMCC Italia è il ramo più recente del Club a forma. Lui ha già avuto diversi eventi di ramo. Per informazioni sugli eventi, vedere Facebook.
Obituary: TOMCC Club Patron John R. Nelson
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing away of long time Club Patron John R. Nelson. John was a very active figure in the Club, attending almost all the Club AGMs during his time as Patron and was always happy to offer advice or attend events. He will be sorely missed within the Club.
Triumph Factory Visitor Experience Opening This Autumn
The long awaited Triumph Factory Visitor Centre looks set to open this autumn. A press invitation has been sent out for the 3rd October 2017 - this is specifically invitation only so that basically means the press, dealers, and significant partners. The centre itself will open to the public on 1st November 2017.
TOMCC AGM Venue Fixed for 2018
Next year's TOMCC AGM will be taking place up in the North East of England. The venue has been booked for the 8th April 2018 and is at The Discovery Museum, The Grand Hall, Blandford Square, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, NE1 4JA. The meeting will be open to all TOMCC Members (read on for more details).
First ever visit by journalist to Triumph in Thailand
Alan Cathcart, freelance motorcycle journalist, motorcycle racer, and founder of the Classic Racing Motorcycle Club, has become the first journalist to visit Triumph's three factories in Chonburi, Thailand. His article dispels some myths and shines a very interesting light on Triumph's overseas manufacturing operations.
Classic Kickback - chance to get a free Triumph!
UK buyers of bikes from Triumph's modern classics range are being offered the chance to win back their money this Autumn. The offer does not appear to be available in any other country at this stage. So if you wanted an excuse to go out and buy a modern classic Triumph then get down to your dealership.
Triumph at National Motorcycle Museum Live
The National Motorcycle Museum has announced that Triumph will be one of the manufacturers with a show stand at their National Motorcycle Museum Live event. This will be taking place on Saturday the 4th November 2017. The 'Open Day' is free so this will be a great opportunity to see the collection.
New model profile added
A new profile has been added to the list of Triumph motorcycle models on this site: The Triumph 5SW (1940). After the losses incurred at Dunkirk the War Office were desperately short of motorcycles.