The Triumph Owners' Motor Cycle Club (TOMCC) was founded on 22nd November 1949 by a group of dedicated enthusiasts around South London. This soon grew into a major National One-Make Club catering for all owners of Triumph Motorcycles. Whether they be Pre-War (up until 1942), Classic (the Meriden Era), or Modern (the latest range of beauties designed in Hinckley), all are very welcome.
The Club is organised both on a National scale and on a local level through its many branches spread around the world. Each of the branches has its own local meetings where you can meet other Triumph Owners, and many of them organise their own Branch events complimenting the Nationally organised events.
The club offers several benefits and services to its members - not least of these being the monthly magazine 'Nacelle' which contains useful hints and tips. There is a vehicle dating service for those people who wish to apply for original or age related registrations for their Triumph motor cycle (or special). The club also holds a vast pool of knowledge about Triumphs which is supplemented by the club's library of machine manuals.
The Triumph Owners' Motor Cycle Club is affiliated to the B.M.F., M.A.G. and the A.C.U., which allows members views to be known through the club. It is also a premium affiliated Club with NABD. It is also a member of WATOC allowing access to a host of International Triumph events.
The Triumph Owners' Motor Cycle Club is a completely independent, not-for-profit, organisation and is not linked to the Triumph Factory in any way.
To qualify to join the TOMCC as a full member you must (obviously) own a Triumph Motorcycle of some sort (or any motorcycle with a Triumph engine). However, it need not be roadworthy. Even if it's at the start of a rebuild, as long as you have an engine - and the engine number - you can join! It needn't be a Triumph production model either, Tritons and other specials are allowed into the club too. To apply for membership, visit our membership page and apply online or download the current membership form.
If you don't own a Triumph but still want to see what the club has to offer, you can subscribe to the magazine for a year. Hopefully you will take advantage of one of the many adverts in the magazine and purchase your own Triumph to become a full member.
The club also has a growing number of overseas members and branches so you don't have to live in the U.K. to join either - though a lot of overseas members have had some previous link with this country.