Triumph Glasgow were so excited when they heard that there is a Triumph Owners Motorcycle Club National Rally in Skye in September! "It’s great to have even more Triumph Owners parading the roads of Bonnie Scotland! We salute you all!" They decided to do something to help all those on the way up to Skye.
Triumph have today (23/08/2019) revealed both the UK and the US Daytona Moto2™ 765 Limited Edition motorcycles at the Silverstone race track during the MotoGP weekend. The machine is the first licensed by Dorna to carry one of their trademarks. The differences between the models appears purely cosmetic.
The new book "Triumph Trident: The Best Production Racer Ever" has only been out for a week but it's already the publisher's best selling book. Available in the UK for £14.99, in the US for $24.95, and all around the world this book has been written by Club Member and Leicester Branch Chairman Roy Maddox.
Nacelle, the monthly Club Magazine of the TOMCC, has now completely changed to using paper envelopes for all its mailings. Previously the UK posting used plastic 'polylopes', but concern over plastic in the environment has prompted the switch for all of the 8,000 (and growing) magazines issued every month.
The Tennessee Valley TOMCC branch was made official at the start of August 2019 and has formed out of the TOMCC USA branch. The new branch meets at the same place and times as TOMCC USA - Straight to Ale Brewing in Huntsville Alabama on the first Sunday of the month at 1pm. If you in the area go along and say hi.
Triumph have released details of their new Rocket 3 models - the R and the GT. This follows on from the Rocket 3 TFC limited edition which sold out within days of being announced. The two models both come with the world's largest production motorcycle engine with more power and torque than the old Rocket 3.
Triumph have today announced the new Daytona Moto2 765 Limited Edition motorcycle in partnership with Dorna. At the moment there aren't many details, but deposits are being taken. There will be more information released on 23rd August at MotoGP Silverstone. There will be 765 of these machines made of two versions.