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FROM THE PREZ Well another year come and gone and the start of a new one with all that the future holds. I would like to wish everyone a Happy New Year and hope you get plenty of good times during this coming year. We managed to see out the New Year with a big bash at our Christmas ride and BBQ at Brian “Gypsy” and Mandy Campbell’s place. We had about 50 members and family join in on the day and thank you once Contact Information again to Gypsy and Mandy for allowing us the use their house. While it Address was a lunch BBQ get together, for some, it went on into the night. I am Triumph Riders Club Inc. sure all who made it had a good feed, plenty of Christmas cheer and PO Box 598 even a few drinks. Glenelg SA 5045 The Club put together its first very own calendar for 2011 and we have Web virtually sold out, maybe a few copies yet to come back, but by all www.triumph-riders-club.org.au reports a great success. Looks like another annual event and we even Committee have some sponsors lined up already for the 2012 calendar. If you did President not get your copy of the calendar, send Gary Vial an email Shane Ince (firstname.lastname@example.org) to see if we have any left. email@example.com Now looking forward to 2011 we have plenty of rides and events Secretary Brian Campbell planned. Our normal Sunday and Friday night rides, weekends away, firstname.lastname@example.org long weekends away and a trip to the RAT Rally in Albury. Our 2010 Toy Run stand and display was a success so we will be looking forward Treasurer Gary Vial to setting up another stand in 2011. We are also having a display of 20 email@example.com bikes at the All British Day at Uraidla, Sunday February 13 th this year. Meet at 9 am at the Café Next Door on that day if you are interested in Membership Gary Vial displaying your bike. We have to be on the oval before 10 am and you firstname.lastname@example.org will not be able to leave the grounds until 4 pm. The Club will have a shade tent and display so you will have somewhere to have a rest or Merchandise Jim “Butcher” Brierton stay out of the sun if it is hot. email@example.com Dwayne Hall has let me know that due to commitments with his Webmaster football club (read soccer for us Aussies) as a trainer he will have to Chris Roberts stand-down as a committee member. Dwayne will continue to be a firstname.lastname@example.org member and help out when he can so you will still see his face around Ride Leader on rides. Dwayne has been a member of the Club since day one and Kevin Jones even had a stint as President. I would like to personally thank Dwayne email@example.com for all his hard work and commitment to the committee over the last Newsletter Editor few years, his feedback and input will be missed by all on the Theresa Jones committee. firstname.lastname@example.org Well time to enjoy the great weather we are finally having now and I Other Committee Members Daryl Rosser look forward to catching up with all of you at one of our many rides in Greg Songer 2011. Phil Woodham Shane Ince Triumph Riders Club Inc Newsletter January 2011 G/day members, CLUB NEWS Triumph Motorcycles 2011 RAT Raid Well people, it was that time of year again when Friday 8th April, Saturday 9th April and everyone’s bike gets as much bling as Kev’s and we Sunday 10th April 2011 all get the opportunity to feel we have done our good deed for the year, the annual Adelaide MRA Christmas Toy Run. The Triumph Riders Club will be attending the RAT Rally in 2011. We will be meeting at the BP Service This year it was decided that the TRC would have a Station, 10 Princes Highway, Tailem Bend on display of bikes on the oval along with a small Wednesday 6th April at 9:30 am for a 10 am marquee to promote the club and pedal some of departure to Swan Hill (434 km) with an overnight our quality merchandise. So with the scene set and stop there. We will then be going to Albury those club members deciding to go straight up to (390km) for the rally