Club Triumph is the longest standing Triumph car club, tracing its DNA back to the Triumph Sports Owners Association and the Standard Triumph Automobile Association, both founded by the factory in 1954. The Club aims to encourage owners and enthusiasts in the restoration, preservation and driving of all Triumph and Triumph based cars. It is recognized by Motorsport UK and is a member of the Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs. Club Triumph is a friendly and welcoming club managed and run by members on a voluntary basis.
Club Torque, our full colour 84 page magazine in A4 format, is published six times a year with updates on Club events, articles on members’ cars, technical help and offers on parts and services, including insurance. Back issues are available on the Club’s website. A newsletter is emailed to members in intervening months. Our website and lively discussion forum also keep members in touch and local groups meet regularly throughout the UK.
We attend several shows each year, including November’s Classic Motor Show at the NEC, giving members the chance to show their vehicles. The emphasis in Club Triumph, however, is on providing numerous opportunities for members to DRIVE their cars. Our flagship event, the Round Britain Reliability Run, is held every other October and involves a route of 2,000 miles, covered in 48 hours. Since 1990 RBRR crews have raised over three quarters of a million pounds in sponsorship in support of several worthy charities. Alternating with this event is the biennial Ten Countries Run round Europe – over 2,000 miles in five days with stunning roads. We also offer more leisurely weekend tours for those who prefer to sightsee and socialize. The club arranges track days, autosolos and twelve-car rallies for members with more sporting inclinations – truly there is something for everyone in Club Triumph.