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the Club for all Triumphs!

The Standard Triumph Motor Company - later British Leyland produced a vast range of quality affordable cars between 1945 and 1984. From small family saloons to sportscars that were exported the world over.
Today these cars are in the hands of enthusiasts and are some of most enjoyable and affordable classics around!


Triumph 2000 mk1 saloon

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Discussion Forum

Our lively online discussion forum allows Club members and guests to discuss all aspects of Triumph ownership and use.

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Club Torque

Cover of March 2015's Club Torque

Our 80 page full colour A4 Club magazine 'Club Torque' is published every other month. A newsletter is produced on alternative months.

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Club Services

Club members benefit from a wide range of Club services including-

  • 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.

Insurance

Looking for Insurance for your Triumph? The Club has arrangements with several insurance companies to offer members the best value available, and can provide agreed values to protect your classic! more

Marketplace

Looking for a Triumph or a spare part? Try our classifieds

For Sale 2500S Automatic 1975 Tahiti blue Black interior. New rear seat belts recently fitted. 114,000 recorded miles, alloy wheels. Needs some work to achieve an MOT. 07951602230 to discuss, and arrange a viewing. Bob


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Club Triumph is run entirely by its members for its members and does not have paid employees.

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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.

Round Britain Raises £60,000 for Macmillan Cancer Support

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At Club Triumph's Annual Dinner in Milton Keynes on 14th March a cheque for £60,243.67 was presented to Vicki Brown of the Macmillan Cancer Support charity by the Round Britain Organising team. The money was raised in sponsorship by the crews who completed the event which took place between the 3rd and 5th October 2014 and involved driving more than 2000 miles in 48 hours.
Vicki Brown on receiving the cheque said that it was a fantastic achievement and would be enough to pay for a Macmillan Nurse for a year.


The 2015 HCR

HCR 2013

Club Triumph`s active season commences on the weekend of 18/19th April, with the HCR starting near to Stourbridge and fourteen hours later finishing around Leicester.
The Historic Counties Run is split into two sections with a half way point obligatory stop, where, after a coffee and rest break the second half commences.
After looping The loop around the UK, traversing many counties and searching for those elusive clues in the middle of the night, calculations will be made as to who achieved the best results and will be made over a well earned Sunday morning breakfast.
For further details on how to enter, see the CT website or contact Ellis Stokes /Mike Helm


The 2015 International Auto Ecosse

Ecosse 2012Ecosse 2012 (2)

This years International Auto Ecosse is to be held over the weekend of 6/7th June.
The start of this lively event will be around the Dumfries area of the Scottish Borders and will head North West before heading to Stirling for the overnight stop over.
The second day will continue around the fine Scottish scenic roads before heading towards the East coast and finishing within sight of the English border.
For the more competitive entrants there will be individual auto tests in between the social driving of the two days.
Further details can be found on the CT website/forum/ motor sport/tours Co sponsoring the CCHMSC organised event


the Club that Does!

Club Triumph organises a full calendar of social, motoring and sporting events for its members, so however you use your Triumph there's something for you from CT!


Forthcoming Events

CT Three Counties Rally 2015
10th May 2015
North Yorkshire Triumph Weekend
15th-17th May 2015
Club Triumph National Day
24th May 2015
International Auto Ecosse
6th-7th June 2015
BCC Summer Treasure Hunt
21st June 2015
CT Warwickshire Scatter Rally
5th July 2015
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Local Group Meetings

Next week's meetings-

Glasgow
Tuesday 21st April 20:00
Nottingham
Monday 27th April 19:00

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Competitions

Club Triumph has an active competitions committee who organise grass roots motorsports events such as Road Runs, Track Days and Autosolos and have active affiliations to other organisations including the Motorsports Association, NESCRO and the Bedford Car Club.

Next comps events-
CT Three Counties Rally 2015
10th May 2015
International Auto Ecosse
6th-7th June 2015
BCC Summer Treasure Hunt
21st June 2015
CT Warwickshire Scatter Rally
5th July 2015
Standard Triumph Marque Day
18th July 2015
CT Historic Autosolo
19th July 2015

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