arriving on the Thursday Hahndorf oval early to set up, the wheels were in afternoon. We plan to leave to come back to motion. Adelaide on Monday 11th April to arrive home on Wednesday 13th April. The route home is yet to be After last year’s Toy Run, where the TRC had been finalized so we will let you know as soon as given the honour of leading the run, all be it very possible when it has been finalized to organise brief and hostile with the altercations taking place accommodation. with the hog riders, there was no organised gathering of TRC members at the starting point. Should you wish to join us you will need to book your own accommodation for Swan Hill and For my part I had decided to purchase a drive chain Albury. At Swan Hill (6th April, 2011 one night) we for the Royal Wedding Bonnie earlier in the week, will be staying at the Swan Hill Riverside Caravan after it sitting all winter without one, so we could Park have a show of older Triumphs at the oval, I fitted http://www.swanhillriverside.com.au/4224/Home/ the chain the day before and went for a run to get a feel for the old girl (Diana) again...Twang! I couldn’t All the information for accommodation options for believe it the split link had let go and the chain was the rally is at wrapped around the drive sprocket and wedged in. http://www.triumph.co.uk/australia/7599.aspx I managed to feed it back through and get the chain You will need to book for Thursday 7th April until off but with no sign of the split link I was on the and including Sunday 10th April (4 nights). The phone to my trusty wife to come and pick me up to RAT organizers have negotiated a special price so go home where I had the old link from the last don’t forget to mention you are booking for the chain, the old link was a bit suss but good enough Rally. (Attached at page 12 of this newsletter is a to get me back home. copy of the RAT rally accommodation details for The Lake Hume Resort, Albury, Victoria.) So what now? I thought the best thing was to put the bike on the trailer and take it up there by car Also at the Triumph website (what a fraud) the Motorcycle Toy Run by Toyota http://www.triumph.co.uk/australia/7599.aspx Celica! Oh well. Once I got to the oval unloaded the you will find all the information about the Rally bike and rode it across to our pitch I started to feel including registration and the event program. part of the motorcycle fraternity again and slotted These events are usually well attended so do not into place alongside the other members bikes to leave any of your bookings too late. complete a fine display of Triumph’s. You will find the 2011 Rat Raid registration form at All the merchandise was displayed, singlets, T- the following link shirts, caps, stubby holders and the very popular http://www.triumphmotorcycles.net.au/em1/dow 2011 TRC calendar, the TRC display site was nloads/Registration.pdf. looking very professional, the sun was breaking through and there was still time to grab a coffee, ••••••••••••••••••••••••••• check out some of the other stalls and have a yack. 2 Triumph Riders Club Inc Newsletter January 2011 As it turned out we had plenty of time as the Toy Hoping you all have a great 2011 and I’m looking Run was running late now for some reason only forward to catching up with you on one of our TRC known to SAPOL. The Toy Run this year wasn’t rides. going to get the police support it has enjoyed on previous years, the traffic lights were to operate as Brian (Gypsy) Campbell normal on Anzac Highway and Cross Road and very TRC Secretary little flow offered to 10,000 plus gift bearing motorcyclists. When Santa and the first of the riders arrived there were plenty of frustrated faces RIDE REPORTS on the oval and as the crowds started to mingle We had a good turnout of 35 riders that included a there were similar tales of an hour to get up Cross few new faces as well as one new old face. Kevin Road and then a huge bottleneck at the Hahndorf led the ride on his festively decorated bike with exit instead of the