Welcome to the Suffolk Branch of the TOMCC

The TOMCC celebrates 65 years of existence this year, the same age as the original Thunderbird, which is now in its third incarnation!

The Suffolk branch of the TOMCC has been established for many years now and has grown to 100 members! Itís run by a small enthusiastic committee and member participation is both encouraged and welcomed.

We offer friendship, ride-outs, social events, help and advice on owning and riding Triumphs and opportunities to get involved if you want to. Regular activities include breakfast runs, shows and rallies etc. Branch members usually attend major events like Triumph Live in the UK and Tridays in Austria. Extra social events like quiz nights and 10 pin bowling competitions are also organised regularly.

We invite all TOMCC members and prospecting Triumph owners to come and join us at our headquarters. We are a mixed bunch, quite harmless and very enthusiastic about our Triumphs whether from the Meriden or Hinckley camp (many of us own both) and there's a lot of expertise shared amongst us all.

On this web site you will find out what events are taking place and details of branch meets and run outs. The photo section contains pictures of past events and other interesting topics. This site will slowly evolve as more content is added and it is hoped that members will help with this by sending in photos and articles of anything that would be of interest to our members.

So please pop along one night and introduce yourself, it's a great pub and the landlord treats all of his customers very well. We get special treatment in the form of sandwiches and possibly the best chips in the world!

2016 AGM Report


2016 Calender of events



NOTE - to all branch members, the web site content isn't all down to the webmaster. So please feel free to contribute, this can be in the form of photos, stories, accounts of rallies & shows old and new. Funny tales, life with your Triumph, tech stuff etc you get the picture (see Arnie's piece in 'stuff').
Please send to me.  
thank you,
Stephen Byrne.