Events

If you have an event you would like to add to this calendar, then please email website@tr3oc.com

May
8
Fri
***Postponed***”Race the Waves” Bridlington @ Bridlington
May 8 – May 10 all-day

TR3OC field a team of 3 3-cylinder-engined machines at Race the Waves, Bridlington, 8th to 10th May 2020

The TR3OC will this year field a team of 3 machines and have a cub stand at the annual Race the Waves event https://www.backfirepromotions.com/race-the-waves-2020) to be held over the Bank Holiday of 8th to 10th May 2020. The event, organised by Backfire Promotions, is a “Retro Theatre of Auto-motion” extravaganza that harks back to the Motoring Speed Events on the Yorkshire Sands and Post War 1950s Hot-Rodders, featuring custom cars and motorcycles. Now in its 3rd year, Race the Waves will be held on the South Shore beach at Bridlington, Yorkshire. In addition to purveyors of Steampunk, Alternative Lifestyle and Goth, and displays of classic motorcycles and scooters, Race the Waves includes a beach race run along the lines of a sprint competition between 2 machines.

TR3OC has entered 3 very different machines for the beach races on the Saturday and Sunday. The machines, kindly loaned for the event by John Young, are a triple-powered race car, a triple-powered off-road outfit, and just for a bit of normality a triple-powered Jim Rice BSA flat track replica. The flat track replica is based on the Trackmaster BSA Rocket 3 tuned by Tom Cates and ridden to race success in the Sedalia 25 Mile National by Jim Rice. It also featured in “On Any Sunday” and set a land speed record at Bonneville Salt Flats. [John Young, John Syme, Ian Strong. The beach at Bridlington will resonate with the howl of three-cylinder motorcycle engines on full chat, reminiscent of the halcyon days of the Triumph Trident and BSA Rocket 3 racers of the Transatlantic Trophy races in the early 1970s in the UK, and the iconic “Slippery Sam” Trident that won 5 Isle of Man races.

The TR3OC will also have a show stand at Race the Waves with Triumph Trident and BSA Rocket 3 machines and their derivatives in the line-up. TR3OC (https://www.tr3oc.com/), a club with an international membership, is dedicated to promoting the use of BSA and Triumph push-rod engine triples and owns and restored the P1 prototype Trident. The club supports riding events and runs Beezumph, its annual track-based rally. Beezumph 29 (http://www.beezumph.com/) will be at Snetterton, Norfolk in the UK on 14th and 15th August this year and is themed “Prototypes”. For membership enquiries, please contact the Membership Secretary (membership@tr3oc.com).

The triple-engined off-road outfit entered in Race the Waves 2

Triple-engined race car entered in Race the Waves 2020

Triple-powered Jim Rice flat track replica entered in Race the Waves 2020

For more information please contact Martin Rawson (events@tr3oc.com) or Jerry Hutchinson, TR3OC PRO (pro@tr3oc.com)

Jun
5
Fri
2nd North Wales Rally @ Station Campsite
Jun 5 – Jun 7 all-day

Thank you for wanting to join the North Wales branch of the TR3OC at our 2nd North Wales Rally on June 5/6/7. We are planning to spend a weekend in beautiful countryside enjoying great company, great bikes and great food and drink.
Once settled in on Friday we plan to have a quietish night at the local pub catching up with old friends or making new ones. On Saturday, for those who wish to participate, there will be a ride out starting at 12.00 of roughly 90 miles through the beautiful Welsh countryside riding through both mountains, moor and seaside, stopping off for refreshments along the way. If you don’t fancy a ride out there are beautiful walks locally or why not take the steam train from the station adjacent to the campsite to Llangollen for some sight-seeing.
Saturday evening will involve retiring to the local pub once more where we will enjoy a BBQ, musical entertainment, talking bo**ocks and even a dance or two.
You will need to pre-book your pitch with the campsite mentioning TR3OC upon which you will receive a reduced rate of £10 per pitch (Tent, Motorhome/camper) per night (without electric) or £20 per pitch per night (with electric hook-up) There are also camping pods available at £30 per night. These are basic, no beds, but can accommodate 2 double airbeds so sleep 4 people.
We will then ask for a contribution of £10 per person towards the BBQ and entertainment.
Sunday is pack up and make your way home once more enjoying some lovely riding country.
A cooked breakfast (£7.95) is available from the pub on both mornings.
Once you have booked with the campsite please drop me an email confirming your attendance so I can keep a tab on numbers and please also include whether you require breakfasts from the pub and any dietary requirements for the BBQ.

See you all in June!
George

Contact Information.

Organiser:

George Sinclair georgesinclair02@gmail.com Tel 07894 097523

Venue:

Station Campsite, Carrog, LL21 9BD Tel: 01490 430237
The Grouse Inn, Carrog, LL21 9AU Tel: 01490 430272
Llangollen 8 miles
Corwen 7 miles.

