2018 Run Details

Wessex and New Forest Triumph Run - Sunday 29th April 2018

All Triumph Cars and their owners are invited to join us again for what has become a must event in the Triumph calendar. 

The Run will start from the Ringwood Long Stay / Lorry Park at approximately 10.30am on Sunday 29th April 2018. It will be the usual leisurely drive through the New Forest and surrounding countryside in the company of other Triumph cars and their owners.

This year the format will change slightly in that there will not be a halfway halt.

Instead there will be a Run of approximately 2 hours length which will end at Boldre Memorial Hall where complementary afternoon teas will be available.

We hope this new format will provide everyone more time to enjoy your picnics and socialise with other Triumph enthusiasts at the end of the Run.

The day will conclude with the customary Prize Giving around 3.30pm. 

The closing date for entries is 31st March 2018. 

Entries received after this date are not guaranteed and will be at the discretion of the organisers.

We look forward to seeing you and your Triumph on the day. 

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Welcome to the Wessex and New Forest Triumph Run website.
Organised by the Wessex Area of the Triumph Sports Six Club with the assistance of the Southern Area of the TR Drivers Club, this event involves the participation of members from all the Triumph Clubs including the TR Register and the Stag Owners. If you own a Triumph you are welcome to join in.
The event involves a leisurely drive around the western region of the New Forest and Surrounding Countryside in the company of fellow enthusiasts. The camaraderie of the event is an excellent example of how all the Triumph Clubs can work together at a local level for the good of the Triumph Marque and the Classic Car movement as a whole. To this end we support the Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs and their “Drive It Day”, the aim of which is to keep historic vehicles on the road and the preservation of our road transport heritage.