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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 Herald 13/60 convertible

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Cover of January 2018'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
  • Triumph Register
  • Free advertising in the Magazine and on website.


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!


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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.

Fancy a run out?

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Well there is always someone or a Club area that is always wanting to keep the Triumphs active during 'dull' season.
Autumn and winter can get a bit depressing, especially when you put the clocks back eagerly awaiting Spring time and the start of the Club events calendar. The Cheshire and Staffs area seem to be getting out and about as they increase attendances and The Hull and East Riding area have a run planned for November. So how about other areas?
Attending the local area meets will give plenty of information on what is planned during the 'end of season' months ahead.

CT Warwickshire Winter Rally

Warwick Castle

The 4th March 2017 will see numerous CT cars and crews congregate in Weston Under Wetherley near Coventry for a day of navigation fun, with breakfast included in the entry cost. On the Sunday morning, tea and coffee will greet the entrants prior to signing on for the 3rd edition of the Warwickshire Winter event, this year entitled ‘A Bridge Too Far’. The event will be a traditional 12 car rally, using various check-points and clues to define a route teams must follow. The route will include some fantastic driving roads that many teams may not have driven before. The event will finish at a public house, where Sunday lunch will be available, as well as a range of hot and cold drinks. The food is great value for money and the pub has a welcoming atmosphere. Space will be reserved for CT teams. Throughout the day there will be a few tie-breakers and bonus questions for those taking the beginner class, and these will also contribute to the positions for Novice and Expert. These events are fun and social, with the inevitable friendly competitiveness, often with a good variety of cars entered and can be as challenging as the teams wish to make them. The event will finish at the pub where presentations for 1st, 2nd and 3rd in class will take place. The event will be split into classes as follows;

  • Beginners (Non-Competitive Navigation)
  • Novice (Easy to middling navigation)
  • Expert (Middling to hard navigation)
Places are limited, so book early to avoid disappointment! To enter this fantastic event, apply to Jon Fallowell, with the download form available from the CT website, or request one by email from

Coast to Coast run for Drive it Day

C2C 4 DiD photo

Club Triumph proudly announces the first Coast to Coast Run for Drive it Day.

The 2018 C2C will start around 5pm Saturday April 21st at Anglesey race circuit with a meal and the opportunity of some sighting laps around the circuit. The run itself then sees us head off across country via an absolute belter of a route taking in some of the best driving roads in Wales and England, arriving at the finish point, Southwold (Suffolk) around 8am the following morning for breakfast. This event will be non-competitive with no complicated navigation and the full route will be given to all entrants in advance of the start.

For anyone out there that is entering the RBRR for the first time, this is an excellent opportunity to give both your car and crew a shake down prior to the 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

Bedford Car Club Santa Rally
21st January 2018
CMC January Jaunt 12 Car Rally
26th January 2018
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Local Group Meetings

Next week's meetings-

Southern Area 2nd meeting
Thursday 18th January 20:00
Wednesday 24th January 20:00

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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-
Bedford Car Club Santa Rally
21st January 2018
CMC January Jaunt 12 Car Rally
26th January 2018