usual Mt Barker exit causing Hans as tail end Charlie. The weather had mayhem on the Freeway. Now if this is to be the threatened to be wet with early rain, but by the case for future Toy Runs maybe the event could be start of the ride, we had pleasantly dry conditions. called the Christmas Poker Run and an open invitation made to all Adelaide motorcycle clubs with no exceptions, then see what type of police assistance would be on hand – I think every available officer would be on duty and the police helicopter to guide the flow. OK back off my soapbox now, well the day did go really well as far as the club is concerned with lots of interest generated and plenty of TRC gear shifting off the shelves, most popular again being the TRC 2011 calendar, although Dwayne said I We commuted through Magill then headed up was doing a great job of drawing people into our Norton Summit Road, bearing right through pitch, to be honest I did feel like a pushy merchant Summertown and over the top of Mount Lofty, at a Turkish Bazaar, but with the club making over which was distinctly cooler than Burnside. Then $500 on the day it was worth all the hard sell. through Sterling, Ironbank, and Cherry Gardens, to the finale of the first section: the “Clarendon Road So as the crowds drifted away and the oval cleared Scenic Highway”. it was time for all hands to dismantle the stall and pack away the gear and congratulate one another We took a break at Clarendon. I much appreciated on the achievements of a top day, jump on our the 5 minute warning prior to leaving Clarendon bikes and ride home or in my case back across the having been left behind on the last ride! oval to the trailer, “off to buy a new split link and make sure I fit it correctly”. On a personal note I would like to say thanks to all that came to my place for the Christmas BBQ and making it a great success, Kev again did a great job as ride leader on the day, unfortunately I had to miss out on the run (the wife grounded me). A big thank you to all that pitched in the preparations, Deb, Gabby, Ally, Shane & Craig (the From Clarendon we took a detour through Blewitt two boys did the cooking) and a special thanks to Springs before returning to the main Kangarilla my better half Mandy for agreeing to host the event Road. Then left up Wickhams Hill Road and headed and all the hard work she put into it. south along the very pleasant and picturesque Range Road all the way through to Willunga. 3 Triumph Riders Club Inc Newsletter January 2011 From Willunga we had a long straight section to Aldinga. We then turned north along the coast to arrive at Brian and Mandy’s place in Port Noarlunga for lunch. As we arrived a few neighbours looked on with interest (concern?) but nobody called the police. The BBQ was excellent and reflected the hard work put in by the organisers. For those who still wished to be riding, there was a film showing previous rides, taken by ••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Craig’s helmet cam, to watch. Cheers, Andy TRIUMPH Famous faces riding Triumphs Dan Anderson’s Triumph Bonneville concept Dan Anderson is an Australian industrial designer who, in his own words, is “nuts about bikes”. His latest concept is a stripped-down, bobber- influenced Bonneville derivative. The frame is untouched but the rear end is reworked to great effect, with a bobbed fender and truncated seat pan. At the front, dropped bars and chunkier tyres lower the visual centre of gravity. The exhaust system is similar to that of the 2010 production Bonneville T100, but running both pipes on the same side gives the machine a much sportier look. It’s surprising how relatively small changes can have such a big impact, and it’d be fairly easy for mechanically-minded Bonnie riders to recreate this look for their own bikes. Angelina Jolie Any Triumph owners out there feeling inspired? 