About Us

TOMCC New Zealand Inc.

Our members own a range of the older Meriden Triumphs and the modern Hinckleys. Visit the gallery page and also the individual Chapter pages to see photos of members and their bikes.

Become a member of TOMCC NZ Inc and enjoy the many benefits of membership, socialise with people with the same interest in motorcycling and gain access to businesses that extend discounts to members. If you wish to find out more information about a particular chapter, contact the area coordinator closest to you by clicking the Chapter Links in the top menu, which include contact information.

Applications and subscriptions should be sent to the TOMCC Secretary on the Contact page

The club was first formed in 1993 by Darryl Payne and a group of enthusiastic Triumph owners in Christchurch. Interest in the club has steadily grown with members (now numbering in the hundreds) drawn from throughout New Zealand from a diverse range of backgrounds who all share one thing in common…..a love of the British made Triumph motorcycles both modern (Hinckley) and old (Meriden).

The main objectives of the club are:

  • To encourage family participation in the activities of the club as much as possible
  • To form an information service amongst members, in relation to parts and repairs for Triumph motorcycles
  • To promote interest in the preservation and restoration of the British made Triumph motorcycles

The club has active chapters in Northland, Auckland, Franklin, Waikato/Bay of Plenty, Taranaki, Wanganui, Manawatu-Wellington, Canterbury, Dunedin and Invercargill. We also have smaller clusters of members in the Central Plateau, Hawkes Bay,  Nelson, and the West Coast of the South Island.

A National Rally is held every year in February, usually with one in the South Island followed by two in the North Island.

TOMCC New Zealand is continually forming links and associations with other Triumph Owners Clubs throughout the world and is pleased to be associated with the Yorkshire Rose branch of the TOMCC UK. The Yorkshire branch operates an interactive forum, which you are invited to visit and participate in. www.yorkshirerosetomcc.co.uk