Calling all Triumph owners…
Triumph owners are being asked to be a part of a world record attempt by Staffordshire Triumph on Sunday, September 4 in a bid to break the world record for the Largest Parade of Triumph Motorcycles.
Setting the record last year and following an attempt to break the 362-motorcycle milestone in Australia was unsuccessful earlier this year, co-organiser John Adkins commented: “We’re hoping to gather even more Triumph riders together and make history.”
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The rideout is raising funds for Jessica Simpkin HELP, a charity that campaigns for brain tumour research. There is a £5 entry fee that will be donated to the charity.
The record attempt will begin at 11am and riders will need to have pre-registered prior to the event and be signed on by 10.45am. The ride takes place over a two-mile route in Mansfield and should take around 20 minutes to complete. For information and sign up details you can visit the website by clicking here.