4 Triumph Riders Club Inc Newsletter January 2011 slightly on the pegs you'll find the steering TECH TIPS becomes a lot lighter and the bike will be more CORNERING responsive. Poor cornering is responsible for most bike Target fixation accidents which do not involve other vehicles. Enter a corner too fast, grab the brakes mid corner While driving (any kind of vehicle) and turn your when you realize you can't make it and you're well head, you tend to steer in the direction you are on your way to a visit to the ditch and possibly the looking. local Emergency Room. Target fixation is simply a way to take advantage of A corner should be taken in a fluid line, at a correct that fact. All you do is look in the direction you speed (not too fast!!), in the proper gear, and with want to go (preferable AWAY from danger)! As a the throttle slightly on. Accelerate gradually reaction you will steer yourself in the direction of through the turn and use counter-steering to your gaze. initiate the lean into the corner. Maintain pressure until the desired lean angle is established. Adjust ‘Ride safely – all riders should ride well within the the pressure to allow the front end to stabilize at limits of their abilities, never beyond them’ an appropriate lean angle to follow the line through the turn. NOTES FROM MEMBERS Your acceleration should begin only when you can Kev & TJ’s World Super Bike Trip see the exit to the turn, before you can see the exit, maintain your entry speed. If anyone was thinking of heading to the World Super Bikes, Phillip Island and wanted to tag along Again, this is something to practice, start at slower on our ride then you are more than welcome to do speeds until you feel more confident. so. We are doing an 8 day trip with 6 of our friends, taking 3 days to get to there, 3 days on the If you are not sure how fast to enter a turn, look for Island and 2 days to ride home. road signs, they often have some sort of warning about the severity of a turn. The behaviour of Brief itinerary below – vehicles in front of you is also a good indication, if Day 1 Feb 22 – Heading across to Swan Hill for our they are braking hard as they enter the corner, it first overnighter. may be more severe than you think. Day 2 Feb 23 – Heading for Omeo and the Great Alpine Road, overnighter at Omeo. Key Cornering Tips Day 3 Feb 24 – More of the Great Alpine Road and then hug the Coastline around to Phillip Island. Keep the power on slightly as you round the turn, to counter the effect of the turn and maintain your Day 4, 5, 6 – Phillip Island. bike's stability. Keep your head up and physically Day 7 Feb 28 – Heading for Halls Gap. look where you want to go, this will help you put Day 8 Feb 29 – Halls Gap to home. the bike where you want it to be and the position will feel more natural. If you stare at the edge of the The trip is as much about the ride as it is the road, that's where you'll end up. destination so if you are interested in doing all or even part of the ride with us then send an email to Avoid using the brakes when cornering. If you need the newsletter editor and we can fill you in with to slow down use engine braking, if that is not more detail. enough then apply brakes with caution, you do not email@example.com want to exceed the traction limit. PS And we’ll only be using the major Highways as Keep your arms loose and your weight off the bars, a last resort. as this will increase your control. If you press down ••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5 Triumph Riders Club Inc Newsletter January 2011 Below is the tasty Rice Salad recipe from Deb that February 20th we all enjoyed at the TRC Christmas BBQ – Murray Bridge, at showgrounds. $5 entry 6 am firstname.lastname@example.org 0428 132 889 John Wild Rice Salad with Pumpkin and Whimpress Cranberries March 6th Campbelltown, at oval, cnr Darley and Lower N E 400g pumpkin Road. email@example.com ph 0400 283 400 Geoff 1 tspn olive oil Wiltshire. 