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.
Only Two Months until Trifest Skegness
Two months and counting to Trifest Skegness on the East coast at Richmond Holiday Centre, Skegness. If you want to get in on the action and have a great time by the seaside with like-minded Triumph Owners, then you will need to get in quick. Read on for how to book your place at Trifest Skegness.
Calling All Italian Triumph Owners...
A new branch of the TOMCC is currently in the process of forming in Italy. More details are on their Facebook page. We hope that it won't take too long to make the branch official, but in the mean time if you want to support the branch then e-mail the TOMCC's Membership Secretary.
Royal Signals White Helmets Celebrate 90th Birthday
The White Helmets Motor Cycle Display Team celebrated their 90th birthday on 4-6th August at their home in Blandford Forum. The TOMCC Chairman and General Secretary (Ken and Jan) were lucky enough to be invited to the party as long time supporters of the Triumph riding display team.
Bonneville 60 Anniversary Event in 2018
The Bonneville was put into production at Meriden on the 4th September 1958 and launched in November at the 1958 Earls Court show. Today Triumph has a complete range using and celebrating the Bonneville name, 2018 will be a great year of Triumph & Celebration at the Bonneville 60 event.
Hurricane X75 in September Auction
If you've always wanted a Hurricane (X-75) machine, but could never find one... well now is your chance. A restored example with matching numbers and extensive receipts (and including a book signed by Craig Vetter) is coming up for auction on the 2nd September at the National Motorcycle Museum.
Rich's Review of Street Cup
This time we have another of Triumphs modern classics, the Street Cup. Powered by the high torque 900cc parallel twin engine in common with the other bikes in the "Street" theme belting out a modest 54 BHP. Now this doesn't seem much in fact it is less than my 865cc T100 (67 BHP), the secret here is "High Torque".
Redline Clothing is TOMCC Merchandise Supplier
Our new merchandise vendor is Redline Clothing Company, run by Colin who has over 30 years in the business. After 25 years running his own screen printing business he went part time providing merchandising services to clubs and has several motorcycle clubs on his books, now including the TOMCC.