The National Motorcycle Museum have announced details of their summer raffle. Director James Hewing stated: "we have another amazing 1st prize for our summer raffle with a brand new/old stock Triumph T140J Silver Jubilee Bonneville which has never been run or registered and is showing just 4 push miles only!"
If you have an interest in the Triumph Terrier or Tiger Cub models then this is the section for you. It is dedicated to Triumph's light-weight machines that debuted in 1952 and 1953 and all their variations up to 1969. You don't necessarily need to be a Member of the TOMCC to take part in the section either.
It's on Facebook only, and only for UK residents, but you don't have to do a lot to enter and what else are you doing at the moment? Configure your dream Triumph for your chance to WIN one pair of tickets to the Triumph Factory Visitor Experience, when the time is right.
If you have booked accommodation for Trifest France 2020 then please read the whole article, because unfortunately we have had to reschedule the Trifest France event in the South-East of France. This is due to the situation with Coronavirus in Europe and going on the latest advice from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
The UK Press Rocket 3 bikes have landed in the UK and VisorDown were one of the first to get hold of one. Riding at a press launch in Spain is one thing, but dodging the hazards you find on UK roads is something else. Filmed before the Coronavirus lockdown, this gives some insights into how good the Rocket 3 is.
Decarbonising Transport is the Government's latest policy update, released quietly whilst everyone was concentrating on coronavirus, self-isolating, and essential journeys only. Citing the law that requires the UK to achieve 'net zero' greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2050, the paper sets out how this will be achieved.
Back in February Triumph launched the Tiger 900 range to the press out in Morocco - why weren't we invited?!?! The video reviews resulting from that event have all appeared online so if you're considering buying one then check out the reviews below. They're also good to watch, and amusing, whilst in self-isolation.
We are sad to announce the death of Bill Crosby, proprietor of the London Motorcycle Museum and of Reg Allen, the well known motorcycle dealership in West London. He died on the 29th March 2020 and our condolences go out to his family. He was a very knowledgeable person and helped out many a Member.
Redline Clothing provide the TOMCC with its Merchandise and run the online store on behalf of the TOMCC. Unfortunately, due to the current UK Government Restrictions it is no longer possible for Redline Clothing to continue operating and so they have ceased operations until the Restrictions are lifted.