Welcome to the Triumph Owners Motorcycle Club (TOMCC NZ Inc.) of New Zealand.

We are a club that embraces owners of Triumph motorcycles and their families, whether their Triumphs were made in Meriden or Hinckley factories, and we welcome all motorcycle enthusiasts at our events.

Visit our facebook page https://www.facebook.com/tomccnz

To find out more about our club and its chapters, plus its objectives and origins click on About Us.


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Upcoming events …


Otago & Southland Area kickstarter ride and overnighter to Owaka

When: Saturday 1st June 2024.

All weather ride – Ride it all or part of it.

Open to all members while billed as a “Kick Starter Ride ” the Focus of the ride is getting members with older Triumph’s out for a group ride but is not restricted to kick start Triumph’s with members on newer bikes attending.

Ride details; Saturday 1st June 2024 meeting at 11am under shelter of Clinton RD Petroleum service station / cafe for a break & kick start bikes to fuel up.

Heading off via the Owaka Valley Road for lunch and overnighter in the township of Owaka.

Accommodation is for you to arrange ideally at Thomas’s Catlins Lodge and holiday park – Owaka.

Any questions please ask.


John Witherington

Otago & Southland Chapter of TOMCC NZ coordinator


Canterbury Area overnighter to Kaikoura

When – Saturday 8th June 2024.

Time  – For the official ride meet at the Belfast Hotel ( The Peg ) carpark at 10.15 am for a 10.30 am departure. 

Lunch – Lunch stop at Cheviot around midday.

Kaikoura – Arriving at around 2.00 pm. Our meeting place and social venue will be the Lobster Inn.

Accommodation – Please arrange your own. The Lobster Inn Motor Lodge is the chosen venue by some of our members. If you choose to stay somewhere else it is recommended that you are in walking distance to the Lobster Inn.

Evening Meal – It is proposed to book a table at the Lobster Inn but only for you if you let me know by the Kings Birthday. Otherwise you can book your own table.

Transport – Optional due to the time of year. If you are suffering from Brass Monkey withdrawal symptoms take your bike. Otherwise no one will mind if you choose 4 wheels. The emphasis is on getting together and having a good time.

Sunday – Return home or stay another night.

Hopefully see you there.

Kind Regards

Chris Reid 

TOMCC NZ Canterbury

Phone or Txt –  027 226 4375