The Toronto Triumph Club is a dedicated community united by a common interest in the Triumph automobile marque. The club was formed in October 1982 with the principal goal to "Preserve and Drive the Triumph." Most models are represented and the club also publishes an award-winning full-colour quarterly magazine called "RAGTOP." Our well known "British Car Day®" is the largest one-day British car show in North America and is owned and organized by the TTC, along with volunteers from several other British car clubs across Ontario and beyond. In 2018 British Car Day is celebrating its 35th anniversary.
The club is one of the largest British car clubs in Canada. Our strength lies within our membership which is open to anyone interested in the Triumph marque and currently numbers about 300. You don't need to own a Triumph to join; in fact we encourage people to join before they buy a vehicle, to seek advice from our experts, which could save time and money. If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact our Membership Director using the link in the right hand column.
This website is open to everyone interested in Triumphs and is maintained by the cooperative efforts of our Web Manager and several TTC members. There's also a "member's only" area containing a wealth of technical and historical information and downloadable back issues of RAGTOP, which becomes accessible if you join. Our free Classified advertising pages are used by Triumph enthusiasts around the world to buy and sell Triumph cars and parts.
The Toronto Triumph Club Forums are open to members and non-members (please register separately - it's free) and provides an interactive meeting place for the exchange of technical and other Triumph related topics.
Tuesday 27th March - Club night at Royal Canadian Legion, Streetsville. The Bruce McLaren Story.
Sunday 22nd April - British Flea Market and Car Show in Ancaster.