For a guaranteed pre-Christmas delivery you will need to order your TOMCC Merchandise on or before the 1st December 2020 for UK delivery or on or before 24th November 2020 for delivery outside of the UK. There are a lot of great designs to choose from and what better present for a Triumph Owner (except for another Triumph).
Made to do it all, Triumph's latest 'Adventure' bike is a companion to the Tiger 1050 Sport using the same T-Plane cranked 888cc engine as the Tiger 900 range. Starting at £9,300 ($11,995 / €11.400) this is more of a budget Tiger, being cheaper than the basic Tiger 900 it replaces, so could generate a lot of interest.
Some with no reserve! Two are Tritons, one of which may be questionable, and there are some pricey machines there, but there are a few classic Triumphs that have no reserve and which could be just the thing for the first time classic Triumph buyer. The auction is on the 19th December at the NMM (UK).
Free from the 21st November to 29th November 2020, the show is happening online this year. If you sign-up to receive the newsletter then you'll receive exclusive discounts and links to exclusive content. The show will be hosting a number of themed days across the show so one day will be different to another.
For UK residents only, the National Motorcycle Museum has announced the prizes for their Winter 2020 Raffle. First prize is a "brand new / old stock" T140D Bonneville Special. It has never been run or registered and is showing 11 'push' miles only. Other prizes are a motorcycle lift and a luxury hotel break for two.
The National Motorcycle Museum in the UK has had their request for a COVID-19 support grant refused. The museum had applied for a grant from the Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage which was established by the UK Government to provide funding to organisations that were financially stable before COVID-19.
Triumph dealerships in England/Wales have closed their doors to their showrooms and parts/accessory/clothing shops, but they are largely still accepting MoT, Servicing, and Repairs by appointment and are accepting orders for delivery through their websites or over the phone. Read on for other parts of the UK.
Draganfly are set to close their doors to visitors at 5pm on Wednesday. This will also be the same for all other motorcycle shops and showrooms in England as the ban on non-essential shops comes into force. However they will still be able to send parts mail-order from their website though check for delivery issues.
And it's a 660cc middleweight triple starting at £7,195 and available from Spring next year. Triumph have made this more of an online reveal due to the restrictions in place because of the Coronavirus situation. Triumph are hoping to attract sales away from other manufacturers popular streetfighter models.
With their VE Day Commemorative bike, Fowlers of Bristol have been awarded the overall winner of this year's Bonneville Build-Off. The team at Fowler’s Motorcycles used British army heritage as the inspiration for their build. With girder forks, canvas bags, and Army Green it invokes and pays homage to a past time.
If you're in the market for a Triumph, you might want to take advantage of the latest set of offers from Triumph in both the UK and the USA. In the UK the best offer is on the Speed Triple whereas in the USA it is the Tiger and Scrambler 1200 models that have the best offers. It's worth a look if you're in the market.
The TOMCC is proud to announce that its 58th Branch has now formed. The new branch is based in San Diego in sunny California, USA. They meet over in Mission Bay at the De Anza Cove, Triumph Tree, Mission Bay Park and they meet there on the first Saturday of every month from 1pm in the afternoon.
We won't have too long to wait to find out which of the bikes has won the hearts of those who appreciate a good custom machine and is awarded the Overall Winner. There are other awards up for grabs though and four judges will be deciding these awards from the nine machines that have been entered.
Don't forget that you can still vote for your favourite Bonneville Custom as built by various Triumph dealers around the UK. The bikes will be on display at the Factory Visitor Experience from the 21st October until the 1st November - though you will have to book (and pay) to get into the exhibition.
In October, but you better be quick as there are only a couple of them. Draganfly have managed to find a couple of these dropside black dual 750 seats (1978 with the 3.6 gallon tank) for export models tucked away at the back of their rather large attic. They will be just £132 (plus VAT) to the lucky buyers.
For a day's photo shoot. Triumph were looking for a Club Member with an early Trident 900 or 750 who was willing to loan their pride and joy to the Factory for a day so that Triumph could take pictures of it. The pictures will be used in the launch of the new Trident. Someone has now been chosen.