The motto of the club is “All to Preserve & Drive the Triumph” and we certainly do both. We also enjoy socializing, friendship and supporting each other with technical advice. Everything from a full body off restoration to changing a fuse can be achieved with help from your fellow members.
Experts are always available and our Marque Coordinators are on-hand to help members with similar Triumph models: TR2/3/3A/3B, TR4/4A, TR5/250, TR6, TR7/8, Spitfire/GT6, Stag, Herald / Vitesse, Standard and pre-war-designed models such as the Triumph Roadster and Triumph Continental. Before purchasing a Triumph you should consider chatting with one of the marque coordinators whose contact information is provided in the top menu structure under the ‘General Officers’ tab.
Driving Your TRiumph
We love to drive our cars and our events schedule includes many opportunities to enjoy them to the full. Our monthly meetings often include a driving element and major events, several of which are organised each year, offer longer trips and overnight stays. We also encourage members to organise their own impromptu trips and outings with fellow members in their local area.
Each May the ‘Spring Fling’ weekend is in various Ontario locations. Organization for this event alternates each year between our club and the MG Car Club of Toronto, encouraging friendships outside of the Triumph fraternity.
Our own three-day ‘Canadian Classic’ is held every year in July. Previous gatherings have been at Algonquin, London, Waterloo, Ottawa, Deerhurst Resort in Huntsville, Port Hope/Mosport, Newmarket, Niagara Falls, Picton, Collingwood, Kingston, Peterborough, Barrie, Burlington, Sarnia, and Belleville. The event includes scenic drives, quizzes, a concours and participants choice car show & shine, awards banquet and of course, lots of fun!
Other featured events include a Fall Colours Drive and a two- or four-day Summer Drive which in the recent past has included a circumnavigation of Lake Ontario, Georgian Bay, Lake Erie, Lake Superior and also destinations such as the Finger Lakes in upstate New York.
On the third Sunday in September we host our British Car Day© at Bronte Creek Provincial Park, Oakville. It is the largest one-day British car event in North America. Most British marques are represented from Austin to Wolesley, together with British related vendor stalls and flea market. Over 1,000 vehicles and 9,000 people usually attend. View our 2018 BCD Anniversary Cars
For more information on BCD, click on the button below.
The club has regularly scheduled meetings, usually on the third Tuesday of the month starting at 7pm. Currently we don’t have a primary base for our meetings, locations vary throughout the year as we visit specific venues for technical seminars and social nights. We also encourage spouses to attend our social functions and regularly hold meetings which have food provided and other attractions. Check the ‘Events Calendar’ section on the top menu for last minute details.
Lots of fine TTC merchandise is available through our new regalia supplier, Kim Print. Just click on the Purchase button below. Kim will be adding to the selection on a regular basis. Please let us know if there’s something in particular you’d like to see.
Effective June 1, 2015, membership fees are:
- Canadian Membership: $40 per year
- Canadian Junior Membership (25 years old & younger): $25 per year
- US Membership: $50 per year
- International Membership: $60 per year
- You will receive a membership card, lapel pin, license plate surround and window decal, when you join.
Wherever you’re located, fair days or foul, you can enjoy your membership to the Toronto Triumph Club year around. Our quarterly award-winning magazine, RAGTOP©, is highly regarded as one the best club magazines available, rivaling some newsstand publications for content and quality.
It is filled with news, stories, tech-tips, member profiles, great photos and supplier ads and it’s all in FULL COLOUR! To view a recent edition of our magazine, click on the magazine cover below.