World's Largest All Female Biker Meet
This is an attempt at the world record for the 'World's Largest All Female Biker Meet' and will be taking place at Triumph's Factory Visitor Experience. It is being organised by the Moto Advisor Facebook group but is open to any female Biker whether a Triumph rider or not to take part in the record attempt itself.
Trifest Somerset Cancelled...
...and will be no more at St Audries. It is with a lot of regret that we have to announce the cancellation of Trifest Somerset 2022 and that we won't be able to go back to St Audries Bay as a Club any more. Anyone who has booked accommodation for Trifest Somerset 2022 will be getting a refund from St Audries.
Welcome back to Motorcycle Live 2021
The TOMCC will be having its usual stand there in Hall 2. Tickets are now on sale and are only £19.50 when purchased in advance (£25 on the day) with children from 16 to 6 years old only £1 and 5 years and under free. The show is on from the 4th to the 12th December 2021 at the NEC in Birmingham (UK).
TOMCC Instagram Page Launched
The TOMCC has finally got around to having an Instagram page! If you want any of your photos featured then please tag them with @tomcc.gb on Instagram and we’ll make sure we share them. The page is still in its infancy, but the more things we can share to it, the better! Better still, follow us there.
Speed Triple 1200RR Launched
Starting from £17,950 ($20,950 €20.600) the half-faired version of Triumph's Speed Triple 1200 range isn't cheap but does feature electronically adjustable semi-active suspension to cope with the 180PS power output (with 125Nm torque). We think it will be a hit though the single headlight looks a bit different.
It's coming up to launch time...
So, it's official, the new Speed Triple 1200RR will be launched on the 14th September at 12:00 UK time. Triumph have posted another video with more of a peek at the forthcoming model. September is the start of the run up to the various shows (EICMA and NEC) where new models are usually shown in public for the first time.
Triumph in Moto2 for 3 more years
Triumph have signed a new three year contract with Dorna to provide the engines for the Moto2 race series. What better place to announce it than at the British GP at Silverstone. Steve Sargent (Triumph CFO) was joined by Carlos Ezpeleta in a press conference on Thursday (26th August 2021).