Ride out route here

 

Welsh Flag

Jun
6
Sat
***Cancelled***Coventry Motofest @ Coventry City Centre
Jun 6 – Jun 7 all-day

MotoFest Coventry 2020

Two days of non-stop cultural celebration and motoring madness. A weekend of free family fun in the UK’s Motor City

Contact-Nigel Wheatley 01902 331105

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Jun
13
Sat
**Cancelled**Scottish Classic Motorcycle Show @ Ayr Racecourse
Jun 13 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Now Cancelled Scottish Classic Motorcycle Show

 

 The 31st Scottish Classic Motorcycle show will be held on Saturday 13th June 2020, 10:00 – 16:00. The venue, as usual, will be Ayr Racecourse, Ayr (KA8 0JE).

This year our club with the assistance of TOMCC (Glasgow), will host the guest of honour, the well known 3 x TT Winner Alex George. He will open the show, be present on our stand, present Class Awards and provide demonstrations on the last works Triumph Trident to race at the Isle of Man TT – “Son of Sam”.

We wish to support the organisers of the show: Ayr Classic Motorcycle Club by having a great display of additional triples, so why not give your triple a run out and join us, there are about 40 members in Scotland, with a similar number in the North of England, now that would be an impressive Triple gathering. So don’t be shy, if you can bring your triple along and if you can’t bring yourself along.

Anybody who wants to display their pride and joy or just help out on the day would contact either myself, Sandy Sutherland (sandyandmartina@btinternet.com) ,  Jimmy Gilchrist (jamesgilchristmando@icloud.com), Peter Nicholson (chairman@tr3oc.com) or Martin Rawson

Jun
19
Fri
Scottish Borders Weekend @ Glentress Hotel
Jun 19 – Jun 21 all-day

The 4th annual TR3OC Scottish Borders Weekend

9th – 21st  June 2019

The North of the Borders Section (NOBS) and the Tyne, Wear and Tees Section (TWATS) invite you to join us in celebrating the longest day of the year in the glorious Scottish Borders countryside. Following on from successful events in previous years, we will once again be based at the Glentress Hotel near Peebles.

Arriving on the afternoon of Friday 19th June, there is time to settle in to our accommodation and enjoy coffee/home baking on the hotel terrace before setting off for an early evening ride through twisting Borders roads for a chippie tea in Biggar. On returning to the hotel, management has offered a complimentary bottle of wine per room or pint of craft beer per person if preferred. The same will be provided free to hotel guests on the Saturday evening. On the Saturday, we’ll be riding via St Mary’s Loch (the largest loch in the Borders) to Moffat, where there are plenty options for a light lunch as well as a petrol station, before returning via the Devil’s Beef Tub. If anyone prefers an alternative outing, the classic racing is on at East Fortune that weekend, with triples in action on the track.

A meal will be arranged in the hotel on Saturday evening with the option of £17.50 for two courses (check if your personal choices would be cheaper before booking the fixed rate). After packing the bikes on Sunday morning those who wish to will set off for a 32 mile ride south to Denholm Green, to see the classic and vintage bikes and cars setting off on the annual Jimmie Guthrie Memorial run, before heading home.

The hotel has seven en-suite rooms, each with three single beds, priced at £90/night for two sharing and £100 for three. A hot buffet breakfast is an additional £7.50pp. Please book direct with the hotel quoting TR3OC to ensure you get the wine/beer deal and confirm attendance to me so I can ensure dining settings are appropriate. For those who prefer, glamping and camping are available within easy walking distance at Glentress Forest Lodges. Glamping huts are £54 per night for two people sharing and £68 for three. Camping is £12 for one person and £20 for two sharing. Motorhomes and caravans can also be accommodated and breakfasts can be had at Glentress Hotel. Please also confirm if you are choosing this option or just coming along for the day so we know to expect you on the runs and have numbers for the meal on the Saturday evening. The hotel owner has offered to arrange for local self-catering or B&B accommodation if the hotel becomes full.

We look forward to seeing you at this year’s event.

Gary Westwater

thebu@hotmail.co.uk

https://www.glentresshotel.com/

https://www.glentressforestlodges.co.uk/prices

TWATS and NOBS

Jul
11
Sat
Festival of 1000 Bikes @ Mallory Park Race Circuit
Jul 11 – Jul 12 all-day

Celebrating 50th Anniversary of the Works Racing Triples.

