Welcome to the Triumph Riders Motorcycle Club (TRMCC NZ) New Zealand website.
Not to be missed!!
Manawatu TRMCC June Monthly Ride- 30 June 2013
All are welcome to participate the more the merrier and better for the museum.
This site is currently getting approx 1500 visits per month!
News page updated 18/03/13
Invitation to Waitete Orchard restaurant in Waihi
We now have a Buy - Sell page (button half way down on the left)
Our 2nd Anniversay and AGM details here.. 10 August 2013
Pics from the ANZA Autumn Run held Sunday 7 April here.
Congrats to new Auckland President.. details on the News page.
Christchurch TRMCC First ride on 10 March.. details here.
Our first Newsletter is available here (September 2012).
Our second Newsletter is available here (October 2012)
Our third Newsletter is available here (December 2012)
Our fourth Newsletter is available here (January 2013)
Our fifth Newsletter is available here (Feb 2013)
March 2013 Newsletter here
May 2013 Newsletter here
Check out some pics from Mark Nansett of the Triumph factory here.
Motorcycle Insurance - We have an arrangement with an insurance company that is prepared to give club members 20% discount on their bike insurance. Contact Les for details - email@example.com, or 027 271 2391, (06) 368-2868
Rat Marshall is our new Promotions Officer and we will be working closely with him in promoting the club. This role includes him in the National Committee.
Here's a vid of an amazing barn find. When the video finishes, let it run on to the next, and the next. Some great old bikes get started up. Barn Find.
Check out Steve's modifications of his Legend.
Say no more...
To celebrate their 110th Anniversary,
Triumph has released a limited edition T100.
Check it out here
HAVE YOU SEEN THIS BIKE?
Contact Kevin Dalzell on 021 799-307 or firstname.lastname@example.org
or the Wellington Police.
Photos of the bike are available here.
Members, join the forum on the Members page!
This club is affiliated with the Triumph Riders Club in South Australia
You may contact us using this form, or by email or phone via the Contact page.
As a club we stand opposed to the use of
High Vis Vests or other similar gear
For the history of Triumph Motorcycles go to www.ianchadwick.com