40g almonds 40g hazelnuts March 20th 75g dried cranberries Clare, at showgrounds $5 7.30 am Contact Graham 100g wild rice Goode firstname.lastname@example.org 8842 100g brown rice 3731, 8842 2417 ah 150g basmati rice 2 tbspn finely chopped chives March 27th 2 tbspn roughly chopped chervil Woodside, at oval. Sellers 6.30 am $10 Buyers 7 am 1 tbspn grated lemon zest $3 Doug Mansell 0428 526 362 1 tbspn grated orange zest April 10th FOR DRESSING Polonia Soccer Ground, South Rd Croydon Park. 7 60ml olive oil am Sellers Buyers 8 am till 12 noon. Ken Adams 2 tbspn lemon juice 0419 840 284 email@example.com Sea salt and pepper 1 tspn Dijion mustard April 17th 1 tbspn white wine or water Valley Rodders Tanunda Oval. Sellers 6.30am $10.00. Buyers 7.30am $3.00 ph 0432 653 796 Preheat oven 180o. Cut pumpkin into 2cm dice toss May 22th in olive oil and bake for 30 minutes, tossing Kapunda at the Trotting Track, Sellers 7am Buyers occasionally until tender. Roast the nuts for 2 8am. Rodney Whenan 8562 3155 minutes; break up ⅔ of the nuts with a knife or a firstname.lastname@example.org meat tenderiser. July 24th Pour boiling water over the dried cranberries and ALL MAKE at Greyhound Park, Days Road, Angle leave to stand for 5 minutes, and then rinse with Park. Sellers 7.15 am. Buyers 8.10 am to 12.10 cold water. Sites; $15.00 Buyer $5.00 Cook wild rice with brown rice in large pot uncovered for 40 to 45 minutes. Combine basmati August 21st rice with 300ml water cook for 12 to 15 minutes. Willunga, Sunday 7.00am-12noon at Willunga Sale Yards. ph: Graham, 0412 578 188 In a large bowl add the 3 rices, pumpkin, almonds, hazelnuts, cranberries, chives, chervil, lemon zest September 18th and orange zest, then add the dressing which is Gawler at showgrounds (Princes Park) sellers 6- whisked together in a bowl until smooth. Lastly 30am $10. Buyers $5 Bob Perry 8396 1007, 0418 add the salt and pepper then mix well until 821 944 combined. email@example.com www.perry.net.au/gawler.htm ••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Swap Meets October 2nd Balhannah Motorcycle only at the oval, 7.00 a.m., January 16th sites $12, entry $5 contact: Peter Yates after 6.00 Hahndorf, Hahndorf oval. Sellers 6am $10 Buyers pm ph: 8255 8856 8am $3 Ph 0429 959 009 Bill 6 Triumph Riders Club Inc Newsletter January 2011 Mood buttons you can't wear at work: COMEDY CLIPS A precious little girl walks into a pet shop and asks, “Excuthe me, do you have any widdle wabbits?” The shopkeeper’s heart melts, he gets down on his knees so that he’s on her level, and says, “Do you want a widdle white wabbit or a thoft, fuffy bwack wabbit, or one like that widdle bwown wabbit over there?” The little girl blushes, rocks on her heels, puts her hands on her knees, leans forward and whispers… “I don’t weally fink my pyfon gives a phuk.” ••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Paddy Paddy & his wife are searching the room of their teenage daughter. Kay… They find a packet of fags & Paddy cries, ‘Oh lord, our Kay’s a smoker!’ A few moments later, they find a bottle of vodka. Paddy cries, “Saints preserve us! Our little girls an alcoholic!’ Next, they find a packet of condoms… ‘God help us!’ cries Paddy. ‘And she’s got a penis!’ ••••••••••••••••••••••••••• ••••••••••••••••••••••••••• ••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 7 Triumph Riders Club Inc Newsletter January 2011 EDITOR’S CORNER Happy New Year to everyone! I think that I have already said it personally to quite a few of you at the TRC Christmas BBQ, we had a fantastic turnout - 35 bikes, and roughly 50 people. Many thanks to everyone that helped put things together and a big thank you to Brian and Mandy for the use of their home – and their son Dean, who let Kev & I borrow his bed for the night – not that much sleep was had due to the quartet of snorers throughout the house… Here are a few photos from the Christmas BBQ: We have a lot to look forward to in 2011 including our usual monthly rides and the All British Day at Uraidla on the 13th February and the RAT Rally in Albury on 8-10 April. If you have anything you wish to include in the next newsletter please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org before the end of the month. See you on the next ride, Theresa 8 Triumph Riders Club Inc Newsletter January 2011 RIDES & UPCOMING EVENTS 2011 Please check the website for updates at www.triumph-riders-club.org.au January 9 Sunday RAT Ride. Meet at 9am at Peter Stevens Motorcycles, Adelaide for a 9:30am departure. 