Contact – events @tr3oc.com or Tel Joe Johnson 01695 624373

Aug
1
Sat
Llangollen International Motorcycle Festival @ Royal International Pavilion
Aug 1 – Aug 2 all-day

LLANBIKEFEST

Royal International Pavilion, Abbey Road, Llangollen LL20 8SW

 

LlanBikeFest is run by a group of North Wales enthusiasts who are mad about bikes of all kinds – on road, off road, racing, touring, classics and custom. If they have two wheels (or three at a pinch), we love ‘em. That’s why LlanBikeFest is an ‘International Festival of Motorcycling’. A celebration of biking – not just a show.

The TR3OC will have a club stand, so come and see us at this excellent event.

http://www.llanbikefest.co.uk/

Dave Bloor

Dave Bloor, our ex.Chairman, helping out the pole dancers at the 2018 year’s event.

Aug
7
Fri
GTR 14 – German Triple Run
Aug 7 – Aug 9 all-day

A meeting for riders and friends of the old BSA and TRIUMPH Triples. That was the idea of the GERMAN TRIPLE RUN.

Two mates, Ralph and Martin had the idea and were crazy enough, to host the first meeting in their private homes with the help of their families and friends in 2007.

Without any idea how it ends, they planned two meetings. The first in Borgholzhausen, the second one year later in Weertzen. Surprised from the success – at first attempt there were 16 of these fantastic bikes on the ground – it was clear that this meeting became a regular feature. In the meantime there is a third organizer joining thr GTR family – Francis.

From year to year more guests arrives, many of them from other European countries. Over the years we had guests from Netherlands, Finland, United Kingdom, France, Belgium, Denmark, Austria and Switzerland. The visitors record was 33 competitors on bikes plus partners and friends.

The main attraction naturally is the ride on bikes together on Saturday. When do you have the opportunity to ride out with 30 other roaring British triples in a row? This picture and sound – unforgettable!

Never been here? Have we awakened your interest?

We are looking forward to you!

In Weertzen Niedersachsen

Foll details here:

http://triple-run.de/

 

Aug
15
Sat
Carol Nash International Classic Motorcycle Show – Stafford @ Staffordshire County Showground
Aug 15 @ 9:00 am – Aug 16 @ 5:00 pm

2020 marks the 75th anniversary of V.E Day and there will be a 40’s theme over the weekend across the show.

Among the many anniversary highlights will be the usual Stafford suspects. You can expect several hundred trade stands and autojumble plots in every corner of the venue, offering all the bits and pieces you could possibly need. There’s also plenty to see on club stands, in private entry displays and outside in the Classic Racer GP Paddock where the Triples are well presented.

The club stand is being organised once again by you past club chairman Dave Bloor. He is looking for someone to take over, and continue in this role.

 If you feel you can help please get in touch with Dave or Martin Rawson- events@tr3oc.com

Sep
4
Fri
Lakeland Camping Weekend 2020 @ Church Stile Farm Campsite
Sep 4 – Sep 6 all-day

The TR3OC Lakeland Camping Weekend 2020.

Location: Church Stile Holiday Park, Nether Wasdale, Cumbria, CA20 1ET

Saturday: Planned ride-out to place of interest, returning for evening meal locally.

Booking your stay could not be easier:

Book Online at www.churchstile.com (filling in TR3OC in the special requirements box)

Or

Phone the Campsite on (01946) 726 252. Mention TR3OC.

Campsite queries by Email: info@churchstile.com

Contact the organisers to advise of your attendance by:

Email: Stuileaks@yahoo.com

Or

Phone: (0191) 263 3600

YOU MUST DO THIS.

The event is limited to a strictly enforced maximum of 50 patrons. Also, we need to contact you with updates and arrange booking of your Saturday evening meal.

Please be advised, the Holiday Park operates a QUIET SITE policy between 11pm & 7am. It is anticipated that all attendees will be considerate in this respect.

Jim D. Smith – Organiser

Stui Paul Smith – Coordinator

Sep
11
Fri
17th French Trident & Rocket 3 International Rally @ Angevine Région (Maine & Loire)
Sep 11 – Sep 13 all-day

17th French Trident & Rocket 3 International Rally

The French Trident & Rocket 3 Club is organising its 17th Classic Triple rally in the Angevine Région (Maine & Loire)
The amount of entries is limited to 90 people, so it is exclusively reserved for owners of Classic BSA & TRIUMPH Triples coming on their motorcycles.

If you are not already registered on our Triples Owners list but would like to receive a registration form when it is distributed, please send me your contact details to the following address:

club-tridentrocket3france@orange.fr
Contact: Georges BOISNIERE
Phone: 00 33 6 30 35 36 74

Oct
31
Sat
AGM 2020 @ Triumph Visitor Centre
Oct 31 all-day

Placeholder for the TR3OC AGM 2020.

Full details to be announced soon.

Any questions contact Peter Nicholson chairman@tr3oc.com or Martin Rawson events@tr3oc.com