ABOUT US

The Triumph Riders Motorcycle Club of NZ Incorporated (TRMCC) consists of members who are passionate about the Triumph brand of motorcycles, whether they be from the Coventry, Meriden, Harris, or modern Hinckley era.

We enjoy good companionship, good rides and always welcome the opportunity to meet like-minded people.

The club was formed to meet the need of Triumph enthusiasts to have a brand specific club.  Full membership requires that you own and ride a Triumph motorcycle, but associate membership is open to those who own and ride a BEARs motorcycle.

TRMCC is affiliated with the Triumph Riders Club in South Australia and the Hinckley Triumph Owners Club (HTOC) Internarional.

TRMCC is a brand enthusiast’s club and operates as a registered independent incorporated society in compliance with the Incorporated Societies Act 1908.  TRMCC wishes to make it clear that its rules, policies, expressed views or products are not in any way associated with, or necessarily endorsed, by Triumph Motorcycles Limited (UK) or Triumph Designs Limited (UK).

A copy of our Constitution is available here and our privacy statement is available here

Founding Members
Back Row: Rat, Nutz, Wally, Wayne
Middle Row: Chris, Steve, Ed, Mal
Front Row: Ralph, Terry, Les, Steve
Absent: Nicko, Ian

The Beginning

The Triumph Riders Motorcycle Club of NZ (TRMCC) was formed in August 2011 by a group of founding members who wanted a new club that represented people who aspired more to ride their Triumphs than simply be an enthusiast of the brand.

An initial meeting took place in Bulls, a small town in the North Island of New Zealand where a plan was put together to initiate the club and set some ground rules. A key rule is full membership being open only to those who own and ride a Triumph motorcycle, and associate membership being available by invitation to the owners/riders of BEARS (British, European, and American) motorcycles only. Also, it is only full members of the Triumph Riders MCC, i.e.: the owners & riders of Triumphs, who can vote on rules governing the Club, belong to the National Committee or the National Executive. The club is fully controlled by the Triumph riders club members only.

Contact was made with the Triumph Riders Club in Southern Australia and an affiliation with them was formed. Their constitution was used as a basis for forming our own constitution, but which has been adapted over the years to meet the needs of members. Triumph Riders MCC has enjoyed good growth with chapters in both islands of New Zealand. North Island chapters can be found in Northland, Auckland, Waikato, Great Lake Taupo, Bay of Plenty, Taranaki, Wanganui, Manawatu, Hawkes Bay and Wellington. South Island chapters include Nelson, Tasman, Marlborough, West Coast and Canterbury. Today the Club is also affiliated with the Hinckley Triumph Owners Club, which is a worldwide body.

The Club’s founding chapter was the Wanganui chapter with the Club’s constitution giving recognition and acknowledgement to the original members of the Wanganui Triumph Riders Chapter and their place in the Club’s history.

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Triumph Riders Motorcycle Club New Zealand

Triumph Riders Motorcycle Club New Zealand

The Triumph Riders Motorcycle Club consists of members and associates who are passionate about the Triumph brand of motorcycles.

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Here’s one for our hardworking National Information Officer Chris Guy which encapsulates two of his greatest passions – motorcycles and guitars. See MoreSee Less

Here’s one for our hardworking National Information Officer Chris Guy which encapsulates two of his greatest passions - motorcycles and guitars.

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Mayes rickenbacker guitar was stolem along with a fender from stokes valley lsst week if anyone hears anything he would appreciate it, unlike my spelling. Lol

Good onya Chris Guy 👍🏻

Very funny helmet safety video produced by the Danish Road Safety Council.
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Good news folks, we have been able to renew the Club’s discount on the Interislander for another 12 months, albeit with a few changes.
The discount is still for 10 percent (like Bluebridge) but the Interislander has told us it is moving to a dynamic fare system to help pay for increased environmental costs forced on them by government in changing the type of fuel they use. Fares will now vary depending on demand, time of year and times of sailing. But whatever the fare we’ll still get 10 percent off except for peak season 16 December to 01 February when no discount applies.
But the system will be easier as we no longer have to go through group bookings option but enter a special TRMCC promo code on the payments page to get the discount.
The existing discount code applies until 15 December but from 01 February members will have to use the special promo code listed on the benefits page on the members only section of the website and this will change every year. This code will not be shared publicly and due to abuse, Interislander staff will be checking membership cards at the terminal, so don’t forget to travel with it.
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Good news folks, we have been able to renew the Club’s discount on the Interislander for another 12 months, albeit with a few changes. 
The discount is still for 10 percent (like Bluebridge) but the Interislander has told us it is moving to a dynamic fare system to help pay for increased environmental costs forced on them by government in changing the type of fuel they use. Fares will now vary depending on demand, time of year and times of sailing. But whatever the fare we’ll still get 10 percent off except for peak season 16 December to 01 February when no discount applies.
But the system will be easier as we no longer have to go through group bookings option but enter a special TRMCC promo code on the payments page to get the discount. 
The existing discount code applies until 15 December but from 01 February members will have to use the special promo code listed on the benefits page on the members only section of the website and this will change every year. This code will not be shared publicly and due to abuse, Interislander staff will be checking membership cards at the terminal, so don’t forget to travel with it.

For anyone going to the High Country if you haven’t yet booked accommodation, 2x rooms have freed up at The Crate & Barrell in Leeston. Get in quick. See MoreSee Less

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