Upcoming Events

Jun
25
Fri
all-day Scottish Borders Weekend @ Glentress Hotel
Scottish Borders Weekend @ Glentress Hotel
Jun 25 – Jun 27 all-day
Scottish Borders Weekend @ Glentress Hotel
The 4th (almost) Annual TR3OC Scottish Borders Weekend Friday 25th to Sunday 27th June 2021 The North of the Borders Section (NOBS) and the Tyne, Wear and Tees Section (TWATS) invite you to join us[...]
Jul
4
Sun
all-day CANCELLED! Kirkcaldy Motorcycle ... @ Ice Arena
CANCELLED! Kirkcaldy Motorcycle ... @ Ice Arena
Jul 4 all-day
Unfortunately the Kirkcaldy Motorcycle Show has been cancelled New event for the club, held on the ice ring which is a first! Ran by the Kirkcaldy Motor Cycle Club which had in the past held[...]
Jul
9
Fri
all-day Jurassic Camping @ Woodyhyde Campsite
Jurassic Camping @ Woodyhyde Campsite
Jul 9 – Jul 10 all-day
A new event for the club. It is basically a camping weekend with ride outs and walks in a beautiful coastal area of Dorset. Corfe Castle is just over a mile away, Swanage heritage railway[...]

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Triple Tales

Some of our members are renowned for being able to tell a good tale – Most of them end up in our Magazine “Triple Echo”. Here are a small selection for you to enjoy.

There are more Triple Tales for club members to enjoy; access them here.

TE191Cover2SM Steve Rothera tells the story – originally printed in TE191 of how Mike Armstrong became the proud owner of the very last T160 to be made- Click on the picture to download the Story in Acrobat pdf format.
TE191MadMoped CoverSM It sounded like a great idea – Take a group of lunatics – equip each with a n NVT Easy Rider or equivalent Moped and ride them from Land’s End to John O’Groats for charity…Here’s what actually happened and the pictures to prove it!- reprinted from TE191 Click on the picture to download the Story in Acrobat pdf format.
TE202 In an article published in TE202, Jim Smith tells what it is really like to replace the barrels on a triple; a story we can all relate to………

Further Triple Tales are available for club members only to view, including and excellent article by Pete Churchill on Triple Cam Timing, by clicking here.