14 Friday night Cruise. Meet from 6 pm at the Directors Hotel, 247 Gouger Street, Adelaide for a 7:30pm departure. Call the hotel on 8231-8484 and add your name to the TRC table. 19 Wednesday Night TRC Committee Meeting, all members invited – At the Directors Hotel, 247 Gouger Street upstairs at 7pm. Come early for a meal before the meeting. 23 Sunday TRC Monthly ride. Meet at 9:30am Café Next Door, Cnr Glynburn Road and Greenhill Road, Burnside for a 10am departure. First stop is Cafe at Meadows, not the bakery, for a coffee and cake deal for $5 so save a little room for this break. We continue onto the Wellington Hotel, via Milang for lunch on the banks of the Murray River. We then head off across the ferry to Tailem Bend, Murray Bridge for a quick stop at the Sturt Reserve to see the Bunyip and finish at Echunga. Ride map below. http://maps.google.com.au/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&om=1&hl=en&msa=0&msid=218414 899895056680071.0004990ab2ef58c441537&z=10 February 11 Friday night Cruise. Meet from 6 pm at the Directors Hotel, 247 Gouger Street, Adelaide for a 7:30pm departure. Call the hotel on 8231-8484 and add your name to the TRC table. 13 All British Rally Uraidla. Meet at 9 am at the Café Next Door. 19-20 Weekend Trip – more details to follow. 27 Sunday TRC Monthly ride. Meet at 9:30am Café Next Door, Cnr Glynburn Road and Greenhill Road, Burnside for a 10am departure. March 5-6 Saturday and Sunday RAT weekend away to Robe. Meet at Peter Stevens Motorcycles, Adelaide, at 12pm on Saturday March 5th for a 12:30pm departure and head to Robe via the Coorong. We will be heading to the Caledonian Inn in Robe – to book a room phone (08) 8768 2029. Please let Colin Gitsham know if you are attending so he can book the restaurant for dinner – email@example.com 11 Friday night Cruise. Meet from 6 pm at the Directors Hotel, 247 Gouger Street, Adelaide for a 7:30pm departure. Call the hotel on 8231-8484 and add your name to the TRC table. 27 Sunday TRC Monthly ride. Meet at 9:30am Café Next Door, Cnr Glynburn Road and Greenhill Road, Burnside for a 10am departure. April 8 Friday Night Meet, Greet & Eat from 7 pm at the Directors Hotel, 247 Gouger Street, Adelaide. Call the hotel on 8231-8484 and add your name to the TRC table. 6-13 Rat Rally, Albury – We will be meeting at the BP Service Station, 10 Princes Highway, Tailem Bend on Wednesday 6th April at 9:30 am for a 10 am departure to Swan Hill (434 km) with an overnight stop there. We will then be going to Albury (390 km) for 9 Triumph Riders Club Inc Newsletter January 2011 the Rally arriving on the Thursday afternoon. We plan to leave to come back to Adelaide on Monday 11th April to arrive home on Wednesday 13th April. The route home is yet to be finalized. Accommodation details for Albury are on page 12. 8-10 All British Rally, Newstead (Information flyer on page 11). 24 Sunday TRC Monthly ride. Meet at 9:30am Café Next Door, Cnr Glynburn Road and Greenhill Road, Burnside for a 10am departure. May 7-8 Weekend Trip – more details to follow. 13 Friday Night Meet, Greet & Eat from 7 pm at the Directors Hotel, 247 Gouger Street, Adelaide. Call the hotel on 8231-8484 and add your name to the TRC table. 15 Sunday RAT Ride. Meet at 9am at Peter Stevens Motorcycles, Adelaide for a 9:30am departure. 22 Sunday TRC Monthly ride. Meet at 9:30am Café Next Door, Cnr Glynburn Road and Greenhill Road, Burnside for a 10am departure. June 10 Friday Night Meet, Greet & Eat from 7 pm at the Directors Hotel, 247 Gouger Street, Adelaide. Call the hotel on 8231-8484 and add your name to the TRC table. 11-13 Long Weekend Trip – more details to follow. 