Membership of Club Triumph costs from £33|
Club Triumph has a history going back to 1954 and caters for all owners and enthusiasts of Triumph cars. The club
is run by a committee made up of unpaid enthusiasts and benefits of membership include:-
- Bi-monthly 80 page magazine
- Local Groups around the country
- A choice of competitive insurance schemes
- Discounts from suppliers
- Club Shop
- Model Consultants
- Club Library
- Discounted membership of breakdown services
- Triumph Register
- Free advertising in the Magazine and on website.
National Drive It Day, Sunday 23rd April
Club Triumph will be celebrating National Drive it Day with a national event. The idea is to blow out the winter's cobwebs by having a decent length's drive for your Triumph and a get together around 50 cars at a place that is interesting and has some catering facilities. The place we have chosen is the Bicester Heritage Centre. This is reasonably conveniently situated near junction 9 off the M40. The Bicester Heritage Centre is the UK's first park for the restoration, storage and enjoyment of vintage and classic cars, motorcycles and aeroplanes. It is something of a classic its self: 348 acres of a historic 1920s RAF bomber station moments from the M40. They are refurbishing and restoring its redbrick buildings, hangars, tree-lined avenues and airfield to provide an authentic period setting for specialists, vehicle owners, enthusiasts and visitors to meet, share their passions and immerse themselves in a classic age. - See more at: http://bicesterheritage.co.uk . Your local group co-ordinator will have details and participating groups will be arranging a group drive to Bicester.
The Northern Run 2017
Once again this popular run is on the calendar for the weekend of August 5/6th, AKA as the Border Raiders Run, the event this time will take a different format from previous years.
Instead of heading North by Northwest on the opening day and returning South the second, this year`s event will set off from the Old Stone Trough,Kelbrook on the Saturday , head to a coastal area on one side of the country and return to the OST that night. The event continues on the second day, by heading to another coastal region on the alternative side of the country and again returning to the OST for end of event prize presentation.
This `figure of eight` form will once again take in the country lanes and roads of some of the finest scenery in the UK, with the odd refreshment break within the hills and dales.
For further entry information on this social event, please refer to the website calendar,and the organiser Martin Randle will only be too happy to take details