Frequently Asked Questions
In 1974 there was then a small group of people probably best known to one another as competitors for the second hand parts that used to lie behind Triumphtune who wanted a club of their own simply Something for Triumph Sports Cars. A meeting was convened at the house of Peter Cooper and the Triumph Sports Owners of W A was born. The club was formed to “Preserve Triumph Sports Cars and to further the Sporting and Social interests of their owners”
We endevour to have one event each month. The events vary from hill climbs, to an autokhana to speed events. The tracks used include Barbagallo racetrack, RAC trainin centre, Speed Dome and Collie racetrack.
Like the competition we endevour to have one social event each month. These will include breakfast and lunch runs, overnight trips to country locations, wildflower runs, fish and chip runs and evening social events at members houses
No, we encourage people interested in combining motoring and social activities together. A member without a triumph can attend all meetings and functions, receive all correspondence but will have no voting rights and will not receives clubman points
Clubman points are awarded for participation in any club including social, meetings, competition, whether just in attendance or as a helper. Additional points are given if you turn up to the event in a triumph vehicle. In July each year the Clubman of the year is announced based on the most points received
Go to the Market Place tab on the website and fill out the “how to sell a product through the TSOA” and email as instructed. Your add will then be loaded onto the forsale page.
We meet on the second Tuesday of each month at the Stirling Arms Hotel Guildford at 8.00pm. If you come early (6.30pm) you can join other members for a meal or drink before the meeting .Instructions are on about us tab.
Yes there is a national meeting held in a different state every year. It is generally held over 7 days and attracts about 100 triumph minded enthusiasts.