Details about the Milton Keynes branch

Colours: Black & White

Contact: Richard Bryce - Pure Triumph Woburn, George Street, Woburn, MK17 9PY

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Information

Founded in February 2019 MK Colossus had just three years later become the largest branch worldwide with more than 300 members. Members hail from all across the North Home Counties and further afield.

We meet first Monday each month at The Station Tavern in Woburn Sands (net to the level crossing). Feel free to pop along and check us out.

There are ride outs most dry weekends and often during weekdays. We organise trips and tours. Our Facebook (tomccmk) and WhatsApp groups are a popular way of maintaining social contact and for organising ad hoc meets and ride outs.

Our chairman, Rich Bryce, works at Pure Triumph Woburn and would be delighted to tell you more about the Colossus.

Branch members enjoy discounts at Pure Triumph Woburn on servicing and on Triumph branded parts, accessories, clothing and merchandise.

Fortnightly evening meet ups at local pubs.
Ride outs most dry weekends and often midweek.
Charity rides.
Organisers of the Milton Keynes Distinguished Gentleman's Ride.
Organisers of the annual ABF Soldiers Charity ride at Hinckley.
Safety courses.
Trips and tours.

 

Location

The Station Tavern, Woburn Sands, MK17 8SG - Meets: 1st Monday of the month from 6pm

 

Events

Branch meetings are an opportunity to meet club members.

2023

January

Ride Out to Little Billing
From: A421 Marston Services
Click here for more details

April

Ride Out to Willen Hospice
From: The Station Tavern, Woburn,
Click here for more details

 

Committee

Rich Bryce - Chair - works at Pure Triumph Woburn
Lawrence Ennis - Secretary
Sam Hitchcock - Treasurer
Jacqui Sage-Passant - Events
Pete Sage-Passant - Communications
Simon Bullough - Safety

  • Branch Committee

    Branch Committee

    Milton Keynes 'Colossus' keeps active thanks to the voluntary work of the Branch Committee. All are riders and are dedicated to giving your membership of TOMCC real value and enjoyment. They would be delighted to see you at a Club Night, at Stop 'N Stuff in Woburn (especially on sunny Saturdays) or on a ride out.


  • Branch Secretary

    Lawrence Ennis

    I've been riding motorcycles (legally) since 1979. I've had several makes / models over the years, but my first Triumph was a 1965 Tiger 90 which I bought in 1982. It was in several boxes when I acquired it and I rebuilt it over the course of 2 years with a little help from my brother. I currently ride a 2019 Speed Twin which thankfully means my toolbox is rarely opened!


  • Chairman

    Richard Bryce

    Bike riding, ale swilling, jive dancing, Manchester United fan. First ride on a bike was in '58 pillion on my uncle's brand new Norton Dominator 99 doing the ton (he said) down Rockingham Hill (with a strong tail wind). I always wanted a Dommie and a record-breaking Bonnie. Got my first Bonnie in 2015. Never did get the Dommie. Enjoy the ride and keep safe, Rich.


  • Events

    Jacqui Sage-Passant

    The jump from a Jap bike to a Triumph was an easy choice for me . I loved the style,attention to detail and the ability to support a British company. A large part of my career was spent organising events. I enjoy doing this for the Triumph group and have made some great new friends in the club.


  • Publicity

    Peter Sage-Passant

    My first experience with a Triumph was a failed attempt to rebuild a truly knackered Tiger Cub in The mid 70s. My second experience was buying a Street Triple R a couple of years ago, and realising how good Triumphs are these days. I’m now a proud Tiger owner, and really enjoy the TOMCC meetings and ride-outs. Because life can’t all be fun, I’m also a Luton Town season ticket holder.


  • Safety Rep

    Simon Bullough


  • Treasurer

    Samuel Hitchcock

    Rides a Street Twin.


 

Gallery

Just random photos.