The Meriden Branch

The Triumph Owners Motorcycle Club
welcomes owners of CLASSIC and MODERN Triumph motorcycles.

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Notrhants Branch “Vibrations”  September  2020


                             Classic Hand Lining in Hinckley

    Fast Approaching


Government regulations now state maximum of 6 people can meet.

Larger groups standing or sitting in multiples of 6 is specifically prohibited in the new ruling.

We can not hold our usual Monday meetings September 14 or onward until further notice.




 Recent Changes


08 Oct Barry’s End to End pictures

25  Sep Branch report added

11 Sep New COVID19 restriction on meetings

01 Sep September Northants “Vibrations”

31 Aug Branch report added

03 Aug Branch report added

21 July Branch report added

05 Jun Branch report added

03 May Library updated (5 additions) May Vibrations

29 Apr New item on Links page, Branch report added

31 Mar Branch report added

27 Mar Hailwood 2020 story(click picture above)

18 Mar Covid-19 Club closure notice

25 Feb Branch reports uploaded

Page edited 08 Oct 2020

COVID-19


In light of government policy on the virus social meetings are restricted until further notice.

The Branch list of events must be regarded as a statement of what we intend to return to when the situation returns to normal. None of those events rides or meetings will take place in the mean time.

Meriden Branch has a FaceBook group which members can join to keep in touch.

Email our branch secretary to request to join.

For those of us who do not do FB there is the TOMCC Members Forum .

However you do it  - Keep in touch.

If you are a Meriden Branch member and not receiving regular emails please email Ian at membership@triumphmeriden.org.uk and he will add it for you so that we can keep you informed.

. Meriden Branch Web Shop .. The runs are back on - with distance .Branch 40 year pin badgeEndToEndEndToEnd

While most of us have been keeping our heads down Barry has done a run from Coventry to the ends of this island and back on his 1963 Tiger 90 during some of the wettest weather for years.