A quantum leap forward in capability. That's Triumph's tag line for the new Tiger 900 range comprising 5 model variants. There is a basic Tiger 900 all-rounder, a Tiger 900 GT for on road (and a Pro version), and a Tiger 900 Rally (and a Pro version of that) for off-road. It has been built to beat the competition.
The National Association for Bikers with a Disability is a well deserving cause that several TOMCC Members have reason to be grateful to. As a result the TOMCC intends to become a Premium Affiliated Club and seek out ways to work together to promote both the NABD and the Club.
In Hall 3 to the left of the Black Horse main stage. The TOMCC are once again exhibiting at the Motorcycle Live show at the N.E.C. in Birmingham. The Show is open from the 16th November to the 24th November and Club Stalwarts Ken and Jan Talbot (Chairman and Secretary respectively) will be there all week.
Triumph have released a teaser for their upcoming launch of their new Tiger 900 models. The Tiger 900 Rally and Tiger 900 GT are expected to replace the Tiger 800 XR and XC models. Triumph's teaser is very short but shows the two machines in various scenarios from desert to road. More details will be forthcoming.
More information has been released regarding the partnership between Triumph Motorcycles Ltd and Bajaj Auto Ltd. They aim to produce and sell middle-weight machines (250cc to 800cc) under the Triumph brand with Triumph doing the engineering and Bajaj doing the sales and marketing with India as a target.
Chris North (right) is one of TOMCC's long standing members, who has for many years covered many thousand miles supporting both his local branch, North West London, and many other events organised by other branches. He won the 2018 Individual Award for the Landmark Challenge shown here receiving it from the Club Chairman.
Triumph's latest 'never to be repeated' TFC model has been revealed to be the Bonneville Bobber. Not that this was much of a surprise as the teaser photos were fairly obvious. Only 750 of these machines will be produced worldwide and it is rumoured that they have all sold-out already despite a price of £15,500.