26 Sunday TRC Monthly ride. Meet at 9:30am Café Next Door, Cnr Glynburn Road and Greenhill Road, Burnside for a 10am departure. July 8 Friday Night Meet, Greet & Eat from 7 pm at the Directors Hotel, 247 Gouger Street, Adelaide. Call the hotel on 8231-8484 and add your name to the TRC table. 10 Sunday RAT Ride. Meet at 9am at Peter Stevens Motorcycles, Adelaide for a 9:30am departure. 24 Sunday TRC Monthly ride. Meet at 9:30am Café Next Door, Cnr Glynburn Road and Greenhill Road, Burnside for a 10am departure. August 12 Friday Night Meet, Greet & Eat from 7 pm at the Directors Hotel, 247 Gouger Street, Adelaide. Call the hotel on 8231-8484 and add your name to the TRC table. 20-21 Weekend Trip – more details to follow. 28 Sunday TRC Monthly ride. Meet at 9:30am Café Next Door, Cnr Glynburn Road and Greenhill Road, Burnside for a 10am departure. September 9 Friday Night Meet, Greet & Eat from 7 pm at the Directors Hotel, 247 Gouger Street, Adelaide. Call the hotel on 8231-8484 and add your name to the TRC table. 11 Sunday RAT Ride. Meet at 9am at Peter Stevens Motorcycles, Adelaide for a 9:30am departure. 25 Sunday TRC Monthly ride. Meet at 9:30am Café Next Door, Cnr Glynburn Road and Greenhill Road, Burnside for a 10am departure. 10 Triumph Riders Club Inc Newsletter January 2011 October 1-3 Long Weekend Trip – more details to follow. 14 Friday night Cruise. Meet from 6 pm at the Directors Hotel, 247 Gouger Street, Adelaide for a 7:30pm departure. Call the hotel on 8231-8484 and add your name to the TRC table. 23 Sunday TRC Monthly ride. Meet at 9:30am Café Next Door, Cnr Glynburn Road and Greenhill Road, Burnside for a 10am departure. November 6 Sunday RAT Ride. Meet at 9am at Peter Stevens Motorcycles, Adelaide for a 9:30am departure. 11 Friday night Cruise. Meet from 6 pm at the Directors Hotel, 247 Gouger Street, Adelaide for a 7:30pm departure. Call the hotel on 8231-8484 and add your name to the TRC table. 19-20 Weekend Trip – more details to follow. 27 Sunday TRC Monthly ride. Meet at 9:30am Café Next Door, Cnr Glynburn Road and Greenhill Road, Burnside for a 10am departure. December 9 Friday night Cruise. Meet from 6 pm at the Directors Hotel, 247 Gouger Street, Adelaide for a 7:30pm departure. Call the hotel on 8231-8484 and add your name to the TRC table. 11 Triumph Riders Club Inc Newsletter January 2011 12 Triumph Riders Club Inc Newsletter January 2011 13 Triumph Riders Club Inc Newsletter January 2011 14 Triumph Riders Club Inc Newsletter January 2011 CLUB DISCOUNTS 10% off the fun stuff and 22.5% off industrial and footwear all year with your TRC membership card. Go to http://www.raysoutdoors.com.au/ to check out their site. G C Motorcycles Offer $5 off all tyres to all TRC members. They have a place at 122 Main North Road, Prospect or 947 South Road, Melrose Park. They also do accessories and brake work. 12 Volt Powerhouse http://www.12voltpowerhouse.com.au Batteries for all types of vehicles offer at least 5% of prices for club members, so shop around and then see what Rob Wiseman can do at 12 Volt Powerhouse. S A Competition Conversion For any dyno and tuning work, general workshop jobs and suspension work. Discount for TRC members, so take a look at http://www.competitionconversions.com.au/ or give Kim a call on (08) 8234 5722, located at Mile End, Adelaide. Road & Race Motorcycles Unit 16 543 Churchill Rd, Kilburn ph 8349 6039 for all bike clothes, tyres and bike performance parts. Speak to Stuart or Jason. Paul Illingworth Specializes in servicing Triumphs. All models, including electronic engine management systems. Service parts at trade prices. Phone (08) 8298 9610, Unit 4/26 Barry Road, Oaklands Park SA. Race Bike Services Specializing in performance accessories and race preparation. Suspension setup and repairs with discounts for TRC members. They have purchased the electronic diagnostic unit for Triumph's, BMW's and Ducati's so can perform full service and tune up for our bikes. Unfortunately they are not able to remap bikes, just make adjustments to some of the parameters or troubleshoot faults. 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